Lisa Orgettas has dedicated herself to over 25 years of human service management experience in leadership roles. She has an established history of enhancing services and improving operations in a manner that directly impacts the quality of the lives of others. Lisa is passionate about advancing access and opportunities for people living with disabilities to live as independently as they choose and to advocate for an accessible and inclusive community.
Gricelda is Bilingual with Spanish as her second language. Gricelda provides services such as: Advocacy, Community Outreach, Information & Referrals, Peer Counseling, options counseling, and independent living Services. She has experience with children with special needs and has 7 years of costumer services, housing applications, legal immigration service and 3 years of medical administration.
Marcia is a Disability Resource Specialists who provides short term services including; information and referrals and Options Counseling. She also provides long term services including: Skills Training, Peer Support, Self-Advocacy and Service Coordination. Marcia coordinates the monthly Housing Options Workshop at our Center and other Housing forums throughout the year to increase Community awareness about Housing Options.
Joshua is a Disability Resource Specialist who provides various services including information and referral and Options Counseling. He also assists in longer term services like Self-Advocacy, Peer Support, Service Coordination, and Skills Training. Joshua also helps to maintain the social media presence of the Disability Resource Center. He has enjoyed working directly with people his entire life, and is eager to help people get to where they want to be.
PJ provides independent living services that include information and referral, advocacy & Options counseling. PJ is passionate about collaborating with people with disabilities to access resources and helping them make informed decisions. Previously, PJ was a casework lead & benefits counselor at the Metropolitan Center for Independent Living in Minneapolis. Prior to this, he worked as a Disaster Action Team (DAT) volunteer coordinator with the American Red Cross. While at Macalester College, PJ was involved with disabilities research and presented on conceptions of allyship among people with disabilities at the Midwestern Psychological Association. In his free time, PJ enjoys reading, hiking, creative writing, and baking.
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27 Congress Street, Suite 107
Salem, MA 01970
Open: M-F 9 AM-5 PM