National Leadership Program, Spring/Summer 2015
Charles V. DeLeo was a Policy Apprentice with RespectAbility in the Summer 2015 Cohort. DeLeo is a graduate from Marshall University with Bachelor of Arts in Japanese Languages and Literature. As a fellow, DeLeo was responsible for developing a database of contacts and contributed to RespectAbility’s Twitter account.
Prior to joining RespectAbility, DeLeo worked at St. Coletta of Greater Washington as a human resources assistant as well as facilities assistant. DeLeo is also fluent in Japanese and Spanish.
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