In 2007, the Leadership Team was created for both development of leadership for the organization and to give members the experience of working on the ACO board without making a full two year commitment—a sort of a junior board position. ACO members who have shown interest and initiative are identified and invited by the Board of Directors to participate. Terms run from January through June and from July through December—just 6-months. Team members attend board meetings and participate in discussions. They pitch in when they see something that needs doing and that is a good fit for their interests, skills, and availability. Some Leadership Team members have gone on to take full board positions. Some take initiative for a task that they make their own and continue to take responsibility for. Some work on committees, or are just available for the occasional task when their particular expertise is a good fit. Most of our current board members started out on the Leadership Team. They’ve said things like, “This is the best run organization I’ve ever participated in,” and “I learned so much about how to get things done in a group!”

Here’s what you get as a member of the Leadership Team:

  • a chance to be part of the weekly decision making for your professional membership organization
  • a chance to develop skills that can benefit you now and in the future
  • national and international level opportunities that can benefit your career
  • a ready-made team to inspire you if you’re feeling isolated in your professional life
  • the satisfaction of doing something worthwhile with like minded people
  • and, it’s just plain fun!

Current Leadership Team—Serving for the second half of 2013

Robin Nordmeyer Robin Nordmeyer Robin brings her energy, passion, and enthusiasm to her work helping families, children and individuals of all ages with ADD achieve their dreams and live their lives to the fullest.

Read more about Robin Nordmeyer here
Christopher MulhareChristopher Mulhare People who have ADHD are smart & creative. They tend to have certain times where they are really productive. While at other times they seem to putter and get stuck. They are NOT broken, as so many tend to feel. They have been trying to conform into a non ADHD world, where the rules are counter to their gifts and talents.

Read more about Christopher Mulhare here
Tracey Bromley GoodwinTracey Bromley Goodwin Tracey Bromley Goodwin, M.Ed, ADHD Coach has been working with children, teens, parents and teachers for over twenty years. She has been in private practice coaching children and teens diagnosed with ADHD and their families for the last twelve years. She co-owns Navigating ADHD, Inc. on Cape Cod. Navigating ADHD, Inc. is a learning and support center that offers ADHD Coaching, Art Therapy and Mental Health Counseling, Parent Support and Professional Development Training. Tracey is the proud recipient of the Mom’s Choice Award for Navigating ADHD: Your Guide to the Flip Side of ADHD; a book written for parents and teachers. Tracey has appeared on Fox News, NBC’s Morning Edition and other local programming.

Read more about Tracey Bromley Goodwin here

Previous Leadership Team Members

  • 2013, Fall:  Jonathan Salem, Mary Smith, Dema Stout
  • 2013, Spring: Virginia Hurley, Miriam Reiss, Abigail Wurf
  • 2012, Fall: None
  • 2012, Spring: Terry Dickson
  • 2011, Fall: None
  • 2011, Spring: Kricket Harrison and Laura Rolands
  • 2010, Fall:  Susan MacIntosh, Paula Altschul, Chuck Blocher, Kricket Harrison
  • 2010, Spring: Harriet Steinberg, Paula Altschul, Susan Macintosh
  • 2009, Fall: Rudy Rodriguez, Kay Axtell, Laurie Moore Skillings, Maureen Nolan, Harriet Steinberg
  • 2009, Spring: Joyce Kubik, Nan Daley, Linda Roggli, Rudy Rodriguez
  • 2008, Fall: Tara McGillicuddy, Viv Monahan, Pat Wood, Katherine Jahnke, Robb Garrett
  • 2008, Spring: Lyn Purpura, Maureen Nolan
  • 2007, Inaugural Leadership Team: Gayla Wilson, Diane Ladd