Ambassador of the Week

Each week of April, we will be highlighting an “Ambassador of the Week” for their exceptional work in raising awareness and growing acceptance. Read their inspiring stories:

Week 1
Jennifer Jones
Colonia, NJ

Jennifer is a social studies teacher at John Adams Middle School in Edison and the organizer of the swim-a-thon Laps for Liam, which is dedicated to her son. Read Jennifer's story>>

Week 3
Educational Services Committee of New Jersey
Monroe, NJ

ESCNJ has held the Autism Awareness Swim & Play at ESCNJ's Aquatics & Fitness Center for the past six years. ESCNJ provides intensive ABA services in four schools for students with autism and their families from more than 50 school districts in northern New Jersey. Read more here>>


Week 2
Stephen Goodyear
Mount Olive, NJ

Stephen is a sophomore at Mount Olive High School who promotes autism awareness and acceptance by speaking to first-grade classes about what it's like to be an individual with autism. Read Stephen's story>>

Week 4

Wafiyyah Muhammad
Newark, NJ

Wafiyyah Muhammad teaches students with autism at Camden Street Elementary School in Newark. She keeps extremely busy in April, organizing a variety of autism awareness events that include proclamations, parades, and dress-down days. Read Wafiyyah's story>>

More Great Stories...

Click here to view our Ambassadors of the Week from 2017
Click here
to view our Ambassadors of the Week from 2016
Click here to view our Ambassadors of the Week from 2015
Click here to view our Ambassadors of the Week from 2014

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