Inspire names new board member


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Orange County Cerebral Palsy Association, also called Inspire, has added a new member to its foundation board, Alexa Moritz. Moritz’s marketing and public relations experience began at Inspire in 2014, where she held the position of community relations/administrative assistant. Throughout her time at Inspire, Moritz played a large role in elevating Inspire’s brand and social media presence.

In her current role as account executive at award-winning public relations and marketing firm Focus Media, Moritz is responsible for managing day-to-day client needs to help achieve their marketing goals. Moritz previously held the positions of associate account executive and marketing coordinator at the firm, which she joined in March 2016.

Inspire’s Foundation Board is made up of citizens who exemplify outstanding community outreach and service. “We are certain that Alexa will be a valuable asset to the foundation’s continued success in supporting programs and services for people with disabilities,” said Marcel Martino, president and CEO of Inspire.

Moritz holds her Bachelor of Arts degree in Multidisciplinary Studies, with concentrations in English and Business Management from Stony Brook University. She resides in Goshen, where she enjoys spending time outdoors.


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