Consider becoming a Board Member

    Board Members

    Serving NCRE as a Board or Executive Board member is a great honor and a chance to positively contribute to shaping the future of rehabilitation education and the rehabilitation counseling profession. Our profession is facing a number of crossroads with regard to such areas as licensure, accreditation, evidence-based practice, federal funding, professional identity, and organizational collaboration.

    Your work as an Executive Board Member, Regional Representative, International or Student Representative will give you a chance to influence decisions made in these areas. We strongly encourage you to apply.

Executive Board Members (November 5, 2013 - November 4, 2014)

President

Maureen McGuire-Kuletz, Ed.D, CRC

Associate Professor/Co-Director, CRCRE

The George Washington University
mkuletz@gwu.edu

1st Vice - President

J. Chad Duncan, Ph.D., CRC, CPO
Term: November 5, 2013 - November 2014
College of Health Sciences Rehabilitation Studies


Alabama State University
j.chadduncan.asu@gmail.com

2nd Vice – President

Noel Estrada-Hernández, Ph.D., CRC


Assistant Professor

Rehabilitation & Counselor Education


The University of Iowa

noel-estradahernandez@uiowa.edu

Past President

Jared C. Schultz, Ph.D., CRC, LVRC, HS-BCP


Associate Professor/Director, Rehabilitation Counseling Program


Department of Special Education & Rehabilitation


Utah State University
jared.schultz@usu.edu


Regional Representatives

Region I: 2011-2014 (Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island & Vermont)

Michael Accordino, D.Ed, CRC, LMHC
Associate Professor & Graduate Coordinator, Rehab & Disability Studies
Springfield College
maccordi@springfieldcollege.edu

Region II: 2012-2015 (New Jersey, New York, Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands)

John Keegan, Ph.D., CRC
Assistant Professor

Hunter College, CUNY
jkeega@hunter.cuny.edu

Region III: 2013-2016 (Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia & District of Columbia)

Carolyn E. Hawley, Ph.D., CRC
Assistant Professor, 
Dept. of Rehabilitation Counseling 

Virginia Commonwealth University
cehawley@vcu.edu

Region IV: 2011-2014 (Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina & Tennessee)

Brenda Cartwright, Ed.D, CRC, NCC, MHC

Professor, Rehabilitation Counseling Program

Winston Salem State University

cartwrightby@wssu.edu

Region V 2012-2015 (Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio & Wisconsin)

Eun-Jeong Lee, Ph.D., CRC
Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology 

Illinois Institute of Technology
elee20@iit.edu

Region VI: 2013-2016 (Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, & Texas)

Denise Catalano, Ph.D., CRC
Assistant Professor/Grad Coordinator, Social Work & Addictions

University of North Texas
Department of Rehabilitation
denise.catalano@unt.edu

Region VII: 2011-2014 (Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, & Nebraska)

John S. Wadsworth, Ph.D., CRC
Associate Professor
Rehabilitation & Counselor Education


The University of Iowa


john-s-wadsworth@uiowa.edu

Region VIII: 2012-2015
(Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah & Wyoming)

Jill Bezyak, Ph.D., CRC

Assistant Professor

University of Northern Colorado


jill.bezyak@unco.edu

Region IX: 2010-2013 (Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, Guam, Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands & American Samoa)

Aisha Shamburger Rousseau, Ph.D., CRC

Assistant Professor, Disability & Psychoeducational Studies 

The University of Arizona
aeshamburger@email.arizona.edu

Region X: 2011-2014
(Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washington)

Tina Anctil, Ph.D., LPC, CRC
Associate Professor, Co-Director Rehabilitation Counseling Program

Department of Counselor Education

Portland State University
anctil@pdx.edu


International Representative

Canada & Australia

Elias Mpofu, Ph.D., CRC
Faculty of Health Sciences
University of Sydney-Cumberland Campus
elias.mpofu@sydney.edu.au

 

Student Representative

    Student Representative: 2013-2015

    Trent Landon, M.S., CRC
    Doctoral Student

    Michigan State University
    landontr@msu.edu


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