Science and Technology

Among the Changemakers of Science and Technology are disabled people with accomplished academic careers, entrepreneurial energy and expertise in creating new avenues for accessibility and user-centered design.

Often because of necessity, and because of our less than accessible environment, many people with disabilities become creative and ingenious problem-solvers. They frequently have to improvise solutions to practical and technical problems that make for skilled collaborators and strategic thinkers.

An energetic colored pencil drawing of a white man with dark hair and glasses in a wheelchair with handles that could be wings.
Ralf Hotchkiss by Kathy Wilson Color pencil and biro, 8 x 10 inches, 2019
A pale-skinned man with dark eyes and short dark hair, wearing a dark suit and tie in delicate watercolor and a pale blue background.
Michael Andrew Iseri by Michael Nuñez Watercolor, 16 x 20 inches, 2019
A careful drawing in colored pencil on paper of the head and shoulders of a white man with thick dark hair and a closed right eye. The detail of his shirt is carefully drawn.
Josh Miele by Judy Shannon, color pencil and watercolor, 11 x 15 inches, 2019
A white man with very short hair, drawn with fine color pencils, wears a suit and tie, against a pale orange background.
Dr. Hoby Wedler by Hacer Acma, color pencil, 16 x 20 inches, 2019