KHS Advocacy Coordinator, Bill Krebs, honored by the City Council of the City of Philadelphia

Bill Krebs, KHS Advocacy Coordinator, was honored by the Philadelphia City Council on March 25, 2021, as a “role model for all Philadelphians” to keep fighting, advocating, and affirming the civil rights of people with disability. Bill is a leading voice in Pennsylvania and around the world, especially for people with intellectual disabilities.  He was the co-host for the groundbreaking KHS June Summit 2019, which brought together advocates with lived experience from around the world. Congratulations, Bill!

 “…WHEREAS, Bill Krebs is a role model for all Philadelphians to keep making “trouble,” fighting for civil rights, and advocating for those without a voice; therefore be it

RESOLVED, BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA, that we hereby honor Bill Krebs in fighting for and affirming the rights of all people with disabilities; and be it

FURTHER RESOLVED, that an Engrossed copy of this resolution be presented to Bill Krebs, Advocacy Coordinator of Keystone Human Services, as an expression of the sincere sentiments of this legislative body.

Introduced By: 
Councilmember Kendra Brooks”