1. If you could invent a tool or gadget for individuals with disabilities, what would it be and why?
A magic pill to give to those who discriminate. The pill would instantly teach them understanding.
2. What advice would you have for youth with disabilities?
Love yourself. Remember… you are enough. Your differences make you who are and one of a kind.
3. If you had one wish what would be?
My wish would be that hate would become a thing of the past.
4. What do you want your legacy to be?
All people have their own unique gifts and talents. I would like the world to recognize the vast pool of talents and abilities existing in the disability community.
5. Who has been your biggest advocate or mentor? What things have they helped you with?
My mother. She taught me compassion. She taught me by example to love my fellow man, and if I see him start to falter lend him a hand. She taught me to be a strong and confident woman.