Lindsay Yenter lends her celebrity to support teens with Autism

Lindsay Yenter Spokesperson for Autism CharityLindsay Yenter lends her celebrity to support teens with Autism
ABC’s Bachelor Runner Up becomes Community Spokesperson for Dr. Cynthia Norall’s Autism Foundation and Charity

Carlsbad, California, US May 2015

You know her as Lindsay of The Bachelor, from Season 17 of the popular ABC show, but if you have followed her personally you know her is as a Special Education Teacher and that she works daily with children and teens that are diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders. She may have not won over the heart of Mr. Charming that season but she works to change lives daily, not only in her chosen professional field, but in her latest philanthropic and volunteer efforts. Lindsay Yenter has agreed to become the Community Spokesperson for The Cynthia Norall and Hoaloha Foundation; Cynthia La Brie Norall founded her nonprofit charities to give back to the community she’s served for fifteen years as well as to fill the gap in services found as individuals with Autism turn 18 and all too often experience an end to support services. With Lindsay’s Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Family Studies Lindsay is a knowledgeable and experienced Community Spokesperson and a welcome new addition as the representative for Dr. Norall throughout San Diego County.

The Cynthia Norall Foundation spokesperson Lindsay Yenter

To join the efforts of Dr. Cynthia Norall, Founder, and Lindsay Yenter along with all of the Hoaloha team please visit our website to view upcoming events and volunteer opportunities.

This news was generously covered by The Autism Channel World News on their May 30th broadcast.