Report To The President 1996: Building Leadership for the 21st Century

Aug 1, 1997 | Reports

The outcomes articulated in this Report to the President reaffirms the mission of PCMR and strengthens the resolve for continued advocacy and leadership into the next millennium. Continuing with the Committee’s theme of diversity and collaboration, over 250 young leaders from across the nation were represented at this first ever event. Through active interchange they shared perspectives from their roles as direct support workers, self-advocates, family members, professionals, service providers and researchers. PCMR would like to extend the Committee’s appreciation to this next generation of leaders.

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