Advisory Board

Advisory Board

 

Asperger Works, Inc. is very fortunate in having really caring and talented people as members of our Board of Directors and Advisory Board. We are equally fortunate to have a dedicated person to lead our volunteer and internship programs.

Katalin M. Baltimore

Katalin M. Baltimore

Advisory Board Member

Katalin M. Baltimore was born in Hungary and came to the States in 1959. She received a BS in Biology from Tufts University; MS Ed in Counseling Psychology from Lesley University; Certificate in Multicultural Education from the Teachers College, Columbia University; and Master of Library Science from Long Island University. She was the Librarian at New Haven Free Library and is now the Librarian at the Jewish Community Center Library in Woodbridge, CT.

She serves on the boards of the Orange Foundation and the Library Commission in Orange, CT and is Shelter Chair for the Connecticut Emergency Response Team in Orange, Connecticut.

Mrs. Baltimore is a resource development professional. She is also the aunt of our Executive Director and has been a major go-to person for information about Asperger’s and Autism.

E. Philip Brown

E. Philip Brown

Advisory Board Member

E. Philip Brown is a history teacher at Haverhill High School and also teaches networking courses for the University of Phoenix. Previously, he was in the telecom industry for over 22 years.

His educational background consists of a BA in Political Science from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, an MS in Applied Management from the Lesley University, and certificates in Voice and Data Communications from RIT. He is currently pursuing a Master’s Degree in Public History at American Public University. Phil is a board member of Merrimac Heights Academy, a Rotarian, and secretary of AHEPA Acropolis Chapter #39. He is also a member of the Haverhill Democratic City Committee, Haverhill Historical Commission, and the Haverhill Citizens Hall of Fame Committee.

He lives in Haverhill, MA with his wife Chrisi and has two sons, Zachary and Daniel. Phil has been a staunch supporter of Asperger Works since it has become a 501(c)(3) nonprofit and a major force in securing funds for our organization.

Richard Rodriguez

Richard Rodriguez

Advisory Board Member

Attorney Richard Rodriguez is a product of Special Education and an advocate for people suffering from disabilities. His childhood experience can be best described by a recent Eagle Tribune article, “Local lawyer overcame obstacles to get college education.” This article states that when he was growing up in a housing project in New York City, “other youths teased and ridiculed [him] because of his speech and hearing difficulty.” Today Richard is an attorney practicing law in the Merrimack Valley area and serves as President/Chairperson of the Lawrence Commission on Disability. He earned his Bachelor’s Degree from John Jay College of Criminal Justice, a Paralegal Certificate with Honors from Long Island University, a Postgraduate Certificate in Public Policy from the CORO Foundation in Public Policy, and his J.D. Degree from Massachusetts School of Law. As a role model to people suffering from disabilities, Attorney Rodriguez was selected to serve as Alumni Speaker at John Jay College where he presented a speech to motivate and inspire similarly disadvantaged students.

Everyone in our organization works hard to ensure the success of our program. But we also need you!

Can’t make the necessary commitment to become a member of the Board of Directors but would still like to help?

Volunteer or join our Advisory Board by using our contact form.