Katharine Hayward, Ph.D.

Tarjan Center at UCLA
University of California, Los Angeles
760 Westwood Plaza
58-228 Semel Institute
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1759
 
Phone: 408-294-6171
Email: khayward@mednet.ucla.edu
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Last Updated: February 04, 2016

Katharine Hayward
 

Primary Activity Coordinators: Research
Specialty Resource Contacts: Arts and Disability
Project/Program/Clinic Contacts: National Arts and Disability Center
 
Discipline(s): Public Health
 
AUCD Council Membership: Council on Research and Evaluation
 
Research: My primary area is in program evaluation. I work to develop evaluation plans on multiple projects being conducted by various staff at our center. This involves assisting in the creation of evaluation plans, developing questionnaires, creating databases, analyzing data, and reporting findings. I have served as the primary researcher for studies focusing on employment of artists with disabilities including a national survey of performers with disabilities in the entertainment industry and a review of states that received grants to hold forums to advance the careers of artists with disabilities. My personal research interests include: attitudes towards disability, disability identity, conducting research with individuals with disabilities.

Vita/Bio

EDUCATION:

University of California, Los Angeles.

Doctor of Philosophy, Public Health, 1999-2005

Community Health Sciences

Minor: Sociology.

Dissertation: A Hierarchy of Disability: Attitudes of People with Disabilities Towards One Another.

 

University of California, Los Angeles.

Masters in Public Health, 1997-1999.

Health Education concentration.

                                                                                                                                               

University of California, Davis.

Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, 1993-1997.

High honors.

University of California, Davis.

Bachelor of Arts, Rhetoric and Communication, 1993-1997.                                                  

Honors.

FELLOWSHIPS/INTERNSHIPS

Will Rogers Fellowship, University of California, Los Angeles 2002-2003.

Public Health Max Factor Fellowship, University of California, Los Angeles 2001

Tarjan Center for Developmental Disabilities Internship, University of California, Los Angeles, 2000-2001.


SELECTED PUBLICATIONS:

• Hayward, K. (2014). It's a miracle. In D. Taylor and G. Filax (Eds.), Disabled mothers: Stories and scholarship by and about mothers with disabilities (pp. 71-86). Bradford, ON. Demeter Press.
• Russell, A.T., Hahn, J.E., & Hayward, K. (2011). Psychiatric services for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities: Medication management. Journal of Mental Health Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 4(4): 265-289.
• Hayward, K. (2010). Advancing Careers of Artists with Disabilities: Summary Report on 2007-2008 Statewide Forums and Follow-up Activities. Los Angeles: National Arts and Disability Center.
• Russell, A., Hahn, J., Hayward, K., Shah, B., Chen, A., Barnett, S., & Purmort, E. (2010). Evaluation of a clinic model to serve individuals with intellectual disability and mental health needs: A collaboration of the Frank D. Lanterman Regional Center and the Tarjan Center at UCLA. Los Angeles: Tarjan Center.
• Raynor, O. & Hayward, K. (2009). Breaking into the business: experiences of actors with disabilities in the entertainment industry. Journal of Research in Special Educational Needs, 9(1): 39-47.
• Hayward, K. (2008). Connecting communities: Increasing opportunities for volunteers with disabilities to serve. Los Angeles: Tarjan Center at UCLA.
• Hayward, K & Leventhal, K. (2007). From Gardening to Leadership Training: Stories from the 2006 Spencer-Russell Service Inclusion Grantees. Los Angeles: Tarjan Center at UCLA.
• Raynor, O. & Hayward, K. (May 2005). The employment of performers with disabilities in the entertainment industry. Los Angeles, CA: National Arts and Disability Center at UCLA.
• Hayward, K. (Fall 2004). A slowly evolving paradigm of disability in public health education. Disability Studies Quarterly, 24(4). 1-5.
http://www.dsq-sds.org/_articles_html/2004/fall/dsq_fall04_hayward.html

PRESENTATIONS:
• Hayward, K., Bienvenu, B., Harlan-Simmons, J., Heath, K., and Reed, D. (2014, November). Unleashing the Creative Potential: The role of UCEDDs in statewide forums in arts employment and other arts initiatives. Presented at the AUCD 2014 Conference. Washington D.C.
• Francis, W., Raynor, O., Hayward, K., Campisi, C., Simpson, D., Guajardo, A. (2014, November). Successful Engagement of Colleges, Vocational Rehabilitation, Students and Families: Lessons learned in College2Career programs in California. Presented at the AUCD 2014 Conference. Washington D.C.
• Raynor, O., Campisi, C., Francis, W. and Hayward, K. (2013, November). Promoting Inclusion in Postsecondary Education through VR funded College to Career Programs. Presented at the Inclusive Higher Education: Moving from Good Ideas to Great Outcomes conference. Washington D.C.
• Hayward, K. (2012, October). Statewide Forums on Careers in the Arts for People with Disabilities. Presented at the National Assembly of State Arts Agencies Preconference-Accessibility peer session. Washington D.C.
• Hayward, K. (2011, November). Strengthening disability identity through social networks. Poster presented at the 139th American Public Health Association Meeting. Washington D.C.
• Raynor, O. & Hayward, K. (2010, October). Statewide Forums on Careers in the Arts for People with Disabilities. Presented at the National Assembly of State Arts Agencies Conference. Austin, TX.
• Hayward, K. (2010, April). Expanding audiences through access. Presented at the 2010 Oasis Conference: Harnessing Nevada's cultural power. Las Vegas, NV.
• Hayward, K. (2009, October). Creating Sustainability for Statewide Forum Arts Activities. Keynote address at the ArtsWORK Indiana Strategic Planning Committee. Indianapolis. IN.
• Raynor, O. & Hayward, K. (2009, July). Statewide Forums on Careers in the Arts for People with Disabilities. Presented at the 2009 National Summit on Careers in the Arts for People with Disabilities. Washington D.C.
• Hayward, K. (2009, June). Intersections of Time, Space, and Disability: The College Experience. Presented at the 22nd Annual Society for Disability Studies Conference. Tucson, AZ.
• Hayward, K. & Raynor, O. (2008, November). Performers with Disabilities in Film and TV: What the Screen Actors Guild Data Show. Presented at the National Communication Association Convention. San Diego, CA.
• Raynor, O. & Hayward, K. (2008, November). Making Arts Work: Art as a Viable Career Choice. Presented at the Association of University Centers on Disabilities Annual Meeting and Conference. Washington D.C.
• Hayward, K. (2008, October). Creating Inclusive Disability Communities. Presented at the 136th American Public Health Association Conference. San Diego, CA.
• Hayward, K. (2007, June). Bridging the Gap: Incorporating Impairment into a Model of Disability. Presented at the Society for Disability Studies 20th Annual Conference. Seattle, WA.
• Hayward, K., Raynor, O., & Antoniou, S. (2006, March). Making Arts Work: Strategies for Success. Presented at the 2006 Pacific Rim Conference on Disability. Honolulu, HI.
• Burnett, S., Raynor, O., & Hayward, K. (2002). GRADPower: Internships for Graduates with Developmental Disabilities. Poster session presented at the 18th Annual Pacific Rim Conference on Disability. Honolulu, HI.