ADF understands what it takes to make a leader in the workplace and the community. Rose Lee Archer has donated hundreds of community service hours to produce award-winning programming that has received the attention of Corporate America and Government Agencies. As a teen mom of a son with disabilities who dreamed of working as a Broadcast Journalist one day, she received help from a United Way grant to fund a residential treatment for ten years to help her son advance academically and socially. Today her son is employed by Publix and is working on his GED to prepare for community college. Rose Lee and her son Pat have worked hard to build the grass root efforts of Archer Disability Foundation. In 2000 Rose Lee began teaching her son skills as a videographer and realized that persons with intellectual challenges could learn the technology and application of TV and film production. Her son has covered years of nonprofit and government events that empower persons with disabilities to achieve independent living.
Working with Vets
Working With VAMC
VA Mentor highlights engineering logs at WPB -VA Medical Center to mentees aspiring to work at VAMC
Rose Lee covers grand opening of VA cemetary in Palm Beach County.
James B. Peake
Secretary of Veterans Affairs
VA Police mentors student Mentee with disabilities who is interested in law enforcement