We met in the summer of '11 in NYC, training Amtrak employees on the proper ADA way to handle passenger's w/disabilities. At that time, I was working for Open Doors Org. I believe you spoke with Eric Lipp, the CEO there, a number of times.
Jack, because so much of what you went through as a result of the TBI, is very similar to my own experiences, and even though it's been awhile, I'm hoping you liked my speaking style enough to guide me to org. or firms you know of that would be possible employers.
I believe that you are talented and you are very inspiring to me. You show me that whatever a person can go through they can always get back. Your a perfect person to me. Life comes with some disabilities. I have a sister with Joubert syndrome and she also show me that disabilities are normal , she just learns alittle slower. One question : did you have to learn how to speak? If so , for how long ? What was it like being in a choma after drinking and driving?
This was a very uplifting and inspiring video. I am glad you are okay and I am praying for you. How does it feel to know that you inspire people from around the word?
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.