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- Build the economic and political capacity of local groups to effectively participate in communities of choice and issues advocacy .
- Create a state-wide collaborative technology infrastructure to foster long term communication between local disability groups.
- Sponsor events and activities that promote sharing of best practice, collaborative planning, and the building of consensus around policy impact goals.
- Find and develop economic and political resources, independent of the existing government and funding sources, that can be allocated according to the plans of Michigan's disability community, instead of bureaucratic priorities.
- Mold a staff team, with a long term commitment to Michigan's disability community as a customer base—a team capable of working anywhere in the state, focusing on the uncertain and rapidly evolving disability policy future, and using collaborative technologies to supplement face-to-face networking.
- Forge a partnership between board, staff and constituents for strategic development and strategic priorities.