by Albert J. Rizzi, M.Ed. For some reason, the state of New York bars individuals who happen to be blind from securing a driver license. Because of this, many of my peers and colleagues from the disability community rely on public transportation, taxis, and the kindness of strangers to get around. This means that we
Albert J. Rizzi, MBS Founder, advocates for digital equity and AccessAbility for all in the NYTimes, discussing struggles faced when managing his personal wealth because the financial industry inadequately services those who have disabilities. Read more at the NY Times...
By Albert J. Rizzi This year’s Tony Award nominations are out and for the first time since the Tony’s have been given out, a person who happens to have a disability is a nominee. Congratulations to Ali Stroker for her nomination in the category for Actress in a Featured Role in a Musical. In the
by Albert J. Rizzi I was honored to speak at the recent TEDxMidAtlantic 2019 “Unbreakable” event held at the end of March in Washington, D.C. It was jam-packed with many distinguished speakers offering their views, including Representative Elijah Cummings and U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams as well as an up and coming future leader, Ethan