Roger Falcón is the Deputy Director of the Disability Rights Fund and the Disability Rights Advocacy Fund. Roger leads the Management Team of the Fund and oversees internal operations.
Roger is a social justice activist with experience in the U.S. and internationally. In prior roles, he was chief of staff of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition, which advocates for drug policy reform and works among others with the medical marijuana community to gain access to treatment. In that role, he was the senior advisor to the executive director and chief strategist, and managed operations. Before that, he was program director of ArtCorps, which sends volunteers to Central America to educate rural communities about health, human rights, and the environment. He is a member of the Oberlin Alumni Leadership Council and has worked in development at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Roger also co-founded A3D, a non-profit focused on providing opportunities for African and other underserved culturally diverse populations and organizations in the Greater Boston Area.
He received his A.B. in Government from Oberlin, his Master’s from the Fletcher School at Tufts University, and a certificate from the Institut d’études politiques in Paris. While in college, he co-founded Students Overcoming Barriers in Education.