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Adi Gal, Communications Intern

Volunteer Intern, Fall 2018

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Adi Gal

Adi Gal is a Communications Intern at RespectAbility, a nonprofit organization fighting stigmas and advancing opportunities for and with people with disabilities.

She currently is a high school senior at Tenafly High School. Her work at RespectAbility focuses on increasing awareness via organized campaigns targeting media outlets and elected officials through emails, op-eds and other means. She joined RespectAbility because she believes in the cause and due to her experiences with her sister, who has Smith-Magenis Syndrome. She has experience working with children with disabilities at a local weekend art class. In her free time, Gal loves reading, writing, and playing D&D with her friends.Adi Gal is a Communications Intern at RespectAbility, a nonprofit organization fighting stigmas and advancing opportunities for and with people with disabilities.

She currently is a high school senior at Tenafly High School. Her work at RespectAbility focuses on increasing awareness via organized campaigns targeting media outlets and elected officials through emails, op-eds and other means. She joined RespectAbility because she believes in the cause and due to her experiences with her sister, who has Smith-Magenis Syndrome. She has experience working with children with disabilities at a local weekend art class. In her free time, Gal loves reading, writing, and playing D&D with her friends.

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Eric Ascher
Eric Ascher

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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