Hi my name is Krystin Letta, I am the Program Director of Campaign D Social Club. Social club is a recreation program for independent adults of all abilities that focuses on socialization, friendship and acceptance. We meet weekly providing an open door in the community to those seeking connection.
As a mom of Autism, I have 28 years of hands on experience of working with individuals on the Autism spectrum. I am passionate about advocating for those with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Professionally, I work in the community supporting individuals as a Direct Support Professional. I work for Heritage Christian Services, Epilepsy Pralid and Person Centered Services.
Cosmo Giunta is currently the Town of Gates Supervisor. He was elected in 2019 after serving the Town of Gates residents as the Town Clerk and Tax Receiver for 7 ½ years.
Prior to coming into the public sector, he worked 20 years in the private sector for companies such as Xerox, Paychex and PAETEC with background that included roles in Consulting, Customer Service, Finance and Operational Management.
Cosmo earned a dual Bachelors of Arts at the State University of Buffalo in Geography and Italian with a concentration in International Business & Trade. He is a lifelong resident of Gates, graduating from Gates Chili HS in 1987 and a Gates Chili Hall of Fame inductee in 2019.
Michael Nersinger is the Interim-Chair of the Board of Directors for Campaign D and was one of the original seven when this idea was hatched in an Olive Garden one crazy Friday night. He has been an active parent in many other organizations, including Boys Scouts of America, Artists Unlimited, and Greece Girls Soccer League.
Mike has held various responsibilities within the Environment, Health, Safety & Sustainability organization at Xerox Corporation for thirty years. Mike received his bachelor’s degree at the University at Buffalo. He also holds a Master of Science in EH&S Management from Rochester Institute of Technology.
A life-long resident and proud west-sider, Mike makes his home in the Town of Greece with his wife and two children, whom he credits for wanting to open the dialogue about acceptance in our local communities.