State Rehabilitation Council Membership NC State Rehabilitation Council (SRC) members are appointed to three-year terms by one of three authorities: Governor, President Pro-Tempore of the Senate or the Speaker of the House of Representatives. Council members are selected to represent a diverse array of vocational rehabilitation (VR) service system stakeholders, including consumers, counselors, self-advocates with a cross-section of physical, cognitive, sensory and mental disabilities and advocates for people with disabilities who are unable to represent themselves due to their disability. Additionally, at least one member is selected to represent the following entities on the council: NC Statewide Independent Living Council NC Client Assistance Program NC community rehabilitation program (CRP) service providers State Workforce Development Agency Business, industry and labor State Education Agency Parent Training and Information Centers Section 121 Projects (American Indian Vocational Rehabilitation Services) Council Members City Represents Peter Murphy, Chair Salisbury Disability Advocates Michael Maybee Boone Labor Anne Monterosso Raleigh State Education Agency Clare "Ping" Miller, Vice-Chair Raleigh NC Chamber of Commerce John “Locke” Milholland IV Raleigh Disability Advocacy Groups Glacia Ethridge Greensboro Non-VR Rehabilitation Counselors Doreen Byrd Davidson Parent Training and Information Centers Vacant Raleigh Disability Advocacy Groups David Tedrow Durham DVRS Consumers Sharon Nellenbach Hickory Business and Industry Sector Celeste Hunt Maxton Director of Projects under Section 121 Kathie Trotter Raleigh Division Director, NCVR Ex-Officio Member Pending Raleigh Department of Commerce, Workforce Solutions Tracey Craven Graham Providers of Community Rehabilitation Programs Gloria Garton Wilmington Statewide Independent Living Council James Jones Fayetteville Regional Rehabilitation Centers for Physically Disabled Alicia Coleman Durham Business and Industry SRC Subcommittees The Executive Committee is responsible for compiling the council’s response to the Unified State Plan and triennial Comprehensive Needs Assessment, preparing the annual report, establishing meeting agendas and setting the general direction of the council and its committees. The Consumer Input and Public Outreach Committee reviews, analyzes and makes recommendations to the council regarding the effectiveness of VR delivered by the division and other public and private agencies in the state. The committee also gathers information using the consumer satisfaction survey, public forums and feedback from the NC Client Assistance Program. The Policy and Rules Review Committee makes recommendations related to division policy and procedures that impact the public, are subject to public rule-making hearings under NC’s Administrative Procedures Act and are required for WIOA compliance.