Grant G. Bertonneau is an assistant living in Washington, D.C. He was diagnosed with autism at age eleven, which sparked his passion for disability rights. He has fundraised for the Newton Learning Center, a nontraditional school specializing in educating autistic children. He earned an International Baccalaureate Diploma from Earl Wooster High School in 2015 and received both a Bachelor of Science in International Business and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Nevada, Reno in 2020. Grant is an avid solo traveler. He studied abroad in Germany, speaks conversational German, and has been to twelve countries in addition to twenty-five US states. He has also ridden more than 300 roller coasters. When not working for DRI or fundraising for disability education, you may see him at your local amusement park.