Board Member Biography – Margreeta (Rita) Kidd

Ms. Margreeta (Rita) Kidd is the owner of F.K. Networks, a home-based business for consulting in coordinating employment, social or community services, and workshops.  Margreeta is a Substitute Teacher for the Amherst County Public Schools.  As a former Employment Counselor and a Case Worker Aide in Child and Adult Protective Services, she had the opportunity to see a great and tremendous need for education and support for professionals and consumers.  Margreeta is currently the Public Relations Chairperson for the Area 24 Virginia Special Olympics, and member of Lynchburg Public School as Surrogate Parent for Special Education, Volunteer Parent Advocate for Special Education, Central Virginia Community Services Advisory Board Member, Partners in Policymaking for People with Disabilities, board member of the Virginia Intercommunity Transition Council, Lynchburg Association Network Employment, and active in other civic programs.Ms. Margreeta (Rita) Kidd is the owner of F.K. Networks, a home-based business for consulting in coordinating employment, social or community services, and workshops.  Margreeta is a Substitute Teacher for the Amherst County Public Schools.  As a former Employment Counselor and a Case Worker Aide in Child and Adult Protective Services, she had the opportunity to see a great and tremendous need for education and support for professionals and consumers.  Margreeta is currently the Public Relations Chairperson for the Area 24 Virginia Special Olympics, and member of Lynchburg Public School as Surrogate Parent for Special Education, Volunteer Parent Advocate for Special Education, Central Virginia Community Services Advisory Board Member, Partners in Policymaking for People with Disabilities, board member of the Virginia Intercommunity Transition Council, Lynchburg Association Network Employment, and active in other civic programs.

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