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Kristin is standing behind a blue podium in front of a colorful mural delivering her speech to the high school students at the Justice Institute. Zoe is laying next to the podium.


In her speeches and trainings, Kristin uses storytelling to show how she orients herself towards challenges and is able to learn, persevere, and grow.


Her unique experiences living in Southern and Eastern Africa, losing her vision, having an organ transplant, being an endurance para athlete, and working with various marginalized communities helps people understand that their differences are their greatest assets.


Kristin’s story communicates that we all have the choice to turn challenges into opportunities and the ability to mold and write our own story.

If you would like to book Kristin for a speaking engagement, please contact her here.

Kristin speaks at the gradiation of Saint Mary-Of-The-Woods College in Indiana. Zoe, her seeing eye dog, lays at her feet next to the podium.

"Kristin was the perfect speaker for our sorority's annual Founders Day event! She captivated the attention of 100+ women ranging in age from 18 to 83, and I've received nothing but positive feedback from the attendees. Kristin's speech was customized for our group in a meaningful way, and we'd gladly have her back to another event to share more of her story."

- Lindsey, Delta Gamma Sorority

"This presentation was the best of the conference. Real, informative, eloquent. Everything I came for and more."

- Event Attendee, American Foundation for the Blind (AFB)

- Event Attendee, American Foundation for the Blind (AFB)

"Awesome story and insights shared. Extremely inspiring and insightful."

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