Fran Itkoff, 90, and volunteer of 60 years forced to step down from National Multiple Sclerosis Society

Fran Itkoff took over her husband's position and volunteered for the nonprofit organization for the next couple of decades until a representative reached out to her recently.  Her husband suffered from MS.

Itkoff’s family has won several awards for her work with the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, and Fran Itkoff earned the Volunteer Lifetime Achievement award in 2008.

Fran asked about the meaning of gender pronouns, and was fired.

As we discussed earlier during our phone conversation, after a thorough review of our guidelines and standards, it has come to our attention that there has been a failure to abide by our Diversity, Equity and Inclusion guidelines during your time is a volunteer. Unfortunately, based on the situation we have made the difficult decision to have you step down from your volunteer position, effective immediately.

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