Vicky Davidson

Vicky Davidson has forty years of experience working with people with disabilities. Over 30 years of her career, she was with the Missouri Developmental Disabilities Council, working toward statewide systems change and policy development that impacts individuals with developmental disabilities, their families, serving as a strong advocate for people with disabilities. Following Hurricane Katrina, Vicky became active in the emergency management arena with a focus working with individuals with disabilities, their families and providers of services. She managed Missouri’s state Health Department’s Emergency Response Center for several years where she gained experience responding to the H1N1 pandemic, ice storms with massive power outages, flooding, tornadoes and other public health emergencies. Vicky’s passion is providing people with disabilities the tools they need for preparedness and recovery from disasters. She served as Chair of Missouri’s Access and Functional Needs Committee for seven years and is a voting member of the National Advisory Council for Individuals with Disabilities in Disasters (NACIDD). Vicky also served as the Chair on the Board of Directors for MO Protection and Advocacy Services. She is a parent and family member of individuals with disabilities who enjoys spending time with her daughter, hiking, traveling and nature photography.

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