Meet Zoe Aaron, a LEND trainee!
Zoe started the Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (LEND) course this semester (Fall 2021) and is very “excited for everything” she’ll learn throughout the program. In high school, she volunteered with different organizations in the special needs community, specifically working with children with Autism. This interest grew into a passion, as she now seeks to take her “commitment to this community to the next level”. Zoe hopes to become a better advocate and leader for individuals and families with disabilities. Born and raised in Atlanta, GA, she went to school at the University of Michican, but returned to GSU to pursue her Master’s in Occupational Therapy. One of Zoe’s life goals is to have a “generational impact” in Atlanta within the disability community that will “serve these families far into the future. The three words she’d use to describe herself are: Passionate; Creative; and Confident.
Thank you, Zoe, for all you do with LEND!