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[Pictured above from l to r: Tad Asbury, VP and executive director, Marriott Foundation for People with Disabilities; 2015 Stephen Garff Marriott National Youth Achievement Award winner Maurice Dupree; Richard E. Marriott, chairman, Marriott Foundation for People with Disabilities; and Mark Donovan, vice chairman, Marriott Foundation for People with Disabilities.]
"Maurice Dupree's transformation from a shy student with a disability to an outgoing, confident, valued employee is exactly what Bridges from School to Work aims to achieve for each of its participants," said Tad Asbury, vice president and executive director, Marriott Foundation for People with Disabilities.
Tad AsburyVice President & Executive DirectorTad Asbury joined the Foundation in 2003.In this role, Mr. Asbury oversees and directs all aspects of Foundation operations to ensure: adherence to the Foundation's mission and underlying principles; achievement of established goals and objectives based upon a strategic plan; and long term organizational stability and growth.Before joining the Marriott Foundation, Mr. Asbury held various management positions over 10 years of service with the MCI Foundation, and MCI Communications Inc.Mr. Asbury has extensive work experience in corporate communications and was instrumental in the creation and implementation of the MCI Foundation's signature program, MarcoPolo: Internet Content for the Classroom.Mr. Asbury has a B.A. from Albion College and an M.A. from Georgetown University.
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Tad Asbury, Marriott Foundation for People with Disabilities
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These discussions will be led by the most respected thought-leaders in their fields including Tad Asbury, Director, MCI WorldCom MarcoPolo Initiative; Wendy LaDuke, CEO and Co-publisher, T.H.E. Institute; Peter Joyce, Workforce Development Manager, Cisco; and Kelly Carnes, Assistant Secretary for Technology Policy, U.S. Department of Commerce.