My Possibilities, a nonprofit in Plano, serves adults with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities. [Photo: My Possibilities, credit Hunter Folsom Lacey]
Shelley Crowder is the newly appointed chief program officer at My Possibilities, a Plano-based nonprofit organization dedicated to elevating how the community serves adults with Intellectual and/or developmental disabilities.
My Possibilities said that Crowder brings a wealth of experience and career-long passion for supporting the disabilities community to this new role.
“I am dedicated to creating and supporting spaces that promote independence, access and choice for those with disabilities, both in the community and in the workplace,” Crowder said in a statement.
With a background in special education, including serving as director of transition services in Plano ISD, Crowder has more than 20 years of experience and brings a proven record of accomplishment in developing and implementing programs that have positively impacted IDD behavioral instruction practices, My Possibilities said.
Delivering impactful services
Shelley Crowder is the new Chief Program Officer at My Possibilities [Photo: My Possibilities]
In her new role, Crowder is responsible for overseeing all adult continuing education programs for the nonprofit’s Hugely Important People (HIPsters), ensuring that programs are aligned with the organization’s mission and goals, and that it is delivering the highest quality services possible.
While working closely with the program teams to implement new initiatives, Crowder will evaluate and refine existing programs to ensure maximum impact, My Possibilities said.
“I am honored to be joining My Possibilities, an organization making such a significant impact on adults with IDD,” Crowder said. “I look forward to working with the team to continue to expand programs that have a real and meaningful impact on the communities we serve.”
My Possibilities is a for-cause 501(c)(3) organization that serves as a pioneering leader in vocational education for adults with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities throughout North Texas.
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