Tampa Mayor's Alliance
for Persons with Disabilities
About the Mayor's Alliance
The Tampa Mayor's Alliance for Persons with Disabilities was
organized by the Mayor's office in September, 1986. Tampa was the first
Florida city to organize a Mayor's Alliance.
The Mayor's Alliance for Persons with Disabilities, under auspices
of the Mayor's Office, City of Tampa, Florida, is an effective advocacy organization whose
goals are to increase opportunities and the quality of life for persons in Tampa who are
disabled. Since 1986, more than 300 volunteers from business, government and individual
interests have forged the Mayor's Alliance to benefit the interests of persons with
Organized as an advisory/advocacy group to represent people with
disabilities' interests in obtaining an independent, fulfilling life.
Volunteers from private and public interests form the
Individuals from across the community work towards achieving the Goals of the
Mayor's Alliance through the following Committees:
- Education/Public Awareness
- Employment/Job Fair
- Mayor's Awards Luncheon
- Annual Awards Luncheon, with awards presented in three categories:
- Media Award
- Employer Award
- Outstanding Community Service Award
|BOARD OF DIRECTORS
OFFICERS AND COMMITTEE CHAIRPERSONS
||Karen Sinnreich, PhD, ADA Coordinator
Meets the 2nd Wednesday of every month at the Lighthouse for the Blind on
West Platt St. at 2:00 p.m.
If special accommodations are required, please notify us at least 72 hours in advance. For information regarding the meetings and other activities
Karen Sinnreich at 813-307-5595 or email at: email@example.com.
Everyone is welcome.