IPAC Welcomes New Board Members
Integrating Professionals for Appalachian Children would like to extend a warm welcome to David Couch, Kelly Taulbee and Teresa Varian who have recently accepted positions to serve as directors on the IPAC Board.
- David Couch has worked in the field of developmental disabilities since 1993, starting with direct services and becoming Morgan County Superintendent in 1998. After moving to Perry County in 2007, David currently serves as Superintendent of Hocking and Perry County Boards of DD.
- Kelly Taulbee, MSN, RN lives in Logan and is Director of Nursing at the Hocking County Health Department. Kelly has worked as an RN for 18 years and was a pediatric nurse before joining the field of public heath and has been at the Hocking County Health Department for 14 years.
- Teresa Varian was born and raised in Meigs County and started working with Help Me Grow in 1996. Teresa holds a Bachelor of Science Business Administration degree with an emphasis on program management and has been with the Gallia-Meigs Community Action Agency for 10 years and is the current Development Director of the Gallia-Meigs Community Action Agency.
All three new members bring a wealth of experience and skill that will continue to enhance the mission of IPAC as it continues to serve Appalachian children and families in our region.
Posted on Wed, January 9, 2013
by Ginger Schmalenberg