Jennifer Lesh appointed president elect of the Council for Exceptional Children

Jennifer Lesh

Jennifer Lesh became president elect of the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) Jan. 1. She serves as a voting member of the board, the Finance and Audit Standing Committee, and the Representative Assembly. Additionally, Lesh provides leadership to CEC’s planning and programs and board development activities.

A long-time CEC member, Lesh held a variety of volunteer positions and was instrumental in securing fundraisers that provide annual scholarships for students with disabilities to attend post-secondary institutions.

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ASSAF courtyard during Spring Break 2019.
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