Cape Organization for Rights of the Disabled

(CORD)

CORD







The Cape Organization for Rights of the Disabled (CORD) has been aggressively working since 1984 to advance the independence, productivity, and integration of people with disabilities, including deaf and hard of hearing people, into mainstream society.

Winter weather policy: Please note that if the Barnstable School District is closed due to weather conditions, CORD will also be closed. If the school opening is delayed, CORD will still open at 9:00 a.m.


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CORD NAMES CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

Hyannis, MA, January 6, 2017– The Cape Organization for Rights of the Disabled (CORD)has announced that its Board of Directors has appointed Coreen Brinckerhoff as Chief Executive Officer effective immediately. Brinckerhoff has served as Executive Director of the organization since 2008.

“This appointment is long overdue,” said Mike Magnant, CORD’s Chief Operating Officer. “Coreen’s leadership over the past 9 years has made CORD a leader in its field. Today’s challenges for nonprofits are exponential. Coreen is unique in her ability to translate vision and strategy into world-class execution by bringing together people and programs that drive exceptional results. There’s no question in my mind that Coreen will continue to move CORD forward by taking advantage of the numerous opportunities in front of us. She is a champion of the CORD culture and has an incredible ability to inspire, energize and connect with employees, partners, consumers, as well as state and national leaders in the field of services to people with disabilities.”

“I joined CORD 22 years ago because I wanted to be part of an organization that was committed to serving people with disabilities – people who are so often marginalized and neglected by society. I wanted to be part of an organization that was actively doing something to change all that. People with disabilities live in a world that is fraught with barriers that are often inadvertent and exist out of ignorance, fear, or concern. CORD’s commitment to removing those barriers through training, technical assistance, collaboration, and the development of inclusive practices hasn’t changed over time. Today, CORD is one of the most effective organizations of its kind; fiercely committed to delivering programs and services to people with disabilities. The opportunities that lie ahead for CORD are enormous, and the ability to lead this organization into its next chapter of achievement is deeply humbling and incredibly exhilarating.”

Founded in 1984, CORD is one of 11 Centers for Independent Living in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Our innovative programs and services have made CORD a leader in its field. We provide outstanding services to our members that provide a meaningful difference in their lives. We don’t just dream it, we do it every day. We constantly innovate to shape and mold a better and brighter future for people with disabilities.



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The Cape Organization for Rights of the Disabled (CORD) has been aggressively working since 1984 to advance the independence, productivity, and integration of people with disabilities, including deaf and hard of hearing people, into mainstream society.

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CORD’s Advocate of the Day will be available to meet with people needing assistance who don’t have an appointment weekdays with the exception of Monday mornings.

Please note that this schedule is subject to change. If the Advocate of the Day is not available you can leave a detailed message and an advocate will contact you.


                                    

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Cape Organization for Rights of the Disabled (CORD)
106 Bassett Lane, Hyannis, MA 02601
V/TTY 508.775.8300 / 1.800.541.0282
Fax: 508.775.7022
E-mail: cordinfo@cilcapecod.org

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