At age 24, Keisha Greaves was diagnosed with Limb-Girdle Muscular Dystrophy – at which point, her life changed forever. Rather than be bogged down by her diagnosis, Keisha decided to channel her energy into celebrating those with Muscular Dystrophy and other chronic illnesses. Thus began Girls Chronically Rock and the founding of her other nonprofits: The GCR Adaptive Project and the Trust Your Abilities Nonprofit for People of Color. Based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Girls Chronically Rock supports individuals in the disability community through inspiring and adaptive tees, hoodies, accessories, and swimwear.
Elizabeth Kisser, an author and founder of Agape Transition, discusses her life as a person with ADHD and how she uses her life experiences to coach others who are living with ADHD.
Candace Schoner, the host and producer of the mental health podcast Speaking Candidly with Candace shares how she rebuilds her confidence, the secret to a successful business, and a few words of wisdom for entrepreneurs with disabilities.
Dr. Angela Lauria is the founder of Difference Press™, an independent publisher and consulting agency for authors. She is a bestselling author and has helped almost 2,000 entrepreneurs write, publish, and promote exceptional expert books. She lives in Washington DC and in her free time hosts The Autistic Culture Podcast.
Christina Brookman, the host of Speaking in Spoons, a chronically ill podcast discusses what self-employment means to her, the benefits of self-employment, where her self-confidence comes from and what success looks like, and more.