Image: Cara sits in her motorized scooter outside. She's wearing a red tanktop and red and white polka dot "Rosie the Riveter" earrings. An ADA25 lanyard is around her neck.
Contact Cara: caraliebowitz at gmail.com
Cara Liebowitz is a multiply disabled writer and activist. She works for the National Council on Independent Living as Development Coordinator, focusing on fundraising, grant writing, and coordination of conference sponsorships. Previously, she worked for Everyday Feminism writing pieces on disability, asexuality, and identity. She has been involved with a number of organizations, including the NYC Mayor's Office for People With Disabilities, RAISE (Resources for Access, Independence, Self-Advocacy and Employment), the Society for Disability Studies, and the I Am Norm Campaign. She is currently an active member of the DC Metro chapter of ADAPT, a grassroots organization that uses civil disobedience tactics to advocate for disability rights. Cara holds degrees in Education (with a concentration in Special Education and Elementary Education) and Disability Studies.
Cara is available as a source
Additional communication availability: Phone, text, chat
Languages: English (Fluent), Spanish (Basic Spoken and Written)