Chip Kenney, M.S.
Project Director and Principal Investigator
Chip Kenney is the Project Director of TACE (Technical Assistance and Continuing Education) Southeast, a project of the Burton Blatt Institute at Syracuse. Prior to this, Chip was Director of the Regional Continuing Education Program (RCEP) for Community Rehabilitation Providers at Georgia State University. Previously, he was the Bureau Chief of Client Services for the Florida Division of Blind Services. He has been in the field of vocational rehabilitation for over 30 years. He has a Masters Degree in Educational Research, specializing in program evaluation as well as a Bachelors Degree and other graduate work in Organizational Psychology. He is a graduate of the National Executive Leadership Institute and has contributed to the Institute of Rehabilitation Issues. His areas of interest in the field of vocational rehabilitation include strategic planning, organizational and leadership development.
Southeast TACE Events
TACE provides distance learning opportunities through frequent webinars on important vocational rehabilitation topics such as employment for jobseekers with most significant disabilities, transition and asset development. The next events will be posted soon. In the meantime, please check the TACE webinar archives for recent events!