PIC is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors comprised of parents of children with disabilities, educators and community leaders who represent the broad range of families and professionals that PIC serves across the state. As stewards of the organization, the Governing Board guides PIC in the fulfillment of its mission and ensures that PIC has the necessary resources to deliver the services and support to parents statewide.
The PIC Governing Board meets regularly. In between meetings, board members engage in committee work around strategic planning, policy, and fund and board development. PIC board members, many of whom have benefited from PIC’s services are dedicated and loyal supporters of the organization. If you are interested in joining the PIC board, kindly contact Rebecca Rothweiler, acting board president at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ian A. Baker was born in Wilmington to Frances E Baker and Desmond E Baker. He attended the defunct Christ our King and received a full ride scholarship to Salesianum HS where he played football, basketball, and track. He then got a partial academic scholarship and partial athletic scholarship to play football at Hampton University in Hampton Virginia. After receiving his bachelor degree, he had the dilemma of a trade. So he entered the restaurant school @ Walnut Hill College. Receiving an Associates in Culinary Arts. Thru is matriculation he was offered a position to teach and has been doing so for 6 years. Chef Baker, as he is known to his students has cooked all over the world and the US. He is married to Tay Y. Baker and the parents to son Bryce and identical twin girls Somry and Sage. In his free time, Ian likes to cook, fix up the house, and travel. His dream job is to be a restaurateur.
Rebecca Orth Rothweiler has a professional background in Environmental Science and Outreach. She is a mother to a son and daughter. Rebecca has utilized PIC resources to better advocate for her daughter on the autism spectrum. She recently completed Partners in Policy Making and is looking forward to furthering her advocacy for children and families through PIC.
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