Decatur County, Indiana — Decatur County Democratic Speaker Chris Ramey was appointed to the Governor’s Council for People with Disabilities by Republican Eric Holcomb.
Ramey is a recruiter for PROMAN Staffing in Greensburg, which provides employment opportunities to people of all backgrounds.
Ramey has held a variety of roles supporting people with disabilities.
As a child, he helped care for his sister-in-law, Natasha Rowland.
Rowland passed away in 2019.
His mother was a social worker and caregiver throughout his professional career, and Lamy was a part of this life.
“My mother has a story that when I was a baby, I sat in a car seat while working the night shift at a group home she ran,” Raimy said.
To be appointed to the Board, all Board members must invest in advancing the political, social and civil rights of persons with disabilities through advocacy to advance individuals with disabilities. it won’t work.
As a child, Raimy helped take care of her sister-in-law, Natasha Rowland. Board members should invest in promoting the political, social and civil rights of persons with disabilities through advocacy to promote individual liberties.
Because the Council’s role is one of innovator and facilitator, Board members should be informed, kept up-to-date with disability policies and trends, aware of new opportunities,
The Council receives approximately $1,500,000 in federal funding each year to implement activities and projects in accordance with the Council’s Five-Year Plan for People with Disabilities.