An accomplished architect who suddenly lost his sight seven years ago, Chris has channeled his grit and creativity to carve out a unique niche for himself in the field of architecture.
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Dr. Cary Supalo
Dr. Cary Supalo started losing his vision when he was seven years old due to familial exudative vitreoretinopathy (FEVR).
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Rose Miller has worked for the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office (AGO) for over 23 years and is currently the Information Services Coordinator in the AGO’s new Information Services Center.
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Geerat J. Vermeij
Blindness has allowed Geerat J. Vermeij to see the world around him in a uniquely powerful way.
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Denna Lambert was born with congenital cataracts. Due to her residual vision, she relied on large print and audiobooks in the classroom.
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Patricia (Trish) McWhan awoke one morning with no sight in her right eye. She was diagnosed with optic neuritis at the hospital where she received treatment.
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As someone experiencing vision loss early in his career, Erich Manser quickly gained an appreciation for creating and supporting technology that everyone can use.
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Sarah Blake LaRose
Sarah Blake LaRose attended Anderson University, where she earned a Master of Divinity (2009) and Doctor of Ministry (2019). Sarah was born three months early and has lived with a visual impairment all her life as a result.
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Darren Burton uses two PC computers, one Mac computer, two iPhones, one iPod, two iPads, two Android phones, and two Android tablets on a daily basis.
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Vivian Conger has been working at Walla Walla Community College as the receptionist for the Technology Services Helpdesk since June 2004.
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