DD Board welcomes new member
Nathan Black is the newest member of the Richland County Board of Developmental Disabilities (RCBDD).
Nathan, who was appointed by the Richland County Commissioners, took the oath of office during his first board meeting Wednesday, Oct. 23rd. He will complete the term of Nicolas Comstock, who resigned from the board in June. That term expires Dec. 31, 2021.
“This would be my first time sitting on a board. I think the board does a good job in providing services. I’m interested in being involved at the board level.”
Nathan has worked at Meijer for the past four years. He has been active in the Special Olympics program for several years and sings with the Mansfield Symphony Chorus. Nathan is the second individual eligible for services to be appointed to the RCBDD in its 51-year history.
The RCBDD last year supported more than 1,600 individuals through early intervention, preschool, transition services, supported employment, residential, therapy, and other family support programs.« Back to News Releases