Ann Olliff Joins Virginia Relay Advisory Council

  • Oct 15, 2013
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  • publicrelationsdept

At its annual meeting in Richmond on October 12, the Virginia Relay Advisory Council (VRAC) elected Ann Olliff as its newest representative from the Virginia Association of the DeafBlind. As a member of VRAC, Ann will represent the needs and concerns of Virginia Relay users who are Deaf-Blind. Ann recently had the opportunity to visit the Helen Keller National Center, a national rehabilitation program serving youth and adults who are Deaf-Blind. While there, Ann says she had the opportunity to learn a lot and gain back her sense of identity and self empowerment. A native of Richmond, Ann enjoys the company of her guide dog, Kelly. Please join us in welcoming Ann to VRAC!

The Virginia Relay Advisory Council (VRAC) represents the needs and concerns of Virginia Relay users. To learn more, please visit www.varelay.org/advisorycouncil.