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■CURRENT STATUS

Graduate Student, Graduate School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences, Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan.

■EDUCATION

B.G.S. Applied Behavioral Science with an emphasis on Community Health and Development. Minor: Women’s Studies, University of Kansas, 2007

M.A. Applied Behavioral Science, University of Kansas, 2011
Thesis Title: Using Ecological Momentary Assessment to Monitor Community Participation of People with Mobility-Related Disabilities

■PROFESSIONAL RECORD

2008-2011 Graduate Research Assistant, Research and Training Center on Independent Living, University of Kansas.

Spring 2008 Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of Applied Behavioral Science, University of Kansas.

2005-2007 Undergraduate Research Assistant, Research and Training Center on Independent
Living, University of Kansas.

■AWARDS & HONORS

2009 APHA Travel Scholarship ($1,000). Conference Travel Scholarship sponsored by the Association of University Centers on Disability and the Disability Section of the American Public Health Association.

2008 Emerging Scholars in Disability and Health Award ($500). Conference Travel Scholarship sponsored by Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Health and Wellness, Oregon Health and Science University.

■AFFILIATIONS

American Public Health Association, Disability Section, student member (2008-2011)
American Association on Health and Disability, student member (2010-2011)

■OTHER MEMBERSHIPS

National Council on Independent Living (2005-2011)
Association of Programs for Rural Independent Living (2005-2011)
American Association of People with Disabilities (2004-2009)
Americans Disabled for Attendant Programs for Today (2002-2011)


□RESEARCH

■INTERESTS

Secondary conditions prevention, health promotion, community participation for people with disabilities

■PUBLICATIONS

◆Kotani, C., & White, G.W. 20170313 "The Effects of Contigency Contracts and Performance Feedback on Completing Data Entries to Self-Monitor Community Participation of People with Physical Disabilities: An Ecological Momentary Study," Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community, 45(2): 86-99pp.
http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/wpic20/current
◆Ravesloot, C., White, G.W., Kotani, C., & Shinnik, K. 20170313 "A Comparative Analysis of Center for Independent Living Staff and Board of Directors Regarding CIL Services and Consumer Participation," Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community, 45(2): 100-111pp.
http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/wpic20/current
◆Kotani, C., & White, G.W. (in press). The effects of contingency contracts and performance feedback on completing data entries to self-monitor community participation of people with physical disabilities: An ecological momentary study, Journal of Prevention and Intervention in the Community.
◆Ravesloot, C., White, G.W., Kotani, C., & Shinnik, K. (in press). A Comparative Analysis of Center for Independent Living Staff and Board of Directors Regarding CIL Services and Consumer Participation. Journal of Prevention and Intervention in the Community.
◆White, G.W., Simpson, J.L., Gonda, C., Coble, Z., & Ravesloot, C. (2010). Moving from independence to interdependence: A conceptual model for better understanding community participation of centers for independent living consumers, Journal of Disability Policy Studies, 20(4), 223-240.
◆White, G.W., Gonda, C., Peterson, J., & Drum, C. (2011). Secondary analysis of a scoping review of health promotion interventions for persons with disabilities: Do health promotion interventions for people with mobility impairments address secondary condition reduction and increased community participation? Journal of Disability and Health, 4, 129-139,

■OTHER PUBLICATIONS

◆Izumi, K., & Gonda, C. (2008, September). アメリカの障害者権利擁護運動: ADAPT (アダプト) の活動. [Civil protection movement in the U.S.: History and current activities of Americans Disabled for Attendant Programs Today ADAPT], ノーマライゼーション [Normalization], 28(9), 326, 30-34.
◆Rooney, C., & Gonda, C. (2007, February 12). Disability rights bus travels across nation. Epoch Times. Retrieved September 1, 2007, from http://en.epochtimes.com/news/7-2-12/51564.html

■CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

◆Gonda, C., White, G. W., Drum, C., & Peterson, J. (2008, May). Secondary conditions and their effects on community participation: A preliminary review of the literature. Poster presented at the State of the Science Conference, Portland, OR.
◆White, G. W., Fox, M. H., Rooney, C., Gonda, C., & Cahill, A. (2008, May). A Disaster preparation for people with disabilities: What can we do to get out of harm’s way? Health and Wellness Conference, Portland, OR.
◆Gonda, C. (2009, October). Reducing disparities in emergency preparedness and response for people with disabilities. Poster presented at the 137th American Public Health Association. Annual Meeting & Exposition, Philadelphia, PA.
◆Nary, D., & Gonda, C. (2009, October) Public health and people with disabilities: Where we are and where we need to go. Poster presented at the 137th American Public Health Association. Annual Meeting & Exposition, Philadelphia, PA.
◆Ravesloot, C., White, G.W., & Gonda, C. (2009, October) Measuring CIL services that improve community participation for people with disabilities. Paper presented at the 137th American Public Health Association Annual Meeting & Exposition, Philadelphia, PA.
◆White, G. W., Gonda, C., Peterson, J., & Drum, C. (2009, October). What are the effects of these interventions on subsequent consumer participation in the community? Poster presented at the 137th American Public Health Association Annual Meeting & Exposition, Philadelphia, PA.
◆White, G. W., Ravesloot, C., & Gonda, C. (2010, October). Using tools that measure CIL services to improve consumer community participation. Paper r presented at state of the Science Conference, Overland Park, KS.
◆White, G.W., Ravesloot, C., & Gonda, C. (2010, October). Measuring CIL Services that improve community participation for people with disabilities. Paper presented at state of the Science Conference, Overland Park, KS.
◆Gonda, C., & White, G. W. (2010, October). An evaluation of a goal-oriented training package to increase community participation of people with mobility-related disabilities. Paper presented at State of the Science Conference, Overland Park, KS.
◆Gonda, C., Ravesloot, C., & White, G. W. (2010, October). CIL staff concerns report survey results on top IL services: implications for improved IL consumer community participation. Poster presented at State of the Science Conference, Overland Park, KS.
◆Gonda, C., Beer, M., Olson, M., Royster, S., Greenwood, C., Jackson, A.,. . . Hatch, K. (2010, October). APRIL youth peer to peer mentoring project. Poster presented at the State of the Science Conference, Overland Park, KS.
◆Gonda, C., Beer, M., & Olson, M. (2010, October). Youth report on peer to peer mentoring project. Poster presented at the State of the Science Conference, Overland Park, KS.
◆Gonda, C., Beer, M., Olson, M., Royster, S., Greenwood, C., Jackson, A.,. . . Hatch, K. (2010, October). APRIL youth peer to peer mentoring project. Association of Programs for Rural Independent Living Annual Conference, Overland Park, KS.
◆White, G. W., Ravesloot, C., & Gonda, C. (2010, November). Results from a national randomized CIL staff concerns report survey on the top IL services likely to improve consumers' community participation. Paper presented at the 138th American Public Health Association Annual Meeting & Exposition, Denver, CO.
◆Ravesloot, C., White, G. W., Gonda, C. & Gordon, J. (2012, May). Participation as a Function of Independent Living Services: Do They Make A Difference? Presented at the annual meeting of the National Association of Rehabilitation Research and Training Centers, Washington, D.C.
◆White, G. W., Ravesloot, C., Gonda, C. Kim, K. M., Nakaniski, S., Hwan, A.J., & Gordon, J. (2012, June). Measuring CIL Services that Improve Community Participation for People with Disabilities: A Comparative Study of the United States, Japan and Korea. Presented at the National Conference on Independent Living, Washington, DC.


□SERVICE

■PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

2008-2011 Member, International Committee, National Council on Independent Living, Washington, DC. Attend teleconferences and participate in the discussion and planning of events.

2009-2011 Member, Youth Conference Planning Committee, Association of Programs for Rural Independent Living. Little Rock, AR. Attend a monthly teleconference and participate in the discussion and planning of youth activities and workshops.

2009-2011 Project Leader, Youth with Disabilities Peer to Peer Mentoring and Participation Project. Association of Programs for Rural Independent Living, Little Rock, AR. Attend and facilitate a weekly teleconference for APRIL’s Peer to Peer Youth Mentoring and Participation Project.

January 2009 Team member, United States ? Peru Working Summit on Independent Living. Attended and participated as part of the US Team in this Working Summit. Served as a photographer and videographer for working sessions held in Municipality of San Isidro and the Peruvian Congress Senate Chamber.



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