Donna Mundy

Ms. Mundy is currently  consulting  with the Institute for Educational Leadership and The Able Trust  on  transition programs for youth with disabilities (High School/High Tech and RAMP) . She  also is working with the  international humanitarian aid organization HART-US/HART-UK to assist in promoting aid and advocacy for underserved populations with an emphasis on youth with disabilities and girls/women. She has over twenty-five years of experience in providing program development, training, and technical assistance to non-profit organizations (Goodwill Industries, Centers for Independent Living, etc.) including local, state, and national Workforce Development Boards (to include WIA youth and adults). Ms. Mundy has provided technical assistance to The Able Trust/Florida Governor's Committee for the Employment of Citizens with Disabilities, South Carolina Vocational Rehabilitation Department, the Wisconsin Governor's Committee for People with Disabilities, the Institute for Educational Leadership in Washington, DC, the Georgia Committee for the Employment of People with Disabilities, HART-US, and other programs nationally.

Ms. Mundy has been instrumental in the development of the nationally recognized statewide Florida High School/High Tech (HS/HT) model for high school students (over 1800 students currently enrolled) with disabilities focusing on education/training in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) related careers and has been the recipient of numerous local, state, and national awards/recognition: to include the Florida Department of Education State Transition Champion Award, the 2008 National Donn Brolin Award for State Leadership and Service from the Division of Career and Technical Education.