The Down Syndrome Association of Jacksonville (DSAJ) is a non-profit organization committed to helping people with Down syndrome achieve their full potential and to helping create a community that is educated, supportive, and inclusive of individuals with Down syndrome.
We envision a community where all people with Down syndrome are actively included, given opportunities to participate and contribute as valued citizens, and have the choice to create their own path to fulfillment and success.
- Keri Corey, President
- Susan Corse-Adams
- Lisa Bettinger
- Cheriann Cain
- Jeff Leach
- Gisli Magnusson
- Mary McAllister
- Angela Parris
- Julie Steinkamp
- Karen Williams
- Greg Watts
- Debbie Revels, Executive Director
- Jennie Ponder, Operations Manager
- Karen Prewitt, Family Outreach Coordinator
In 1989, the Down Syndrome Association of Jacksonville was founded by a handful of families who recognized the need to have a support group in the Jacksonville community. The focus was, and continues to be, to provide awareness and education and to help individuals with Down syndrome reach their potential. Our association has continued to grow with over 1,500 individuals, families and community members.