BroadFutures is thrilled to announce that after a careful vetting process, we have been selected by the Catalogue for Philanthropy: Greater Washington for their Class of 2019-2020! We are so proud to have been selected as #oneofthebest nonprofits that are working each day to make a difference, close to home. We cannot wait to begin our partnership with the Catalogue.
We are thrilled to welcome our new Program Director, Ashley Bray, to BroadFutures. Ashley is passionate about supporting advocacy efforts for individuals with disabilities by breaking down barriers in academia and employment to promote a path to self-determination and success. She has extensive experience and leadership in program development, specifically in expanding academic, economic, and workforce opportunities for diverse communities, including individuals with learning disabilities. Ashley also has experience in the development and facilitation of trainings on disability awareness, inclusion, and appropriate accommodations and technical assistance in both the classroom and the workplace.
We are thrilled to have Ashley bringing her talents, experience and passion to our team here at BroadFutures, especially at this exciting time when we have expanded our program to serve 36 interns this summer and have grown our employer partner partnerships to over 50. A warm welcome to Ashley!!!
We are looking forward to launching our expanded Summer 2019 Program in just a few weeks— we are thrilled to be welcoming 30-35 BroadFutures interns and many new and inspired employer partners!! Stay tuned for more information about our new cohorts and new employer partners for the summer program, starting on June 10th.