Dr. Riser is director at Alabama Neurology Associates and a board certified neurologist with subspecialty boards in neurorehabilitation and spinal cord medicine. Her research interests involve the application of rehabilitation strategies for individuals living with Multiple Sclerosis in an effort to improve their functional outcome. She is also currently the Medical Director of the Tanner Center for MS, the only Comprehensive MS Center in Alabama certified by the National MS Society, which serves over 1500 individuals with MS. She has served on the Board of the American Society of Neurorehabilitation, the Alabama–Mississippi Chapter of the National MS Society, and the Multiple Sclerosis and Rehabilitation subsections of the American Academy of Neurology.
Debra Schneider is the Executive Director of, and also a founding member of CHIPS (Children’s Hospital Intervention and Prevention Services) the child abuse center at Children’s Hospital. Prior to her work at CHIPS, Ms. Schneider was a counselor, a forensic interviewer, and a prevention education coordinator. Her passion is prevention education. Along with her administrative duties at CHIPS, Deb also provides community outreach and education regarding sexual abuse prevention education.
Ms. Schneider is also a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker.
Major General N. Lee S. Price is a senior executive with 40 years of experience supporting military operations in the areas of communications, computer systems engineering, program management, and Government contracting and acquisition. As a decorated member of the US Army, she provided steadfast guidance and leadership to myriad programs valued from $3-6 billion annually. General Price’s expertise in leadership, strategic planning, special operations, process and organizational change, and crisis management provide her clients with incalculable support.
General Price left a legacy of notable firsts: the first woman selected for General Officer while serving in Special Operations Command (2008), the first female promoted to General Officer for the Army’s Acquisition Corps (2008), the first woman to serve as an Army Program Executive Officer (2009), and the first female promoted to Major General for the Army’s Acquisition Corps (2012). Her many awards include the Combat Action Badge, the Bronze Star Medal, the Distinguished Service Medal, and the Legion of Merit.
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