- HDI 50th Anniversary Spotlight on Beth Harrison May 18, 2019
- Anderson County High School students awarded trips to HDI Summer Leadership Camp May 8, 2019
- HDI 50th Anniversary Spotlight on Laura Lamminen May 3, 2019
- HDI 50th Anniversary Spotlight on Tony Lobianco April 25, 2019
- Elizabeth Biggs receives the Maurice A. Clay Award as outstanding graduate senior in the College of Social Work. April 18, 2019
HDI was my work family for 28 years. It means a lot to me. I am proud to tell people that I work/worked with HDI. HDI means innovation; cutting edge; an umbrella of excellence for all aspects of disability; a “think outside the box” group of people working for the greater common good. —Beth Harrison, Retired Principal Investigator for SHEP and other transition projects
How did you come to know HDI?
I was lucky to get a proposal funded that the Kentucky Department of Education wanted to partner with HDI on.
How long were you with HDI and what was your role?
A long time! From 1990 through 2019, I’ve held various roles at HDI with the main focus being on transition of youth from school to community.
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