I am a keynote speaker, advocate and model
If it wasn’t for the worst year of my life (2012), I wouldn’t be who I am today. My sudden onset paralysis opened my eyes to the many injustices, inequalities and challenges that are a part of life for those of us with disabilities. I went from dealing with a new identity of life in a wheelchair to using my situation as a platform to help others.
I co-founded ReYu Paralysis Recovery Centre, a non profit organization that uses Activity Based Training to reconnect the brain to the body, retrain the nervous system and redefine what is possible.
PUSH takes audiences into the inner world of the “Wheelie Peeps,” an unlikely group of friends and wheelchair users, bonded by their shared experience of navigating life on wheels.
Our Amazing Clients:
I am on a mission to uncover the ugly parts of bias & inspire courageous conversations about diversity & inclusion.
My sudden onset paralysis opened my eyes to the many injustices, inequalities and challenges that are a part of life for those with disabilities.
Being a woman of colour who also has a visible disability, I am an example of unwavering strength and resilience.
Are you ready to join My Movement
Bean is a self-proclaimed ‘trifecta of discrimination’, Inclusion Warrior, Entrepreneur, Model of Diversity, Wheelchair Pageant Queen.