Cheri Arnold is determined to bring attention to issues impacting veterans living with paralysis and other disabilities such as post-traumatic stress disorder, and the deteriorating VA healthcare services in Washington, DC.
Ian Mackay is a passionate advocate for greater accessibility of bike paths and multi-use trails for wheelchair users and other people living with disabilities.
Frances M. Ozur Cole will be attending Roll on Capitol Hill to advocate for greater access to complex rehab technology and medically necessary wheelchairs.
Megan Hammond, SCI research assistant and wheelchair user, will be attending Roll on Capitol Hill to advocate for improved community integration of people living with disabilities.
Rick Hayden will be attending Roll on Capitol Hill to urge his representatives to provide people living with SCI/D greater access to complex rehab technology.
Jose Hernandez will speak with legislators at the Roll on Capitol Hill on issues that affect the independence and quality of life for people with SCI/D and other pre-existing conditions.
Powdrell, an aerospace engineer and brain stem stroke survivor, will be attending Roll on Capitol Hill to meet with lawmakers to discuss vital services for persons with disabilities.
United Spinal Association’s Roll on Capitol Hill will host Richard Bagby, former collegiate athlete and deputy director of our Virginia chapter.
Andrea Dalzell, Ms. Wheelchair New York 2015, will speak with legislators on issues that affect the quality of life for people with spinal cord injuries.