Cindi Nagy in lobby of UTSA after TAD film premiere on June 11, 2009
SEPTEMBER 15, 2009
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Texas Association of the Deaf president Paul Rutowski announces that the TAD board has chosen Cindi Nagy of
Ms. Nagy is a longtime para-educator at the Stonewall Jackson Elementary School with the Dallas Regional Day School Program for the Deaf. At the Dallas Association of the Deaf she served in the capacity as social secretary, board director and secretary in the last few years. It should be pointed out that Ms. Nagy volunteered several times to work the TAD booth with enthusiasm at the last two TSD homecomings and at other events.
This is her first stint as a TAD officer and she is very excited about joining the illustrious TAD board. Nagy comments excitedly, “I am looking forward to working with a great TAD team.” With her children all grown up, Ms. Nagy hopes to obtain a B.A. within the next five years. Her goal as a board director is to bring in more new members, especially young people and people of color.
President Rutowski has this to say about the newest TAD board member: “I‘m excited to have her on board. She will be a great contributor to our fellow Texans in the next 4 years of her term. I look forward to her energy, commitment and spirit of volunteerism. Not least, on behalf of the Board, I welcome her!”
TAD was established in 1886 and still continues to safeguard the rights of deaf and hard of hearing Texans. To keep that given goal alive, TAD recently held its 45th biennial conference in