Rachel Estuar
Director of Services, CAPC, Inc.

Rachel Estuar is a community organizer, advocate, trainer, community builder, leader and service provider who enjoys working collaboratively across diverse and intersectional groups. Rachel also volunteers to support children in the foster care system as a court-appointed Educational Rights Holder. As a multiple cancer survivor, she lives with gratitude and thrives when she can walk alongside and address the needs of historically marginalized individuals. While working on a training curriculum, Rachel found data that led her to discover that she had symptoms of ADHD. For many years, she identified only as an ally, but her diagnosis shifted her focus. Recently, her advocacy has broadened beyond the local level into a global scale. She is now involved with the Institute of Neurodiversity Global and the United Nations World Autism Awareness Day North America Regional Steering Committee. She engages other leaders in discussions about systems innovations and transformations and strives to ensure that they acknowledge the importance of disability justice, inclusion, and accessibility.

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