New Jersey Partners in Policymaking Graduate Featured in Rutgers Today

Tuesday, March 19, 2024

Jaclyn Greenberg

Jaclyn Greenberg, New Jersey Partners in Policymaking graduate and Rutgers alumna, authored an article on her experiences in the program and its impact on preparing the next generation of disability advocates for Rutgers Today. Parent to an 11 year-old with multiple disabilities, Greenberg graduated from Partners last April.

A leadership development and advocacy education program for adults with developmental disabilities and family members, New Jersey Partners in Policymaking is made possible through collaboration between The Boggs Center on Developmental Disabilities, The New Jersey Council on Developmental Disabilities, and Disability Rights New Jersey.

Colleen McLaughlin, The Boggs Center’s Associate Director, and Jaime Zahid, Partners Participant Coordinator are quoted in the article, alongside Partners graduates Sandy LoPiccolo and Parul Khemka.

Visit the New Jersey Partners in Policymaking page to learn more about the program, and use the following link to read the article in Rutgers Today: