CS Foundation Mission: To create a career path for young and middle aged adults with a disability to learn office assistant tasks that will increase employment sustainability and inclusion in the workplace.
Thank you to our 2022 sponsors!
Chrysalis Spectrum Foundation is a 501c3 organization that assist young to middle age adults with a disability with office assistant job skills that will allow them to achieve employability in an in person or virtual office setting and increase inclusion in the workplace. The organization was formed in late 2019 with the hopes of encouraging individuals by teaching self-advocacy, virtual jobs and training, and financial assistance to caregivers.
When COVID-19 changed all of our lives in March, Chrysalis Spectrum Foundation's founders, Dr. Alisa and Donald Elliot decided to create programs to reach the foundation's mission. They decided to hire the first group of people who influenced them to get into the field of personal care service by hiring them as contractors.
Since June, Chrysalis Spectrum Foundation has contracted, trained, and paid only individuals with disabilities. Andrew Hoang, an advocate for Autism, is CSF's first contractor and was trained to manage social media accounts. Douglas and Sigrid are contracted freelance writers who discuss their life experience, products, books, relationships, devices, and much more! Their perspective is valuable, unique, and needed.
Chrysalis Spectrum Foundation's goal is to continue to create jobs, opportunities, and to be a resource for encouraging self-advocacy.
Dr. Alisa Elliot, Co-Founder
118 Vintage Park Blvd W449
firstname.lastname@example.org | Tel: 281-407-1662 ext 700