Mike Meaney, SFS 2012
Greg Laverriere, COL 2012
“I support a disability justice center because I believe the strength of Georgetown’s character is defined by the diversity of people and ideas that enliven its campus. Georgetown University is a place that is committed to the cura personalis of every student so that they can fully become men and women for others. We must ensure that the appropriate resources are available to every Hoya so that this commitment can be fulfilled. The Disability Cultural Center would help Georgetown fulfill its mission and its commitment to equity, access, diversity, and inclusion.”
Mike Meaney (SFS 2012) was President of the Georgetown University Students Association (GUSA) from 2011-2012.
“I support a Disability Justice Center because it would help ensure that every student, professor, administrator, and alumni feels welcome at Georgetown University. Georgetown is a University that is committed to fostering a culture that welcomes every individual across the spectrum, and a Disability Justice Center would help Georgetown ensure that the appropriate resources are available to every Hoya that needs them.”
Greg Laverriere (COL 2012) was Vice President of the Georgetown University Students Association (GUSA) from 2011-2012.
Images: Two photographs. The first, of Mike Meaney, shows a young white man with very short medium brown hair, wearing a navy blue dress shirt and subtly patterned tie, standing in a kitchen with a oak wood floor and white furnishings as he holds a small handwritten sign that says, “Disability Justice for Georgetown!” The second, of Greg Laverriere, also shows a young white man with very short slightly darker brown hair, wearing a black t-shirt with white text that says “HOYA SAXA” and jeans, standing inside an apartment with hardwood floors and neatly painted white doors and walls, as he holds a lined notepad with a red binding and the handwritten message, “Disability Justice for Georgetown!”