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Kennedy, Jr. If John F. He understood that he was not like everyone else and he worked hard to level that playing field for others. He believed, if you gave people opportunity, along with responsibility, they would rise to the occasion and ultimately succeed. John understood the dignity that came with opportunity and that if you put people in a bit over their heads they would rise to the occasion.
He could have had anyone he wanted working for him but he hired me, a Bronx girl from a blue-collar working family with no Ivy League education, and gave me a chance. He gave me more responsibility than I was prepared for and I continued to grow and learn that what John valued more than anything was loyalty and a strong work ethic.
Giving front-line workers who cared for people with disabilities access to higher education and an opportunity to be successful in their field would provide better care for the disabled.
If John ever had the chance to occupy the White House, his presidency would be about lifting people up and giving them the chance to realize their potential. That's what he believed America stood for: hope.
John would have been a hands-on leader as he was at George magazine. Toiling away late at night with his staff, sleeves rolled up and doing whatever it took to get the job done, even if that meant playing receptionist.
John wasn't above the people. He lived his life among us and for that he will always be remembered as exceptional to those who knew him.