Founder and CEO
Daniel is a 25-year veteran teacher of students with disabilities, a teacher of the arts for blind students, an inventor, an artist, and a father. He is dedicated to enhancing the lives of those with disabilities, particularly, those who are blind or have low vision.
Inspired by her son, Alison became a TVI, Executive Director of Programs and Development, and Co-founder of Blind Early Services Tennessee. She has extensive experience in education, client and employee management, marketing, and business development.
Chief Experience Officer
Mathew is a committed advocate of literacy and education. He is an expert in assistive technology for those who are blind and serves as an Assistive Technology Teacher for adults who are blind at the Foundation For Blind Children.
An expert in the current state and future outlook for assistive technology Eurydice resides in Japan. Teacher of English and English/Japanese real-time translator. Braille and tactile learning advocate.
Chief Legal Advisor
Andrew is an expert in litigation and intellectual property and is an engineering consultant. He is a former Partner of Dechert, LLP, and Akin, Gump, Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP, and a graduate of MIT, MIT Sloan School of Business, and Columbia University School of Law.
Chief Advisor to the CEO
A connected and transformational non-profit leader, Kirk is the former President and CEO of the National Foundation for the Blind, and the Lighthouse for the Blind Seatle. He is currently following his passion as Managing Director of Innovative Impact LLC.
Advisory Board Member
An Orientation and Mobility instructor, Ben recieved a Bachelor’s Degree in 2013 from Montclair State University. and a Master’s from Louisiana Tech University in 2014. Knowlegable in all things assistive technology with a concentration on tactile displays.
Social Media Marketing Manager
Sadi has never allowed her blindness to limit her passion for storytelling. She attended an art school for performing arts and film production. Her unique perspective as “Sadi the Blind Lady” is now used to educate and entertain hundreds of thousands on Social media.
Advisory Board Member
Going blind later in life led Bill to become an outspoken advocate for the blind, especially where he lives in Kalamazoo, Michigan. He is passionate about the availability of resources for young learners.
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