We as an agency are honored to be again selected for the 2022 Employers of Choice award. This is the sixth time EPI has received an Employer of Choice award and we do not take this title lightly.
After an extensive search by the Executive Search Committee, I am very pleased to announce Katie Slade has been appointed as EPI's Executive Director. She becomes our fourth Executive Director in our 65 year history.
EPI's eighth annual More Than You See benefit was another record-breaking year! We are so thankful for everyone who joined us for this unforgettable night in support of such an important cause.
EPI Feature in Waterloo - Cedar Falls Courier
Virus and vaccine updates from March 8.
Despite significant job gains over the past few months, many workers are facing higher levels of unemployment. As America's economy recovers, inclusion will be key to our success.
For the last SEVEN years More Than You See has worked to connect with people and bring our vision to life. This year is no different.
Governor Reynolds signed Executive Order 8 launching a new Child Care Task Force to develop a comprehensive strategy to address the child care shortage and barrier to work in Iowa. Mary Janssen, Regional Director for CCR&R of NE Iowa, has been named to this task force.
Needs can be fulfilled on EPI's website from November 9 through December 18.
With the election nearing, we wanted to interview an EPI employee who spent some time as an election poll worker. See what she had to share on how she started this journey, what ways you can vote, and what to expect.
Persons served enjoy any opportunity to give back to their community and they understand that right now everyone needs a little help cheering up.
We are honored to have been selected for the 2020 Employers of Choice award - thank you to our team members.
Chris Sparks, EPI's Executive Director, has been appointed to serve on the national Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) Technical Expert Panel.
“Every DSP has a purpose, a calling to do something to make a difference in the world, but some of us go through times that redefine our lives and our abilities to go much further than we ever thought possible and come out on the other side stronger for it. I would do it all over again if needed.”
We must stand against hate and intolerance and violence. We cannot be silent. We want to do more to eliminate racism and discrimination in our culture and to help assure all are safe, welcomed and accepted into community.
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