what do state representatives do?
State Representatives serve on the Board of Directors (Board), attend all meetings (in-person, via phone, and/or virtually), contribute to annual planning and implementing of SEPSEA goals. These representatives serve as ambassadors for SEPSEA, on committees and take on special assignments as needed. Representatives goals include promoting inclusive postsecondary education and the inclusive postsecondary education profession by sharing resources, monitoring and providing support and membership opportunities with others in their state.
To promote access to quality inclusive postsecondary education for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities in the southeast through a shared focus on collaboration through program development, research, and public policy.
The vision of the Southeast Postsecondary Education Alliance (SEPSEA) is for all institutions of higher education in the southeast to be inclusive of students with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD).