WILMINGTON — On behalf of Ohio Coalition for the Education of Children with Disabilities (OCALI), Amy Luttrell has been selected a recipient of the 2019 Margaret Burley Family Impact Award.
Named in honor of Margaret Burley, former director of the OCALI, the annual award recognizes a professional or parent who has made a significant impact on the lives of families of those with disabilities.
Luttrell, a family consultant/transition specialist who lives in Clinton County, has been employed with Southern Ohio/Region 14 Hopewell Center since 1993. With more than 25 years experience with the organization, she has provided high-quality services to strengthen partnerships between school districts and families of children with disabilities, stated a media release.
Luttrell’s dedication and kind heart have had a positive impact on families and also school districts.
OCALI will conduct a ceremony on Thursday, Nov. 21 at the Greater Columbus Convention Center in Columbus. The award ceremony is being held in conjunction with OCALICON 2019, an autism and disabilities conference.
OCALI will present Mrs. Luttrell with the Margaret Burley Family Impact Award on the morning of Nov. 21 in front of more than 2,000 peers from Ohio and around the nation.