Kerry Magro

Kerry Magro is an award winning national speaker and best-selling author. Kerry has become a rolemodel in the disabled community. Non-verbal at 2.5 and diagnosed with autism at 4, Kerry has overcame countless obstacles to get to where he is today.In May of 2019, Kerry received his doctorate in Educational Technology Leadership from New Jersey City University to become Dr. Kerry Magro. He currently is CEO and Founder of KFM Making a Difference, a non-profit corporation focused on disability advocacy and housing.

Today Kerry travels the country sharing his story and telling our society to define their lives and their dreams in the best way they can. Of his highlights include publishing 2 best-selling books (Defining Autism From The Heart and Autism and Falling in Love) and working on the 2012 Motion Picture Joyful Noise. Kerry currently resides in Hoboken, New Jersey. Send Kerry a speaker inquiry today here.

A SPECIAL COMMUNITY

Kerry is a professional speaker who’s on the autism spectrum. He also hosts a Facebook page called “A Special Community” where he gives a platform to those impacted by a diagnosis to share their stories.

Kerry travels the country with his camera doing on-camera interviews to highlight people impacted by a diagnosis? Would you like to request to be interviewed? LEARN MORE HERE

TESTIMONIALS

NEWS FEED

I Believe That Because Of My Autism I Will Be Able To Change The World Someday

This guest post is by Ryder Brady, a young man on the autism spectrum who has been accepted into and is attending. North Shore Community College. Ryder is applying for the Spring

I Have Asperger Syndrome And Have Been Accepted Into College For Engineering

This guest post is by Sam Kirkpatrick, a young man on the autism spectrum who has been accepted and will be attending into Southern Maine Community College.  Sam is applying for

I Have Autism And Have Been Accepted Into College Studying Animation

This guest post is by Hudson Hatley, a young man on the autism spectrum who is attending Jefferson State Community College and has been accepted into Lipscomb University. Hudson is applying

My Wish For Our Special Needs Families During The Coronavirus Pandemic

I wish that your loved ones whose routines have been drastically changed find a structure that works for them during this difficult transition. I wish that you and your family

I Have Autism, Was Accepted Into College & Hope To Become A Surgeon Or Medical Researcher

This guest post is by Ashley Fieber, a young woman on the autism spectrum who has been accepted into UNC-Chapel Hill, Furman University, Elon University, and Gardner-Webb University. Ashley is applying

How To Talk About Coronavirus With People Who Have Autism

If you are like me you’ve probably had a conversation (or seven) about the Coronavirus (COVID-19). One of the common questions as a public speaker & autism self-advocate I’ve received

It takes a village: An open letter to teachers and therapists

I know at times you may have felt underpaid and undervalued but in the last few weeks I hope you are receiving the appreciation you truly deserve for everything you’ve

5 Ways To Help Your Special Needs Child During The Coronavirus Pandemic

My inbox has been full recently with parents and educators asking for advice. During this time of CO-ViD19 based on my journey growing up with autism and me and my

Having autism and struggling through the coronavirus pandemic

Being thrown off your routine and struggling with unexpected transitions can be a challenge for anyone. I know it may not seem like a big deal for some but because

I Have Autism And Was Accepted Into College For Pre-Med

This guest post is by Annika Schoenbaechler, a young woman on the autism spectrum who has been accepted into Western Kentucky University where she’ll be majoring in Pre-Med in the hopes of

Why Your School/Business Should Host a Virtual Event For World Autism Month

While some in-person events are still planned for World Autism Month (April) many schools and businesses are canceling their plans due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19). I would like to suggest

Why You Should Wear Blue on April 2 for World Autism Awareness Day

For more than a decade now April 2nd has had a very special meaning to me. The United Nations in 2007 proclaim April 2nd as World Autism Awareness Day but