Embracing Emotional Support Animals (ESAs) on the Postseconday Campus

Author: George Fuller

George Fuller is currently completing his Doctor of Education degree at the University of San Francisco (USF). George's major is Disability and Equity (Special Education). George is the Chief Executive Officer of the non-profit organization he founded, the Daniel Jonathan Fuller Memorial Fund. The organization dedicates itself to assisting disabled students in navigating the postsecondary education environment. George utilizes his Norwegian Service Dog, Ivar (E-var), to access the communities in which he is involved. He is also a retired special education teacher with a Master of Arts Degree from California State University, Los Angeles. George served three terms (12 years) on the West Covina Unified School District School Board. His tenure on the board provided him with extraordinary insights into the existence of ableism within education and its negative impact on students.