Indiana ADA and Title VI Coordinators’ Association
The Indiana ADA and Title VI Coordinators’ Association provides members who handle ADA compliance with a network of educational resources. The Association serves as a statewide resource for promoting the implementation of the Americans with Disabilities Act. The group’s Steering Committee meets regularly to oversee the implementation of objectives, authorize allocations of grant monies, and review ADA implementation across the state.
Through their partnership with Aim, the Association offers several technical and training resources for ADA coordinators and related compliance officers. Choose from a selection of online courses covering anything from ADA basics, transition plans, and Title II and Title VI considerations to statistical data collection and analysis, developing policies, providing public input, maintaining records, and reporting goals.
Title II of the Ada for Local Governments Webinar
Wednesday, June 8, 10:00 a.m. Eastern
Please join the Indiana ADA & Title VI Coordinators’ Association on June 8 for a webinar on Title II of the ADA for Local Governments and learn ADA basics, transition plans, and the Title II and Title VI considerations to statistical data collection and analysis, developing policies, providing public input, maintaining records, and reporting goals.
2021 – 2022 Association Officers
Ben Merida, City of Martinsville
Crawfordsville: Joe Whitaker, Fountain County
Fort Wayne: Krista Maxwell, City of Fort Wayne & Charity Murphy, Allen County
Greenfield: Monte Poling, Union City
La Porte: Tom DeGiulio, Town of Dyer
Seymour: Mark Richards, City of Franklin
Vincennes: Chad Hurm, City of Jasper
Chief Administrative & Development Officer
317-237-6200 x 223
For U.S. Department of Justice publications and guides on best practices and implementation and more, visit the ADA site.
ADA Coordinator, City of Monticello
227 N. Main Street
Monticello, IN 47960