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Jay Kolodne, Development Fellow

National Leadership Program, Spring 2015

Jay Kolodne was a Development Fellow with RespectAbility during the Spring and Summer of 2015. He was responsible for social media output on Facebook and Twitter. He also assisted in fundraising and contact expansion. Koldone is a graduate of Montgomery College. Born with Spina Bifida and learning disabilities, he overcame many challenges and obtained a degree in General Studies. While in school, he worked in the athletic department as an office assistant. He enjoys volunteering, especially at his faith organization. Koldone helps people asking for assistance by setting them up with appropriate organizations.

Kolodne also served as a Fellow during the Summer 2015 and Summer 2016 Cohorts.

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Eric Ascher joined RespectAbility because he is passionate about challenging the stigmas that people with disabilities face. He has experience with website design, video editing and writing blog posts.

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