Mark Stroh has been Disability Rights Washington’s Executive Director since 1990. Prior to his arrival in Seattle, Mark held positions with the Michigan Protection and Advocacy Service (Lansing, MI), the Arc of Michigan (Lansing, MI), and Developmental Services Inc. (Columbus, IN). Mark graduated from Earlham College with a major in political science and holds a masters degree in instructional system design from Indiana University at Bloomington.
His responsibilities at Disability Rights Washington include the overall management of the organization; staffing the Board of Directors, Executive Committee, Mental Health Advisory Council and Joint Planning and Evaluation Committee; and an array of disability rights related advocacy assignments. He has in the past represented Disability Rights Washington on the Developmental Disabilities and Traumatic Brain Injury Councils as well as a number of system reform task forces.