It’s not about helping the marginalized, but learning from them

By Julie Randles 1/1/2017 Assistive and adaptive technologies

Of all the titles Timothy P. Shriver holds – social leader, educator, author, film producer, entrepreneur – one gig always stands out, no matter the audience.

Shriver has been the chairman of Special Olympics since 1996, working with more than 5 million Special Olympics athletes in nearly 170 countries to promote health, education and a more unified world through the joy of sports. He’s the man responsible for the....

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