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Congratulations to H. Bradley Weaver. It has been announced by the HSC Health Care System (HSC) that he will be a part of its new executive team as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Health Services for Children with Special Needs. The HSC Health Care System is a nonprofit health care organization committed to serving families with complex health care needs and eliminating barriers to health services. The System combines the resources of a care coordination plan (Health Services for Children with Special Needs, Inc.), pediatric specialty hospital (The HSC Pediatric Center), and home health agency (HSC Home Care, LLC) with its parent organization, The HSC Foundation, to offer a comprehensive approach to caring, serving and empowering people with disabilities.
According to HSC’s new CEO, “Bradley will be part of the leadership team that will lead the organization in its effort to strengthen the coordination and delivery of high quality services for individuals complex health needs in the Washington, D.C. region.”
Weaver is a graduate of Dartmouth College and attended the Accenture Project Management Program among other training programs.
Congratulations also to Larry Ray for receiving an Excellence in Teaching Award celebrating his 30 years of teaching. The George Washington University School of Law Dean Blake D. Morant presented Larry Ray with the award. He began teaching mediation and now is a senior professor teaching negotiation. He has now taught more than 2,500 law students. The dean said, “Students praise his teaching as innovative, exciting and immediately useful in the workplace as well as home.”
He also teaches business negotiation at Capital University School of Law; is a Senior Instructor at the American Management Association (AMA); Arbitrator at FINRA and executive coach at various federal agencies. Previously, he served as a Columbus, Ohio, prosecutor and also as director of the American Bar Association Dispute Resolution Section. He has served as a vice president of the Stein Democratic Club.
Ray was born in Ohio and received his J.D. from the Capital University Law School, Columbus, Ohio, and his bachelor’s with honors from Muskingum College, New Concord, Ohio.
Hockman is a widely recognized adviser and strategist to the association community and the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE). He said, “I’m a student of human dynamics and a specialist in the business of getting people to talk. Next to being a husband, nothing makes me more proud than helping leaders of organizations make their best decisions about big challenges related to strategy, people, and performance.”
Hockman has consulted with more than 100 associations in the U.S. and abroad. He is a longtime volunteer with ASAE. He has served as president of the International Coach Federation D.C. chapter and is on the board of the Mid-Atlantic Facilitators Network.
He grew up in Ohio, studied in Spain, lived in London, and worked in China, Egypt, Indonesia, the UK and now makes his home in D.C. He received his bachelor’s degree from Ohio State University, and did master’s work at American University.