Do you think blind people are limited in what they can do in their life? Cindy Freeman's guest Mark Riccobono will share what he thinks on Purpose Talk Radio, Monday, Oct 28.
Mark Riccobono was diagnosed with glaucoma and aniridia at age five. Nonetheless, Mark attended public schools, graduating with honors while active in debate and track. Mark earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He currently is executive director of the National Federation of the Blind Jernigan Institute—the only research and training institute developed and directed by the blind. In January 2011 at the Daytona International Speedway, Mark navigated a car equipped with nonvisual technology for 1.5 miles, demonstrating the first time a blind individual has driven a street vehicle in public without the assistance of a sighted person. For more of Mark's background, visit Purpose Talk Radio.
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