Bio for Cynthia L. Johnson Ingraham, ABD
Cynthia L. Ingraham is currently a doctoral candidate in the Deaf Education Leadership Program at Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas. She has authored numerous monograph chapters on transition issues for youth with sensory disabilities and more than two dozen articles on the education and rehabilitation needs of consumers with physical and sensory disabilities. In her spare time, Ms. Ingraham, volunteers with New Life, Inc., a wheelchair sports program for youth with physical disabilities in the Metro Washington, D.C. area, Habitat for Humanity, Rebuilding Together and aging-in-place programs in the Mid-Atlantic Region. She also serves as a freelance writer for About Time Magazine, Inc, based in Rochester, New York where she writes on social and educational issues within the African American Community.