Devon Fulford has joined the Davis Phinney Foundation for Parkinson’s as director of education

Devon Fulford in a black and white headshot. She has blonde hair, white skin, and is outdoors in winter, as shown by her dickie and winter coat. Her coat has three pins on each breast pocket. There is a snowmobile behind her.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

July 26, 2023

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Beth Chatterton
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LOUISVILLE — Devon Fulford has joined the Davis Phinney Foundation for Parkinson’s as director of education.

Fulford brings 15 years of experience in education and content management to the organization. In 2008, she began her career in education at a nonprofit in Fort Collins, and has worked in educational sectors from curriculum design to teaching writing and literature courses at two Colorado-based universities. You can read some of Devon's work here on Medium. You can visit her staff page here.

In 2008, she began her career in education at a non-profit in Fort Collins, Colorado, and has experience designing curricula and teaching writing and literature courses at two Colorado-based universities. Devon exudes passion and thrives when implementing change and providing communities in need with curated educational resources. She has a Doctor of Education in transformative leadership, a master’s in creative writing, and a master’s in education. A Coloradoan since the 90s, Devon lives on the front range of the Rocky Mountains with her partner, Levi, and their chocolate Labrador, The Walrus. When she’s not working, you’ll find her riding her Triumph Street Twin motorbike, attending live music shows, traveling, penning poetry, and advocating for conversations about topics that make us squirm.

The foundation was founded by Olympic cyclist Davis Phinney to help people with Parkinson’s, focusing on providing programs, early-stage research, and resources to help people living with Parkinson’s improve their quality of life. 

“By learning all I can and listening to our audience, my hope is to target and reach new cohorts of people affected by or who want to learn more about Parkinson’s,” Fulford said in a written statement. 

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