Southeast ADA Center
Barry Whaley works at the Burton Blatt Institute, Syracuse University College of Law. He is the Project Director of the Southeast ADA Center, Principal Co-Collaborator with the University of Leeds (UK) Inclusive Public Spaces project, Co-Collaborator with the University of Queensland (AU) Gender, Equity, Disability, and Social Inclusion Mainstreaming Short Course, and Principal Investigator of the Mid-Atlantic Youth and Self-Advocacy project.
Previously, he was Project Director of the Supported Higher Education Project at the University of Kentucky Human Development Institute. Barry was a Consultant for Atlas Research providing technical assistance and training for the Homeless Veterans Supported Employment Project. For many years, he was Executive Director of Community Employment, Inc. a supported employment provider. Barry has worked for the Kentucky Office of Vocational Rehabilitation. He began his career with the “New Neighbors” deinstitutionalization project, liberating people in state institutions to return to their home communities.
Barry is an alumna of Indiana University and holds a Master of Science in Mediation, Arbitration, and Conflict Management from Sullivan University.
- ADA Title I: Employment, Disclosure and Reasonable Accommodation – Session 1: 4th Thursday ADA Talks 2023
- ADA, Employment and Disclosure – Part 3: Advancing Equal Employment Opportunities and Creating Inclusive Workplaces
- Virtual Series: Disability Employment – Looking Back & Moving Forward – ADA Live! Podcast: Celebrating 100 Years of Vocational Rehabilitation with RSA Commissioner Mark Schultz