National Leadership Program, Summer 2017
Donghyun (D.H.) Lee was a Nonprofit Management Fellow with RespectAbility. Lee is a senior studying Political Science and Sociology at Boston College. With a hope to serve others, Lee has been involved with many community service opportunities before and during his college career, volunteering at locations such as Boston Rescue Mission, Haley House, St. Francis House, Cradles to Crayon and His House. Through these experiences with various organizations, Lee developed a passion to advocate for individuals with disabilities.
Prior to joining RespectAbility, Lee worked for two years as the Residential Life Facilities Coordinator at Boston College, where he worked to maintain dormitories and to increase accessibility. Most recently, Lee joined the Council for Students with Disabilities in the University Government of Boston College as the Director of Programming.
Lee profiled Judith Creed and Julian A. Haynes, two guest speakers for the 2017 Summer Fellowship. Read them on our website:
- Finding Life in Struggles – Lessons from Judith Creed, Founder of JCHAI
- How to Make Real Change: Philanthropy & Nonprofit – Learning from Meyer Foundation Program Office Julian A. Haynes
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RespectAbility is a nonprofit organization fighting stigmas and advancing opportunities for and with people with disabilities. Learn more about the National Leadership Program and apply for the next cohort! Contact BenS@RespectAbility.org for more information.
ALL FELLOWSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
- PUBLIC POLICY/EMPLOYMENT
- COMMUNICATIONS/DIVERSITY IN FILM & TELEVISION
- NONPROFIT MANAGEMENT
- COMMUNITY OUTREACH/GRASSROOTS ORGANIZING
- JEWISH INCLUSION