What We Do
The Vision of the Brain Injury Association of Pennsylvania is a world in which all people with brain injuries and their supporters are leading fulfilling lives and are empowered to participate in their communities.
The Mission of the Brain Injury Association of Pennsylvania is to prevent brain injuries and to foster an inclusive community of education, advocacy, supports, and research to maximize the quality of life for those with brain injuries and their families.
An affiliate of the Brain Injury Association of America, BIAPA is directed by a group of committed volunteers and a staff of part-time professionals.
To promote an inclusive community, the Brain Injury Association of Pennsylvania commits to an atmosphere that includes and fully utilizes the talents of individuals with diverse backgrounds including those from historically underrepresented groups including; abilities, gender, age, race, color, national origin, religious preference, or other beliefs, language, disabilities, sexual orientation, marital, family or military statuses, education, social-economic status, background, and culture. The Brain Injury Association recognizes the benefits of a diverse workforce and serving the needs of a diverse community. BIAPA will make every effort to ensure that creating and maintaining diversity, equity and inclusion are our priorities.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
President - Ann Marie McLaughlin
2nd VP - Damon Slepian
3rd VP - Madeline DiPasquale
Treasurer - Anne Sears
Secretary - Amy Szalinski
David L. Woloshin
Tracy Yatsko Onyekanne