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For release: 06/03/03
Release #: 03-088

Chip Dobbs Profile

Photo description: Eileen Collins

A single deaf child inspired the founding of the Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind in Talladega more than 100 years ago. Today, NASA's Chip Dobbs, a former valedictorian of the school and current member of its board of trustees, strives to keep the institute strong and works to inspire and motivate sensory impaired children. Competency in his job is one way he serves as a role model and mentor. Dobbs is an industrial property management specialist at the Marshall Center.

Photo: Dobbs (NASA/MSFC)


A single deaf child inspired the founding of the Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind in Talladega more than 100 years ago. Today, NASA's Chip Dobbs, a former valedictorian of the school and current member of its board of trustees, strives to keep the institute strong and works to inspire and motivate sensory impaired children. Competency in his job is one way he serves as a role model and mentor. Dobbs is an industrial property management specialist at the Marshall Center.

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