About Our Board of Directors
The Adaptables Inc. Board of Directors is dedicated to high-quality governance and service. We are always seeking new members who bring expertise in business, nonprofit, and public relations and specific knowledge about disability to the table. We seek individuals with disabilities who have life experiences based on a belief of consumer choice and responsibility. The application process for joining our board is simple and begins with a call to The Adaptables at 336 – 767 – 7060.
Board Meetings are held six times a year.
The Adaptables Inc. Board Member Bios
Bryan Dooley: I am Bryan Dooley. I am proud to say I am a graduate of the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County school system. I am a senior at Guilford College and thinking about my next step. Although I am younger than other board members are, I have been involved in the Winston-Salem disability community for many years. I began my advocacy very early in Winston-Salem working alongside the Physical and Occupational Therapists within the school system. I won several awards through my work including the Yes I Can award and the Matthew Graziadei award. I continue my work at Guilford College and with many other groups including The Adaptables.
Ron Day: I am a graduate of Elon College with a BA Degree in Mathematics and a Graduate of UNC Greensboro with a Masters Degree in Education with a concentration in Agency Counseling. I worked for the Department of Veterans Affairs for thirty-five years as a Vocational Rehabilitation Specialist, a Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor and for the last nine years as the Vocational Rehabilitation Officer supervising approximately twenty staff members. I am presently certified by the National Board of Certified Counselors.
Additionally, I am one of the founding members for the Kernersville Mayor’s Council for People with Disabilities which was incorporated in 1984. I have served several terms as the Chairman and several as the Vice-Chairman. This has provided me with the opportunity to serve as an advocate for people with disabilities. I consider it a privilege to serve on the Board of Directors for The Adaptables.
I am married with four grown children and two grandchildren and another expected in November.
Tamara S. Rhyne: Adjunct instructor for Winston-Salem State University, Deaf Studies Minor program under the Rehabilitation and Human Services Department. Graduated from Appalachian State University. Native of Winston-Salem, Child of Deaf Adults (CODA), also has Deaf family relatives. Served as an Interpreter for the Deaf for approximately 16 plus years. Passionate about teaching American Sign Language. Tami is married to Jim Rhyne and they have two daughters.