I am an accomplished author, speaker and self-advocate on disability inclusion. I grew up with autism and created many resources about social inclusion that I call tips4inclusion. I published a children's guide called " How to be a Good Influence to People with Disabilities" and have been on the front cover of several newspapers. I have spoken at schools and conferences and my work has been seen and used worldwide.
Presentations, webinars, small group lesson and school asssemblies.
Received a Commendation from the NJ State Senate and Assembly for my work. I have also spoken at the NJ Department of Education. In addition, I was the opening speaker at the Monmouth County Division of Mental Health Conference and the Plenary Speaker for the NJ Association of Community Providers.
I graduated Allentown High School 2018 and attended the Monmouth County Career Center and received a certificate in Computer in Business Applications and was student of the year. I have also taken graphic design classes at Mercer Community College
I am a young adult with autism who is a passionate advocate on social inclusion for people with disabilities. I struggled fitting in socially growing up due to my disability and don't want anyone else to suffer like I did. My mission is to make disability education an requirement fo all schools. I am also an ambassador for Autism NJ and Best Buddies NJ. In addition I am on the board of a non profit called 5 Help Foundation.