Shannon Webb has over 25 years of experience working in the field of integrated employment, youth transition and Home and Community Based Services for people with disabilities.Â Since 2005, she has been fostering innovation and systems change as Subject Matter Expert for state and federal initiatives to improve long-term care services and increase integrated employment and community inclusion for youth and adults with disabilities. Over the years, she has collaborated extensively with self-advocates, family members, service providers, schools and funders.Â Shannon is a creative problem solver.
Shannonâ€™s consulting experience in Wisconsin includes:
- Six years with the WI Department of Health Services’ Medicaid Infrastructure Grant
- Five years with the Letâ€™s Get to Work project, a federal Partnerships in Employment grant from the Administration on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
- Five years with Wisconsin PROMISE, a federal grant from Department of Education, Social Security Administration, Department of Health and Human Services, and Department of Labor
- More than 10 years with the WI Board for People with Developmental Disabilitiesâ€™ Employment First, Building Full Lives and Partners with Business initiatives and the federal Living Well grant from the Administration on Community Living.
Shannon has gained extensive experience fostering collaboration, building coalitions, coordinating community conversations, and training and presenting to stakeholders at all levels across Wisconsin. Shannon has received the Wisconsin Rehabilitation Association’s Rehabilitation Leadership Award (2011) and the WI Self Determination Conference’s Diehard Advocate Award (2019). Shannon is a diplomatic, skilled facilitator that is known for her follow-through and results-oriented work.
Email Shannon at firstname.lastname@example.org