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Alternatives in Motion welcomes new Board Member

Alternatives in Motion welcomes new Board Member Ellery Alexander
New Board Member Ellery and AIM client Quentin

New Board Member Ellery and AIM client Quentin /Elena Winger

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We sat down with Ellery Alexander, AIM’s newest board member, to discuss her background and her passion for supporting those with disabilities:

“I am a returning adult student at Grand Valley State University studying Interdisciplinary Leadership. As well as a student, I am a full-time Nurse Technician on Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital’s Spinal Cord Unit. I have been working with the disabled population for nearly three years now and have discovered that it is my passion to continue doing so long term. My personal leadership purpose statement is to empower and promote inclusivity among those facing adversity. I would love to do so by serving in the non profit sector, and eventually turn that into a career.”

"We're thrilled to have Ellery's vast knowledge as well as her devotion to person with disalbities. We look forward to working with her and as well as expanding our long term partnership with Mary Free Bed." said Alternatives in Motion's Executive Director Coleen Marie Davis.

Alternatives in Motion has been enhancing indepedence through access to mobity equipment for 26 years, serving thousands of persons with disalbities. Were looking for volunteers for our committees as well as warehouse/van volunteers-To find out how you can get involved in moving people forward call us at 616-493-2620.

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