This program focuses on partnering with local schools, enabling them to build clubs, all in order to educate future generations.
How to Join
We are always looking for dedicated and talented individuals to join our team in managing the charter program. If you are interested in taking on this exciting opportunity to contribute to the success of the program, please email Neil Chaudhari at [email protected] with the subject 'Request to Join Charter Program Management Team'. In your email, please introduce yourself, provide details about your relevant experience and skills, and explain why you are interested in helping to manage the program. We look forward to considering your application and the potential for you to make a valuable impact on the program.
William McGonagle is one of the co-founders of the FPA. Born on September 8th, 2004, he currently resides in Bridgeport, Connecticut near the headquarters of the FPA. After seeing how income disparity contributes to a shortage of education, he decided
Neil Chaudhari is one of the co-founders of the FPA. After discussing how income disparity in our county contributes to a shortage of education, he and William McGonagle began to work on the FPA.
Charles Ferragu is an FPA board member who was born on November 13, 2006 and presently resides in Southport, Connecticut. When he learned that his dear friends William and Neil were launching a non-profit to help address the education shortfall,
Jamie Davis is an FPA volunteer who has been working with the Charter program since its inception. He and Tristan Ibrahimi have worked to build the charter program through community building with schools and organizations that share similar missions with
Tristan Ebrahimi is an FPA volunteer closely connected to the Charter program as he has been working on it since its beginning. He and Jamie Davis have worked hard to craft it into the community-driven, colaborative, and supportive program that