When Superintendent John Trunk took the top post at Summit DD he made it a priority to talk to as many key stakeholders as possible and continue to build on Summit DD’s rich history of being a resource in the community, a champion for the rights of people with disabilities and their families. After seven months on the job, a few key internal initiatives are helping to increase communication and collaboration, both internally and externally.
Earlier this year, Summit DD’s 60 managers signed a leadership oath. “When we sign our name to this document it adds accountability and lets all staff and other key stakeholders know what to expect,” explained Trunk. Read More ›