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Consultants and Project Directors

Orlow E. Ball, Ph.D
Richmond County Board of Education
Augusta, Georgia

Ann Bates. Ed.D.
National-Louis University
Evanston, Illinois

Tom Cornell, Ph.D.
Webster University

Bonnie Cramond, Ph.D.

Torrance Center for Creative Studies
University of Georgia

Kathy Goff, Ed.D.
McGoff Creative Enterprises
Stillwater, Oklahoma

Lacy G. Hall, Ph.D.
Center for Career and Life Advancement
Burlington, North Carolina

Joe Khatena, Ph.D.
Mississippi State University

Garnet W. Millar, Ph.D.
Education Response Centre
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

David T. Morse, Ph.D.
Mississippi State University

Jan Perney, Ed.D.
National-Louis University
Evanston, Illinois

Fredricka K. Reisman, Ph.D.
Drexel University

H. Tammy Safter, Ph.D.
University of Georgia

Joan Franklin Smutny, M.A.
Northern Illinois University

William Taggart, Ph.D.
Florida International University

Barbara Taggart-Hausladen
TP International
Orlando, Florida

Rhonda Wiczer Washer, M.S.
Peoria, Illinois

G. Gordon Williamson, Ph.D.
Pediatric Rehabilitation Department
John F. Kennedy Medical Center
Edison, New Jersey

R. Reid Zehrbach, Ph.D.
University of Northern Iowa


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