Striving for independence Danielle McGill, born with cerebral palsy overcomes many obstacles, but has not let life’s challenges define her. Presently, she works at Ann Storck Center as the Advocacy Coordinator. In this role, she developed the A Ride Away Program. The Program assists individuals with disabilities in navigating various modes of transportation.
Ms. McGill's compassion, experience, and tenacity enable her to identify and secure the resources individuals with disabilities need. Ms. McGill advocates statewide and nationally for all individuals with disabilities on various councils, boards, and committees. This year, she was recognized with the Idelio Valdes Advocacy and Leadership Award for her work to support the personal growth of individuals on their journey to independence.
Danielle’s journey shows what self-determination is against all odds. Presently, she provides consultations, training, and resource materials using Empower Possibilities.
Breaking barriers to empower possibilities for individuals with disabilities.
Empowering individuals with disabilities to live their best lives.
Experience and Guidance
Empower Possibilities aims to inform about resources and tools individuals with disabilities need to succeed in employment, education, and recreational activities.
Community and Inclusion
Empower Possibilities brings awareness about disability issues through videos and blogging. Individuals are able to share experiences of how the issues impact their lives.
Empower Possibilities focuses on abilities and empowerment to create positive change. Danielle's story of overcoming adversity empowers individuals.