Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi is co-founder and president of RespectAbility, a nonprofit organization working to enable people with disabilities to have a better future. She has published dozens of publications on disability issues, has met 1-1 with 43 of America’s governors, and has provided testimony in every state on disability issues. Dyslexic herself, she also knows what it means to parent a child with multiple disabilities. A former spokesperson for a national political party, Mizrahi became “post-partisan” after 9/11. Previously Mizrahi was political and training director for Campaigns & Elections magazine, co-founded and led The Israel Project, co-founded and led the DCJCC Community Services Program, and started and ran her own consulting company. The co-founder/director of The Mizrahi Family Charitable Foundation was named three times in the “Top 50” list of Jewish leaders in North America by the Forward.
Initiating Inclusion: Access and Opportunities for All