Jill McCormick

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Ms. McCormick has been the Program Director with the Washington State F2FHIC at PAVE for the past seven years: Program Director for the WA State CoIIN (CMC), WA State Title V subrecipient Director.  In this capacity she has worked with Family Voices National as an alternate board member, presented at statewide and national conferences, and is on multiple Title V and DOH steering committees and statewide workgroups. She is a part of the Western Regional Genetics Network Family Leadership group on family support tool development. Provides the children with medical complexity (CMC) family and youth perspective to the statewide council on Disability and Emergency Preparedness and is the Administrative Coordinator for the Washington Statewide Leadership Initiative a family/community organization coalition. Other areas of work include Program Director at a long-term residential shelter for highly vulnerable and at-risk women and their children in Virginia for 2 years, Program Coordinator with Self Advocates of Washington/People First of Washington for county-based contracts, and Assistant Director at Northwest Senior Center. Ms. McCormick has Bachelor of Science degree in Therapeutic Recreation from University of Oregon and master’s credits in Disability Studies/Special Education from Grand Canyon University.

She has three young adult children who have led her in the development of her career path through their own journeys with Autism, Behavioral Health, Cardiac and Transplant health issues. They have kept her grounded in the voices of parents, families, and as they have grown young adults in the importance of patient centered care and equity in access for all individuals and their families.  

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