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NRRTS searches for new leader 

NRRTS searches for new leader 

Weesie WalkerLUBBOCK, Texas – NRRTS has begun searching for an executive director to replace Weesie Walker, ATP/SMS. 

Walker, who has led NRRTS for nine years, will remain involved in the organization, but will focus on the CRT Supplier Certificate Program. 

“Few things in life can be more rewarding than supporting the professionals who provide technology for people with disabilities,” Walker wrote in “Weesie’s World” in the latest issue of the organization's magazine DIRECTIONS. 

NRRTS has assembled a Search Committee led by Gerry Dickerson, ATP/CRTS, past president of the organization and a member of its Executive Committee. 

The executive director, among other things, is the CEO of the organization, leading staff, planning webinars and CEU articles, and overseeing all new applications. Requirements for the job include experience as a complex rehab technology supplier, past or current NRRTS registrant, leadership skills, industry knowledge and dedication to advancing the profession. 

For more information, email Walker at [email protected]


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