Jeanne Dibbert - Eastern North Carolina Chapter
As a care management professional and dedicated Society volunteer leader, Jeanne Dibbert has focused the Eastern North Carolina Chapter’s Programs and Services on expanding long term care options and addressing quality of life issues. Her leadership has enabled the chapter to enhance its mission delivery, increase access to care management resources, and create innovative programs and services. She is a valuable, dedicated volunteer contributing professional expertise at both the chapter and national level.
Andrea Glenn - New York City – Southern New York Chapter
Diagnosed at age 57, Andrea immediately went to her chapter and offered to volunteer. It has become a large part of her life. She now wears many hats within the organization. From envelope stuffer to self-help group leader to fundraiser to lobbyist; she is there to help. Her mission: “I want the cause(s) of MS to be discovered so that eventually a cure can be found. It is this mission that propels me forward.”
Jack Engle - South Central Region
Jack was diagnosed with MS in 1996, and has been a volunteer for the National MS Society since 2002, when he volunteered for his first Family Discovery Camp. Since then he has taken on many key leadership roles including Woodworking Pro, MS Ambassador and self-help group leader. Additionally, Jack volunteers each week at the Houston office where he shares his smile, jokes and laughter.
Brett Maxwell - South Central Region
Brett Maxwell was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in April of 2002. For the past eight years, he has been volunteering with the National MS Society. He has been involved in a variety of volunteer projects that focus on data entry. Recently, he has played a key role in the Service Provider Project for the South Central Region by updating and adding new community resources for West Texas, Lone Star, Louisiana and Arkansas Altair databases. Brett is also a member the region’s Programs Committee.
Jean Rose - Inland Northwest Chapter
Jean has volunteered with the Inland Northwest Chapter since 1990, serving on the Chapter Program and Clinical Advisory Committees, acting as a bridge between the two groups. In 2001, Jean received the Norman Cohn Hope Award for her leadership role in public awareness, service delivery and resource development. Jean has co-developed the Care Book, an informational tool to help with the day to day care giving for individuals who have MS. Jean also served on a Society Task Force, which produced a Caregiver Guide.