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TCDD Regional Coordinator Honored with Interfaith Action Award

Morgan Bradley headshot with ACE Award Twitter

Morgan Bradley, TCDD regional coordinator, was recognized this month at the Texas A&M Accountability, Climate, and Equity (ACE) Awards ceremony. Bradley received the Interfaith Action Award for her exceptional work in interfaith community building and programming. The ACE Awards center the three overarching goals of the Diversity Plan: Accountability, Climate, and Equity, which are infused throughout the award categories and are considered criteria for nomination. The ACE Awards acknowledge and honor students, faculty and staff in honor of their demonstrated commitment to the Texas A&M core value of respect by promoting respectful treatment of others, affirming and encouraging individuals to take pride in their social and cultural identities. Bradley was nominated for the Interfaith Action Award by TCDD Council member and network partner, Megan Orsag, at the Texas A&M Center on Disability and Development.

Bradley is a community outreach program manager and regional coordinator for the Texas Council for Developmental Disabilities (TCDD) in partnership with Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service (AgriLife). In her role, she connects with people with disabilities and their families, collaborates with disability organizations, hosts community events, and conducts educational sessions on disability-related topics. Bradley is one of five TCDD regional coordinators working across the state of Texas. As a regional coordinator, Bradley is the go-to person for disability-related issues in her East Texas region. She helps TCDD and AgriLife better understand the specific needs of all Texans and better support individuals and Texans at the local level. Bradley holds a Master of Public Health in health promotion and community health sciences from Texas A&M University and is a doctoral candidate in public health. 

Bradley also aids the Texas Faith and Disability Network (TxFDN). In 2021, she co-founded the Central Texas Faith and Disability Network. TxFDN is a multi-faith statewide network of individuals who help congregations, organizations, and individuals strengthen the inclusion and contributions of people with disabilities and their families in faith communities of their choice. The development of TxFDN started through dedicated volunteers with expertise and experience in faith networks and disability fields in Texas.

We congratulate Bradley on her recognition with the Interfaith Action Award. Her dedication to inclusion is a great asset to TCDD’s mission to create change so that all people with disabilities are fully included in their communities and exercise control over their own lives. You can learn more about the ACE Awards and watch the full 2022 ACE Awards ceremony on the Texas A&M University YouTube channel.

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