Access to assistive technology is a precondition for achieving equal opportunities, enjoying human rights and living in dignity. I believe technology should help us make our lives easier and not become a burden due to high costs.
A Touch Of Sexual Assault
Sexual violence is a serious health, social and public safety issue for any community. I use the art-form of the "spoken word" to speak out and make a change for the injustices I see in the world around me.
The Cerebral Palsy Swagger
Hi, my name is Hunter. Together with my little brother, we launched "CP Swagger" a movement to raise awareness about Cerebral Palsy and the need for inclusion. Please read our story and "help" us by promoting inclusion in your own communities!
I was inspired to start iAid at age 12, after seeing a visually impaired woman struggle to cross a busy street. After years of hard work, the iAid has now been named one of the "Top 50 Ideas Worldwide for Technology in Health, Energy, and Medicine".
For Arkansas Girls
Arkansas was listed as one of the worst states for gender equality and why I founded "For Arkansas Girls," a community-based Girl Up club that encourages girls across Arkansas to advocate for other girls to reach their own full potential.
The Fresh Voices Initiative
When taking on an influx of refugees or immigrants, host countries can face dilemmas centered around racism and prejudice. Join me in bringing "Fresh Voices" to address the lack of cultural sensitivity or empathy between cultures.
We are advancing entrepreneurial education for women and young entrepreneurs in order to dismantle gender discrimination and stereotypes that are deeply embedded in our corporate cultural perceptions.
The Bridge Initiative
Young people with autism spectrum disorder (1-in-68 in the USA) need a bridge to help them transition from high school to the next step in life. Learn what you can do to help!