Gabby Bush joined the DRNC team in 2010 as its first outreach specialist. In that role she met thousands of North Carolinians with disabilities and presented on topics such as the history of the P&A system and how to be a better self-advocate. In 2015, Bush moved to the investigations & monitoring unit to investigate facilities across the state where people with disabilities live. In her current work with DRNC she focuses on investigations involving Social Security beneficiaries and their representative payees. Bush graduated from UNC-Greensboro with a bachelor’s degree in human development and family studies. When she is not working, Bush enjoys spending time with her family and rescue dog, volunteering, or attending events with her Alpha Delta Pi alumnae sisters.
Disability Rights North Carolina is a legal advocacy organization that fights for the rights of people with disabilities in North Carolina.