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Finn Gardiner - Research Assistant

Finn Gardiner, Research Assistant at the Lurie Institute for Disability Policy Finn Gardiner, MPP, holds a Master of Public Policy degree from the Heller School for Social Policy and Management at Brandeis University with a concentration in Children, Youth and Families. He is an experienced disability advocate, policy analyst, writer and community educator specializing in intersectional disability justice, participatory action research, inclusive education and accessible technology. He is also the Regional Policy Analyst with the Autistic Self Advocacy Network, where he conducts research into state and federal policies and creates policy briefs and white papers for professionals, self-advocates and other interested stakeholders. Before coming to Heller, Finn was the 2015-2016 Barbara Wilensky Gopen Fellow with the Institute for Community Inclusion and the Massachusetts Developmental Disabilities Council. 

Email: fgardiner@brandeis.edu 

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