Madeline Harcourt was a faculty member at the Center on Disability Studies, and a person with multiple hidden disabilities.. She served as the Project Director for APPLAUD and as an Assistant Sepcialist for the Alliance for Inclusion Advancement-Hawaii project. She founded annd chaired the Committee on Hidden Disabilities and was the creator and faculty advisor for the Hidden Disabilities Support Group.
She had vast experience in volunteerism and national service. She received a 2002 national service inclusion project sub-grant where she developed Ready, Set, Go!, a project for people with disabilities interested in entering national service. She is an AmeriCorps*VISTA alumna (1994-1997) where she worked with homeless families at transitional shelters in Hawaii.
Madeline received the 2007 CDS Outstanding Faculty Contribution to Persons with Disabilities award and was a College of Education Leadership nominee for demonstrating exceptional leadership in scholarship, teaching and/or service for the 2006-2007 academic year.
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