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LEADERSHIP The RICV Board of Directors provides ethical leadership, honest transparency, and ensures accountability. The Board is focused on RICV's mission, strategy, and goals. In addition to fulfilling legal and fiduciary responsibilities, RICV Board Members contribute to the culture, strategic focus, effectiveness, and also serve as advocates. Since RICV is a consumer-based organization, founded by and for persons with disabilities, over 51% of our Board of Directors are individuals with disabilities.
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President

Alicia Becton

M.S. Program

Rehabilitation Counseling

CSU, Fresno

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John Sears

Retired Asst. Administrator      Madera County

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Vice-President

Sherrill

Poland

Workability IV

CSU, Fresno

Kristopher Bland

MS Program, CSU Fresno      Marriage & Family Counseling

Rebecca Donabend

Community Member

Tulare County

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Treasurer

Lee Ky

Self-Employed

Russell Ryan

Motshiedler, Michaelides,

Wishon, Brewer & Ryan, LLP

Tracie Fleck

CSUF Wayfinders

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