1979 –
OPTIMISM

“I believe in the power of meaningful community to create impactful change. Without shame, without judgement – we are better together, always.”

Elizabeth was born with a limb difference, at a time when her parents had to fight for a lot of her rights, including going to mainstream school. Aged only 13, she decided that she wanted to compete at the Paralympic Games. She came out on top, winning three medals for Australia and breaking world records. Having competed, she set new challenges including becoming an artist. Now she helps young people with the character they need to achieve their goals. Elizabeth believes that her resilience, optimism, and courage helped her achieve.

What do you need to develop in yourself to succeed?

http://www.elizabethwright.net/