Jack Kretzmer is the Development Associate for the Disability Rights Fund and Disability Rights Advocacy Fund. They provide support to and work collaboratively with the Development and Finance teams.
Highly experienced in the provision of crucial programs and resources to older adults and the disability community, Jack has a strong social services orientation and is dedicated to empowering underrepresented communities. Jack has previously approached this goal as a critical support to corps of both social workers and service volunteers. Prior to joining DRF/DRAF, Jack specialized in data management, information and referral, and event and volunteer management.
A graduate of Arizona State University, Jack studied sociology and gender studies, examining culture through a social justice lens and guiding fellow students as an undergraduate teaching assistant. Jack is currently working towards a Master’s of Science in nonprofit management at Northeastern University. Their anticipated graduation date is March of 2024. Jack aspires to utilize their education and experience to meaningfully contribute to DRF/DRAF’s mission. While not working or studying, Jack enjoys participating in civic engagement activities, connecting with family and friends, and visiting new coffee shops.