Designing Your Own Path: Clover Thursday
Clover Thursday designs accessories and sells them on her Etsy shop, Bae & Boba. Read about her journey being an artist with sight loss!
Say Hello to Denise Justin
Denise Justin wants you to ask her about her braille logo. She owns Say Hello 2 Blindness Accessories, a product line that she hopes will raise awareness about sight loss. Watch the video for her story!
Meet Chris Chamberlin of Frontier Computing
Chris Chamberlin owns an assistive tech company called Frontier Computing.
Skateboards, Sight Loss and Speaking Out with Brett Devloo
Check out our podcast with Brett Devloo, a skateboarder and entrepreneur who makes YouTube videos, a clothing line and runs a non-profit!
How Blogging Turned Ashley Nemeth into an Entrepreneur
What happened when a cyclist hit Ashley Nemeth's guide dog? She blogged about it. She has over 4,000 followers on her blog about living with sight loss. Read her story for more!
Joshua Simmonds: Passion and Purpose
Joshua Simmonds is a clinical psychologist in Montreal. For him, sight loss is an asset in business. Read about his journey and advice.
Business in Bloom: Marie Claire Bilyk
When Marie Claire received a business grant from Goodwill, she became determined to grow and succeed. Find out how she started Blossom Fitness and rose above the competition.
Meet Innovator Hillary Scanlon
Hillary Scanlon is developing tactile indicators to make waste disposal more accessible.
Meet Neena Avery
Neena Avery loves painting and crafting, but she used to give away her wares. Then, she decided to sell them on Etsy and have her own business.
Best Face Forward: How sisters Emilee and Hannah Schevers are creating community for people with disabilities
Emilee and Hannah Schevers know the importance of feeling included. That's why they created Tru Faces, an online community for people with disabilities and other identified differences to share their experiences. Read the story of these two teenage sisters and their mission to build a more open world.