JaLynn Prince Appears on Montgomery Week in Review to Discuss Issues that Autistic Adults are Facing
Last week JaLynn Prince, President of Madison House Autism Foundation was a guest on Montgomery Week in Review to discuss issues that face autistic adults and their families. What a lively conversation with a diverse panel and guests! From left to right:
Don Mooers (far left), host, a recognized expert in immigration and nationality law. He has helped clients achieve success in all aspects of employment-based and family-related immigration law and complex naturalization and citizenship matters. He advises and represents clients on immigration matters before the Departments of Labor, Homeland Security and State. He is a popular speaker and frequently provides expert advice on immigration law and policy for Congress, media outlets and national organizations.
Greg Wims(second to left), founder of Victims Rights Foundation, a man with a long volunteer career and a burning desire to bring comfort and aid to those in need. In the last 43 years he has raised more than 2 million dollars, logged more than 1 million miles and volunteered more than 42,000 hours on community service projects.
Graciela Rivera-Oven (third on right)has broad experience working with multi-cultural groups in the Washington area. Grace is a public relations consultant, newspaper columnist and Co-producer of the weekly TV show Revista Semanal Montgomery as well as a fellow classmate in Leadership Montgomery with JaLynn.
Aaron Overton (far right), CEO of Heatherstone provides software, database, management, and search engine marketing consulting services to businesses and professionals who prefer innovation to infrastructure.