MEET THE STAFF
Amy Price is a Georgia native with roots in Augusta, and has made a home with her family in Chamblee. Amy has been working with folks with disabilities for over ten years, in settings from camps to non-profits, gardens to employment organizations. She has found a particular passion for supporting individuals in discovering work and interests that spark joy, connection, and possibility. Amy is passionate about building community, and is active in Atlanta's Jewish and activism communities.
Amy studied Child and Family Development at the University of Georgia, and went on to earn a Masters in Educational Policy, studying the Social Foundations of Education at Georgia State University. Amy has also studied and received certifications in Horticultural Therapy from the Horticultural Therapy Institute, and a Certificate of Supervision and Management through the Georgia Center for Nonprofits University.
Amy is excited to grow this network and community of individuals seeking meaningful employment opportunities and finding how her gifts of listening, creativity, and connecting, can support folks in finding purposeful work.
Liz Nicholson was raised in the midwest, Richmond, IN, and has called the Southe her home for the past seven years. Liz studied Psychology and Music at Guilford College in Greensboro, NC and fell in love with the intersection of music, and individual / communal well-being. After college, Liz was a part of the first Quaker Voluntary Service (QVS) house in Atlanta, where she built community with housemates, became a part of the Atlanta Friends Meeting community, and worked at an organization supporting individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. She continued this work in the disability community for a couple of years as a job coach- matching folks’ interests, passions, and skills with meaningful work opportunities in their communities.
Liz later went to work for QVS, running the Atlanta chapter of the national service-year program where young adults live together in community, explore spirituality, and work full time at justice organizations around the city. She also coordinates the national communications work for QVS. Liz is engaged in the Atlanta Quaker, music, and activist communities, and is passionate about conflict transformation and racial justice work. She is excited to be working with Price Support Network to build relationships, community, and to support folks in catalyzing their gifts and interests in work spaces.
Zac Bradley is a Georgia native, raised in Riverdale, GA, just south of Atlanta. Zac enjoys working with individuals with disabilities in their journey navigating employment. This path has afforded Zac opportunities to intern at the Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Agency, work at the Shepherd Center, and work for the Georgia Advocacy Office.
Zac studied Health and Fitness Management at Clayton State University. Zac went on to earn his Master’s degree in Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling at Georgia State University. Zac has extensive knowledge in: the psychosocial implications of a disability, employment law, assistive technology, basic counseling skills, and motivational interviewing. Zac’s skill set has enabled him to adequately assist individuals with disabilities enter the workforce.
Zac believes that everyone can work. Zac believes with the proper placement and accommodations, a person’s disability is no longer the focus. The focus, instead, becomes his/her strengths and abilities, allowing the individual to thrive in the workplace. Zac is excited to work with individuals to uncover their true gifts and talents to award them the opportunity to achieve competitive-integrated employment.
Mark Kendall is an Atlanta-based comedian. He is an ensemble member at Dad's Garage Theatre. His one man show, "The Magic Negro and Other Blackness" was produced by the Alliance Theatre and he continues to tour the show around the country. Mark studied film at Northwestern University. He worked at Comedy Central through the Chris Rock Summer School Program for up and coming comedy writers of color. During his time at Comedy Central, he got to pitch jokes to the writing staffs of "The Daily Show" and "The Colbert Report." He was the Readers Pick for Best Comedian in Creative Loafing's Best of Atlanta 2019. He is excited to be working with Price Support Network as a Job Coach.
Tiffany Goebel is originally from Arkansas, where she earned her Degree in Psychology from the University of Central Arkansas. She moved to Georgia in 2012 and began doing part time work for adults with disabilities. Tiffany quickly realized she had a passion for this work and community, she began serving as an instructor for a day program for folks with disabilities. Tiffany then moved into a Developmental Disability Professional support role and worked in this position for about three years. She was promoted into a Program / DDP Supervisor position overseeing the Day and Supported Employment Programs for a large agency. Tiffany worked with this agency until December 2019, before joining the team at Columbus State University.
In 2019 Tiffany graduated from the LEND Program (Leadership for Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities), through Georgia State University’s Center for Leadership in Disability. Through this program and work, she found a passion for policy advocacy, among many other things, and was able to help lead the team lead training for the GCDD (Georgia Council for Developmental Disabilities) Advocacy Days for 2019. Tiffany is currently involved in a sub committee for the Georgia Employment 1st Council. Her group is strategizing ways to improve the Dedicated Work Force for those with disabilities by identifying who that term applies to, the types of trainings everyone in should have access to, and ways they could implement higher quality care for those being served. Tiffany is joining the Price Support Network team as a job coach.
Ben Dell was raised in Coweta County and has been living in Atlanta since 2015. Ben began supporting individuals with disabilities as a peer mentor in the IDEAL Program, an IPSE program located at Georgia State University in the Center for Leadership in Disability. During their time at GSU Ben has discovered a passion for supporting folx to pursue their career goals and for crafting inclusive and intersectional communities. They continue to work in the IDEAL program as the Productions Manager and have directed and produced video projects in partnership with The Arc Atlanta and the Georgia Council on Developmental Disabilities.
Recently graduated from Georgia State University with a Bachelor's Degree in English, Ben is excited to be a part of the Price Support Network and to learn from Amy Price. Ben has previously worked as a private performing arts coach and has received training from the Shakespeare Tavern as a part of their Summer Intensive Training program. Ben hopes to continue to learn and grow in this work and to empower individuals to pursue their passions and potential through doing work that not only values their skills, but also what they can bring to the table based on their individual experiences and interests. Ben is a firm believer that everyone needs different kinds of supports to be successful in work and in life, and is skilled at collaborating with job seekers to develop creative accommodations in the workplace.