The Reactor Room Program Roles

The Reactor Room Program is a social impact initiative that harnesses the power and the energy of community and collaboration.

“We live in a world in which we need to share responsibility. It’s easy to say, ‘It’s not my child, not my community, not my world, not my problem.’ Then there are those who see the need and respond. I consider those people my heroes.”

Fred Rogers

What is the role of an activator?

An activator is a person who ‘activates’ the progress of an adult on the autism spectrum by bringing connections to the Reactor Room. These panel members bring connections that have the potential of creating new opportunities for adults on the autism spectrum.

What is the role of an energizer?

Energizers are individuals who are part of our Spectrum Fusion community and graciously give of their time and their talent to help our adults on the spectrum achieve their goals.

What is the role of a connector?

A connector is the member of the greater community who connects Spectrum Fusion with other organizations who may be able to help an ave potential connections for an adult on the autism spectrum.

What is the role of a catalyst?

A catalyst is a person who assists in following up on the leads/connections included in the activation plans.

What is the role of an ignitor?

An Ignitor is an individual who provides projects and opportunities for adults on the autism spectrum.

What is the role of a reactor?

A reactor is a participant on the spectrum coming through the Reactor Room Program.