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OKC resident earns Rehabilitation Services Commission award

Tuesday, December 28, 2021

OKLAHOMA CITY  — Renee Sansom Briscoe, from Oklahoma City, earned the annual performance award presented by the Oklahoma Commission for Rehabilitation Services on December 13.

Briscoe Is transition coordinator for Transition Services, a statewide career training and employment program serving 3,500 Oklahoma youth with disabilities.

"Renee deserves recognition for not only being an excellent Transition coordinator for DRS, but also for her ability to create autonomy within DRS," said Stacey Dutton, programs field representatives, who nominated Briscoe.

"She allows employees space and opportunity to thrive, and she sets clear goals with motivation for success," Dutton said.

DRS Transition services are available through career counselors at Vocational Rehabilitation and Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired.

VR and SBVI are divisions of Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services, which Is governed by the Commission.

More information about Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services is available at https://oklahoma.gov/okdrs.html or phone 800-845-8476, phone 800-845-8776 or visit Facebook @OKDRS.

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Renee Sansom Briscoe won the Oklahoma Commission for Rehabilitation annual award for employee performance (from left: Commission Vice Chair Jace Wolfe, Ph.D., Briscoe and Commissioner Wes Hilliard.

For more information

Jody Harlan, DRS Communications Director

Cell: 405-203-1318 

Last Modified on Dec 28, 2021