• October 3, 2013 -

    Erin Carr-Jordan Will Lend Her Expertise to the Arizona Interagency Coordinating Council (ICC) for Infants and Toddlers

    Erin Carr-Jordan
    Dr. Erin Carr-Jordan

    Dr. Erin Carr-Jordan, Chair of Kaplan University’s Graduate Psychology Department, has been appointed to the Arizona Interagency Coordinating Council (ICC) for Infants and Toddlers.

    The organization assists in improving intervention programs for children with disabilities.

    In her role on the Council, Erin will be responsible for helping to ensure that intervention services are delivered in the best possible manner.

    “The position allows me to work with the Arizona Department of Education and Department of Economic Security in voting capacity to help coordinate regulatory efforts and interventions related to people with disabilities,” said Erin. “It’s a great opportunity and one that will directly impact what I do at Kaplan University.”

    Erin’s appointment, by Arizona Governor Jan Brewer, came just a few months after she was named a fellow of the Arizona Center for Civic Leadership’s Flinn-Brown Leadership Foundation. The Foundation is intended to expand the cadre of future state leaders by giving them the knowledge, skills, and commitment to address Arizona’s long-term issues.

    Through the Foundation, Erin met Linda Stiles, Director of Boards and Commissions for the State of Arizona. “I told her I wanted to serve where my academic and professional background would be the most useful and make the greatest impact,” Erin recalled. Her appointment to the ICC came shortly thereafter. 

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