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|Keith has been a tv journalist for ten years, working in five states. He's covered many stories about people with disabilities and made some great friends in the process. Keith is thrilled to take part in a project that offers useful information and a place for people to connect online. |
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|Caroline Mack, Miss Black USA 1997 and 1998 is founder and chairperson of the Legacy of Love Walk-A-Thon, which benefits physically and mentally disabled citizens in South Carolina. As Miss Black USA, one of her national platforms was disability awareness. Caroline has served as an advocate for physically and mentally disabled citizens for the past several years, and works with several organizations as a spokesperson, including the American Cancer Society, and the Lee County Disabilities Foundation. |
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|Jim Beasley is an award-winning veteran journalist and Public/Media Relations professional. His reporting/writing skills, combined with his keen interest in the Internet and other emerging technologies, provide thoughtful insight to the issues that are important to the readers of EnabledOnline. |
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|Ms. Easler currently serves as Exec. Dir. United Cerebral Palsy of South Carolina and as a consultant to business and industry on matters related to people with disabilities. She is a consumer representative to numerous boards and commissions including the South Carolina advisory board for the Southeast DBTAC and Pro-Parents, the South Carolina Parent Training Initiative. |
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