The Maryland Center for Developmental Disabilities (MCDD) welcomes several talented trainees to work with our programs.
Left to right: Peace, Morgan and Haley
Peace Aguzie is a senior at Towson University. She has a passion for helping people with developmental disabilities due to her experiences growing up with and caring for her younger sibling with Down syndrome. After graduating from Towson University, Peace plans to pursue a career as a nurse practitioner.
Morgan Rhoden is a second-year law student at the University of Baltimore School of Law. She is also pursuing a master’s degree in business administration at the University of Baltimore Merrick School of Business. After graduating from law school, she wants to pursue a career in business law assisting community-based programs, nonprofit organizations and missionaries. At Project HEAL, Rhoden is looking forward to developing her skills in legal research, client advocacy and legal writing.
Haley Eiermann is a senior at Towson University majoring in health education and promotion with a minor in applied adult disability studies. She will work with MCDD for 40 hours a week during the fall 2019 semester. Eiermann developed an interest in working with MCDD and Project HEAL through her previous experience working with children and adults with disabilities. She hopes to gain a deeper understanding of the legal aspects of advocacy. After completing her undergraduate degree, she plans to attend graduate school to study occupational therapy.