The disability rights leaders include: John Kelly - Executive Director of Second Thoughts and former Chair of the Boston Disability Advisory Commission, Karen Shneiderman - Senior Advocacy Specialist for Boston Center for Independent Living Inc, Marilyn Golden - Senior Policy Analyst for the Disability Rights Education & Defense Fund, Michael Muehe - Cambridge Commission for Persons with Disabilities and Diane Coleman - President of Not Dead Yet.
What does BCIL stand for?
BCIL stands for Boston Center for Independent Living (Boston, MA)
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We have 5 other meanings of BCIL in our Acronym Attic
- Bovine Collagen Type II
- Building and Construction Industry Improvement Act 2003 (Australia)
- Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation (Ohio Attorney General)
- Business Career Interest Inventory (career identification software)
- Building and Construction Industry Improvement Bill (Australia)
- Birth Control International Information Centre
- Breast Cancer Internet Information and Support (online needs assessment)
- Bridge Club IJsselstein
- Bar Code India Limited
- Biotech Consortium India Ltd. (New Delhi, India)
- Branch Creating Infinite Loop (computing)
- British Columbia Intermediate Lacrosse League (Canada)
- Bangladesh, China, India and Myanmar
- Board Certified in Integrative Medicine (credential)
- Business Consulting and Interim Management
- Business, Computing and Information Management (London South Bank University; UK)
- British Columbia Investment Management Corporation (Canada)
- Banarsidas Chandiwala Institute of Medical Sciences (India)
- British Columbia Insight Meditation Society (Canada)
- Broadband Cable Installation and Maintenance Service
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Watertown, MA 02472 or the Boston Center for Independent Living, 60 Temple Place, Boston, MA 02111, www.
A member of the Massachusetts Governor's Advisory Commission on Disability Policy, he formerly served on the boards of the Disability Law Center and the Boston Center for Independent Living and held membership in the Massachusetts Developmental Disabilities Council.