Is the Founder/Humanitarianaire of Project Elijah Empowering Autism. My self proclaimed title of Humanitarianaire represents being "Rich from effort and not by fortune"
PEEA is a 501(c)3 organization established in 2004 and named after my son Elijah (now 25 years old) who at the age of 3 was diagnosed with autism. With no programs in my community, no experience working with families with autism or operating a non profit, PEEA was born!
Having over 25years of being a parent, 19 years of leading an autism foundation has equipped me with knowledge to create unique and innovative methodologies that will offer diversity and inclusion experiences.
PEEA host "FREE" year round education and recreational programs for families living with autism and unique abilities who reside in under resourced communities.
"It's unacceptable not to have beneficial resources in place while the experts search for a cure. If you don't know someone today with autism, you soon will"
PEEA has launched a life changing initiative called #autismis365 which highlights our continual efforts.
"You can't lead the people if you don't love the people. You can't save the people if you don't serve the people" Dr. Cornel West
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