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January 24, 2013

Thank you for everything

Dear fellow TASH Members,

I want to take a brief moment to announce my departure from TASH and to share how grateful I am for the wonderful people and experiences I’ve encountered during my time here. When I first started working here, it quickly become evident that TASH is one gutsy organization – an organization that, in the face of limited resources and attitudinal barriers, continued to challenge ableist leaders, policies, organizations, and media and worked endlessly to re-define what it means for all people with disabilities to be included in all aspects of life with real choices and real opportunities. My work has been filled to the brim with lifelong lessons that I’ll carry with me in all I do.

I’m very proud of TASH, its staff, and all its members for the incredible work it has done and will continue to do. Thank you for everything.

In solidarity,


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6 Responses to “Thank you for everything”

  1. Cheryl Brown says:

    Good luck on your new (ad)venture. You will be missed.

  2. Gail Fanjoy says:

    You will be sorely missed, Haley! Wishing you all the best!

  3. Barb McKenzie says:

    I’ve enjoyed working with you these past few years. Please keep in touch.

  4. Mary Morningstar says:

    Haley, you are so awesome and your new job sounds like a dream come true. We will miss you so very much around TASH, but know that you are moving on to exciting new opportunities.

  5. Haley,
    We will miss you, thanks for all you have done and will do in the future. Good luck and welcome to the West Coast! Keep in touch.

  6. Mike Callahan says:

    Haley, this caught me by sad surprise. I echo all the comments that have been made and please know that I have personally appreciated your assistance many times over. Best of luck in your job.

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