2015 Graduate Commencement Speaker
Jeremy W. Earl, PT'99, MS'13
Jeremy W. Earl, PT, is the Executive Director of The Root Farm in Sauquoit, NY and the Associate Vice-President for Therapy Services at Upstate Cerebral Palsy, in Utica, NY. Jeremy graduated with his Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Therapy from Utica College of Syracuse University in December of 1999 and completed his Master’s Degree from Utica College in Health Care Administration in December of 2013.
Upon graduation, Jeremy started his tenure at Upstate Cerebral Palsy working as a pediatric physical therapist in the early childhood and school age education programs, with a primary focus of the treatment of children from birth through five years old. In his current role as the Executive Director of The Root Farm, Jeremy is responsible for the development and oversight of various equestrian, agriculture and recreational programs. In addition, as the Associate Vice-President for Therapy Services, Jeremy is responsible for the daily supervision of over 60 therapists across multiple program areas, including occupational, physical and speech therapists working in preschool, school age and adult programs.
Jeremy resides in Utica with his wife Elyssa and their daughter Meredith.
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The Gay Alliance
The SafeZone program was created to develop, enhance and maintain environments in workplaces, schools and other social settings that are culturally competent and supportive to LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer/questioning) individuals, as well as straight, cisgender people who care about diversity, equality and inclusion.
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A safe zone or a safe space is a place where all people feel welcome and safe. It may be a room, a car, or an entire college campus. The Gay Alliance SafeZone program aims to increase the awareness, knowledge, and skills for individuals and address the challenges that exist when one wants to advocate for their LGBTQ peers, family members, friends and co-workers. Creating safe zones or safe spaces is a proactive step that schools, agencies and corporations can take to create welcoming, inclusive spaces so that all people are empowered to reach their full potential.
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