Episode 0003-Autism Talk Radio-Play Now for Autism with Zack Gonzalez
March 27, 2009
On today’s episode, you’ll learn about an amazing young man who is making a huge difference in the world of autism!
At just 15 years of age, Zack Gonzalez is doing extraordinary things to spread the word about autism.
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Zack Gonzalez is a 15 year old Sophomore at Cathedral High School. He has been working with Autism Speaks since February 2009.
Zack is currently a Committee Member for the upcoming Los Angeles Walk Now for Autism this April 2009. He has been very active in the Autism Community after finding out his 6 year-old brother was diagnosed back in 2004. Zack is a huge advocate for Autism and is in support of the GFCF Diet and the Green Our Vaccines Proposal.
Zack attends a variety of Fundraisers and Charity Events for Autism and created his own event, Play Now for Autism (March 29, 2009). He has made speeches, written newspaper articles, and is currently working with author Amalia Starr on an upcoming book.
Zack also has been working with Actors’ Reps of Hollywood since August 2008 on pursuing a career in the entertainment industry. He is currently working with “Wheels on the Bus” for an upcoming documentary on his family and their experience with Autism.
Zack hopes to one day start his own non-profit organization for Autism. For more information, visit Play Now for Autism website.