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Events of the Barbara Schneider Foundation
8:45 Keynote Speaker: Lt Michael Woody, 200D-G
Lt Michael Woody
, Retired, President, CIT International
will discuss how CIT
programs work in other parts of the country and how these programs have found the resources needed to grow
Lt Michael Woody, CIT International
Keynote Speaker,Lt Michael Woody, retired from the Akron Police Dept. in 2002 after 25 years of service.
His last 4 years he was the Director of Training for the Department.
He graduated from the University of Akron with a Bachelor of Arts in Education Degree and was a secondary education school teacher before becoming a police officer.
Mr. Woody sits on the Ohio Supreme Court's "Advisory Committee on Mentally Ill in the Courts".
He also chairs a subcommittee of that Court titled "Police Training".
has consulted with police, mental health, & advocacy organizations throughout the country.
has consulted with The Bureau of Justice Assistance, The Council of State Governments, National NAMI and the GAINS Center
Topic: Learn from programs that initiated in other parts of the country as well as Minnesota, how they grew, how they attracted funding and how they built their collaborationsPresenters: Lt Michael Woody, President of CIT International and Mark Anderson, ED, Barbara Schneider Foundation
Presenters: Randy Carroll, Lt
Presenters: Lt Michael Woody, CIT International; Dr. Amy Kerr MA, University of Illinois Chicago; Mark Anderson, Executive Director, Barbara Schneider Foundation