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Christopher Ladanyi and Laura Aiello Join Inspire’s Foundation Board

Christopher Ladanyi and Laura Aiello Join Inspire’s Foundation Board

Goshen, NY – April 16, 2019 – The Orange County Cerebral Palsy Association, Inc., d.b.a. Inspire is proud to announce the addition of its newest Foundation Board Members, Laura Aiello and Christopher Ladanyi. Aiello is the Community Relations Coordinator at Healey Brothers and a Hudson Valley native who has a passion for giving back to our local community. Ladanyi is a Project Manager and Partner with CPL Architect Engineering Planning in Newburgh with extensive knowledge and experience on projects throughout the Hudson Valley. “We are fortunate that the Inspire Foundation will have the involvement of Laura and Christopher. Their ability to draw on their knowledge and experience will be a valuable asset to Inspire’s continued success providing programs and services for people with disabilities and their families” said Inspire’s President &CEO, Marcel Martino.

Over the past five years Laura has coordinated Healey Brothers’ participation in community events. Her efforts have helped increase Healey’s presence in the community as well as raising funds for local charities. Laura currently sits on the Board of Directors of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.

Christopher Ladanyi holds a Bachelors degree in Architecture with a Minor in Psychology from the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute School of Architecture. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects and a member of the U.S. Green Building Council.

About Inspire: Inspire is a not-for-profit charitable organization officially known as Orange County Cerebral Palsy Association Inc. It provides a wide array of outpatient, educational, and support services for individuals of all ages and abilities. Inspire Kids is a special education preschool for children ages 2½ to 5 years of age with developmental delays. Inspire also provides respite, social programs, and more. Through its many programs, Inspire impacts the lives of many children and adults primarily in Orange County.