Meredith Gramlich, MA
Center for Transition and Career Innovation (CTCI)
Meredith is a Technical Assistance Specialist for the Maryland Work-Based Learning Collaborative grant, Way2Work Maryland, providing training and technical assistance to state school systems participating in this statewide research grant on employment and work-based learning strategies for youth with disabilities. She supports school districts, community rehabilitation providers, the Division of Rehabiliation Services, and families and students to implement this transition research. Meredith brings experience promoting business-education partnerships, work-based learning opportunities, customized employment solutions, and model transition services. Throughout her career she has provided training, technical assistance, and direct service to facilitate competitive integrated employment for youth and adults with disabilities for model demonstration projects including Maryland PROMISE, Maryland Customized Employment Partnership, Maryland Transition Initiative, and Bridges... from School to Work. She taught in MCPS Alternative Programs, where she established the Career Program. Meredith began her career promoting creative strategies for independence with her sister.
Watson Fellow, 1990