My name is Marcella Termini, I am the chair for the Manchester Chapter of ABLE NH (Advocates Building Lasting Equality), a current NH Leadership Series attendee. I live in Manchester, New Hampshire with my husband Jason, twin boys Vinny and Geno and daughter Lena. We are a punk rock, Brady Bunch loving crew. My twins experience Autism Spectrum Disorder and the past ten years of fighting for their civil rights have lead me to advocating for parents of and children with disabilities. I have advocated for Paid Family and Medical Leave as well as Dental Benefits for Adults on Medicaid at the state level and plan to continue advocating locally and nationally for disability, civil and human rights.
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February 27, 2019
During the recent Polar Vortex of 2019, I loaded myself and my son Vinny into the Resistance Mobile (my terrible minivan bedecked with political and justice related stickers) and for the first time in my life drove to the State House in Concord, New Hampshire to rally and testify in support of Senate Bill 1, the bill to provide Paid Family and Medical Leave as a benefit for New Hampshire residents. Why is this newsworthy? Well, a little background. I am a happily married, stay at home former punk rock mom to three wild kids. They’re fantastic. I have twin boys who are ten and a seven year old...