Community Leaders: TACA Coordinators
February 19, 2013
By Lisa Ackerman
For the past six years, TACA has brought together all Chapter Coordinators from throughout the United States to attend our annual Leadership Conference. They volunteer tirelessly to serve TACA, our mission, and all the families who need our support. They believe in TACA and are always eager to help families in their communities in the most beautiful way.
I treasure this time of year and this fantastic group of amazing volunteers. They are my sisters and brothers in the autism journey. Many of them have children with autism, yet they find time to give.
I have written about them several times:
I Got a Fever: http://tacanowblog.com/2011/07/27/i-got-a-fever/
Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants meets Steel Magnolias: http://tacanowblog.com/2011/08/04/sisterhood-of-the-traveling-pants-meets-steel-magnolias/
TACA is an army of caring individuals that have been providing real help now to families living with autism for over 12 years. It is not about a person; TACA is a movement I am so proud to be a part of. I am beyond grateful for these amazing people who exemplify the words: TACA Chapter Coordinator.
If a TACA Chapter Coordinator has helped you, please write a comment here to let them know. I will share these with Team TACA, my heroes.