About Our Board of Directors
The Disability Achievement Center Board of Directors is made up of experienced leaders. Several have been with the organization since its creation in 1992 and helped build it from nothing. Others have joined in the last few years bringing new ideas and enthusiasm to this evolving consumer directed center.
Jack Humburg (Chairman) has served on the Board for over 15 years. As the Director of Housing for the Boley Centers he brings a vast knowledge of the issues that face people with disabilities in the community.
Barbara Page (Vice Chair) has served on the Board at different times over the organization’s history. As the SENIOR ADVOCATE/INVESTIGATOR for Disability Rights Florida since 2001 she brings a wealth of knowledge to the Board’s deliberations.
Barbara Dandro (Treasurer) comes to the Board with a management background that adds to the discussions. As a Business Coach and Team-Building Workshop Facilitator she has great experience in the public relations, marketing and management areas.
Mary Bucca (Secretary) is a long time member of the Board. She brings a knowledge of consumer issues to the Board's considerations and has a background in accounting.
Patricia Bell (Director) was one of the original Board members that took the center from a concept to an agency. Pat worked for the Department of Children and Families for 35 years. She began her career there as a social worker and rose through the ranks to end up as the Program Administrator for six counties.
Dennis Shelt (Director) came to the Board as a former Executive Director of a Center for Independent Living. As a provider of services to people with disabilities his understanding of the issues compliments the Board's discussions.
Michael Moses (Director) has thirty plus years of experience in the healthcare and management field. As Chairman of Quality of Life Community Services he brings his business prowess and perspective to the decisions of the Board.
Ross Silvers (Director) brings his government and national nonprofit experience to the Board's deliberations. As the current Mobility Manager of the Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority's DART paratransit program he is a major leader in the field of transportation for people with disabilities in Pinellas County.
Michael Stella (Director) joined the Board in 2012. As an accountant for the Florida Department of Veteran Affairs he is responsible for the management of accounts payable at two VA nursing homes.