Carol Salas Pagán, PsyD

Carol Salas Pagán, PsyD (President)
Puerto Rico UCEDD, University of Puerto Rico, UCEDD, LEND

Dr. Salas have been the PR-UCEDD Director since November 2015, and before that, she was the Associate Director for almost 3 years. A Doctor in Clinical Psychology and previously a PR/UCEDD trainee, she also graduate from the National Disability Leadership Institute. She represents the PR/UCEDD in the Multicultural Council and on AIDDs National Diversity Advisory Committee.  Currently she is faculty of the Graduate School of Public Health of the Medical Sciences Campus of the UPR. She is also an appointed member on the PR P&A office board and member of the PR-DD Council, and serves on the Board of Directors for the Association of University Centers on Disabilities. Locally Dr. Salas is an active member in diverse Advisory Councils and boards of nonprofit organizations for the Protection, Advocacy, and independent living movement for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities, and violence against women.  

As UCEDD Director she consults with special projects with 2 LEND programs to coordinate intercultural learning experiences for their LEND trainees.

Treasurer / Finance and Audit Committee Chair
Stephan  Viehweg, MSW, ACSW, LCSW

Stephan Viehweg, MSW, ACSW, LCSW (Treasurer)
Riley Child Development Center, Indiana University

Stephan Viehweg, MSW, ACSW, LCSW, IMH-E®(IV), CYC-P is Associate Director of the Riley Child Development Center - Indiana LEND, a nationally recognized interdisciplinary leadership training program supported by the Maternal and Child Health Bureau and faculty member of the IU School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics and the IU School of Social Work. He also is Associate Director of the IUPUI Center for Translating Research Into Practice. His practice and research interest is in social-emotional development of infants and toddlers.

He is founding chair of Infancy Onward (Indiana's infant mental health association) and Founding President of Family Voices Indiana. He serves a governor appointment and as Chair to the Indiana Behavioral Health and Human Services Licensing Board, and sits on the Board of Directors of the national Association of University Centers on Disabilities. He partners with a variety of state and local organizations and agencies to promote best practices for infant and toddlers. He is co-author of Tackling the Tough Stuff: A Home Visitor's Guide to Supporting Families at Risk. Steve's experience as a social work provider with families and their children with delays as well as adults with disabilities, and his ability to communicate in Spanish and American Sign Language, make him a well-respected, sought after therapist, presenter, and consultant.