Richard Mullen, Outreach & Advocacy Coordinator – Community Change Champions Supervisor. Arc of King County (WA)
Richard served as a panelist on the first BIPOC Adult Sibling Roundtable, November 18, 2020. He came back to join us as moderator for both March 18, 2021 and May 18, 2021!! We truly appreciate his insight and transparency during these important discussions. Learn and connect with him below!
Richard Mullen works with the Arc of King County in Seattle Washington. He is the African American Family Support Coordinator and enjoys supporting families with loved ones who have physical and/or intellectual disabilities.
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Click here out other BIPOC Adult Sibling Roundtables.
The BIPOC Adult Sibling Roundtables are a bi-monthly event co-hosted by the Sibling Support Project, Special Needs Siblings and Sibling Leadership Network.
November 18 launched the first of a series of sibling discussions dedicated to expanding the inclusion and diversity of the sibling support community. The series highlights the experiences, insights, perspectives and stories of Black, Indigenous, and Other People of Color who have brothers and sisters with disabilities.