Micah Fialka-Feldman is a national speaker, self-advocate and pioneer who fights for disability justice and inclusion. He is part of the first wave of adults with intellectual disabilities who attended college and has been fully included in school and community. Micah earned a Certificate in Disability Studies at Syracuse University in 2015 through lnclusiveU. He is a Teaching Assistant in SU’s School of Education and works at the Taishoff Center as the Outreach Coordinator. In May of 2014, Micah was appointed by President Obama to the President’s Committee for People with Intellectual Disabilities.