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Traveling Tuesdays with Darlene G. Zangara, Ph.D.: Southwest Region

MNCDHH visits different regions online in Minnesota

6/4/2021 12:10:29 PM

MNCDHH's Executive Director, Darlene G. Zangara, Ph.D., is shown on a person's laptop. The laptop is placed on a deck railing along with a blanket, books, and mug. In the distance are tall green trees and a lake.

Traveling Tuesdays is a virtual meet and greet with Darlene G. Zangara, Ph.D., Executive Director of MNCDHH. Darlene will introduce herself to your community, share some of MNCDHH's recent activities, describe her vision for the future, and answer your questions.

Do you have questions about what MNCDHH does and can do for you? Do you have ideas for public policy that impacts community members who are deaf, deafblind, hard of hearing, or people with hearing loss, their families, coworkers, and friends?

MNCDHH has booked the Southwest virtual stop for the 'Traveling Tuesdays' tour! Along the way, we have visited 

  • Southeast Region,
  • Northwest Region,
  • Northeast Region, and
  • Central Region.

After the Southwest stop, we will wrap up the tour by visiting the Metro Region. Watch for a separate announcement for Metro residents.

Depending on how things with the COVID-19 pandemic goes, we plan to visit each region in person in the near future. 

Southwest regional counties

If you are a resident of the following counties in the Southwest Region, we hope you can join us:

  • Blue Earth
  • Brown
  • Cottonwood
  • Faribault
  • Jackson
  • Le Sueur
  • Lincoln
  • Lyon
  • Martin
  • Murray
  • Nicollet
  • Nobles
  • Pipestone
  • Redwood
  • Rock
  • Sibley
  • Waseca
  • Watonwan


Tuesday, July 20, 2021 at 6:00 p.m.


Workshop will be provided online through Zoom. Register in advance at Traveling Tuesday: Southwest Region. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.


Presented and discussed in both spoken English and American Sign Language (ASL). CART and ASL interpreters have been scheduled. If you need another reasonable accommodation such as a deafblind interpreter, please email your request to, at least 5 business days before the event.  


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