Andrew “Drew” Chismar has spent his career in early education with an emphasis on special needs children and students in low income areas. He has been involved first-hand with eating disorders, as a few of his students on the autism spectrum have struggled with food types and textures. One of his passions is to instill positive body image in his students and for everyone to understand they are beautiful.
A big supporter of the arts, Drew also gives his time and resources to numerous human rights charities. He enjoys playing intramural kickball in Atlanta, travels to Disney World twice a year, and his claim to fame is doing the First Wives Club finale dance on Peachtree Street for Diane Keaton.
This year, I am one of the competitors in the Celebrity Dance Challenge, the annual fundraiser for EDIN. We are reaching out to our networks to help this organization prevent eating disorders through education, awareness and early intervention.
Every one of your dollars is going straight to this worthwhile cause. Each dollar donated below is equal to one vote for me. Thank you so much for your support!