The Advisory Board provides advice and support for development, fundraising, and public relations in relation to the Autism Center. The Board also promotes awareness of the Autism Center, its mission, and its role in the community.
The Autism Center Advisory Board members represent medical, educational, business, professional, and family involvement in the autism spectrum. They have a demonstrated personal interest is ASD and are willing to make meaningful contributions to the work of the Center. The Advisory Board meets twice a year, once in the fall and once in the spring.
Bylaws for the Autism Center Advisory Board are here.
2017-2018 Advisory Board