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Liberty Resources Board of Directors

Aiko Dorr-Dorynek

Mr. Dorr-Dorynek has a bachelor of science in architectural studies and coordinated kitchen planning services and sales at IKEA prior to his retirement. As an AmeriCorps Program Coordinator at Temple University, he created strategies for independence and inclusion for persons with disabilities. He also worked with Temple’s Augmentative Communication and Empowerment Supports (ACES) program assisting people, primarily with cerebral palsy, to find assistive communication technology to help them find their voice. Mr. Dorr-Dorynek was a board member at Best Buddies International and the Third World Coalition within the American Friends Service Committee. Today, he is a regular member of Disabled in Action and ADAPT, in addition to his role as a board member at Liberty Resources, Inc.

Deborah Russell, Chair
Cassie Holdsworth, Vice Chair
Stephen Kibbe, Treasurer
Aiko Dorr-Dorynek, Secretary
Anthony Brooks
James Curran
Thomas Earle, CEO
Brandon Ezekiel
Stephen Gold
Keino Johnson
Sarita Kimble
Evan Moores
Michelle O'Brien
Brenda Pedro
Ami Profeta
Jimmi Shrode
Joseph Yaskin
Theresa Yates, Member at Large

LRI Board Meetings are free and open to the public. They are held every other month at 801 Arch Street, 6th Floor, Wade Blank Room (unless otherwise noted) Click here to access LRI's Calendar of Events to find out when upcoming Board Meetings are scheduled.

If you are interested in becoming a member of LRI's Board of Directors, please download, complete, and submit a version of the Board Application:

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Mission Statement
Liberty Resources, Philadelphia’s Center for Independent Living, advocates with disabled people, individually and collectively, to ensure our civil rights and equal access to all aspects of life in the community.