NW Works CEO Debera Taylor discusses the organization’s Strategic Plan for the next three years.
Read Chief Executive Officer Debera Taylor’s update on upcoming changes to NW Works donation procedures. Learn about the NWW Foundation and how it supports the mission of NW Works.
In this CEO Update, Debera Taylor address the Home and Community Based Services Settings Regulations, often known as the “Final Rule” and what Virginia’s Statewide transition plan means for NW Works.
If you have been following the news in the Commonwealth, you know that the General Assembly closed its session in March without coming to terms on the budget. Without approving the 2-year spending budget for Virginia, the future of funding sources remain uncertain for our agency and others like NW Works. Unlike other nonprofits inContinue reading “CEO Update: Virginia’s Budget”
NW Works CEO Debera Taylor addresses what has changed and what remains the same with NW Works’ COVID-19 policies as we near the third year of the pandemic.
NW Works CEO Debera Taylor pledges to end subminimum wage-work for people with disabilities at the Winchester facility in 2022.
This December, CEO Debera Taylor asks our readers join us in leveling the playing field for adults with disabilities.
While Thanksgiving is still a few weeks away, this whole season is a time for gratitude. CEO Debera Taylor shares why she is grateful this month.
NW Works CEO Debera Taylor and Marketing and Public Relations Coordinator Ellie Tahmaseb encourage the reader to support employees with disabilities this October.
The proposed Transformation to Competitive Integrated Employment Act has been raising questions in our industry about the end of subminimum wage and what it means for people with disabilities. NW Works CEO Debera Taylor shares her thoughts regarding the bill and what it means for our clients and their loved ones.