​​Teen Miss Ambassador
Jessica Wise
2017  Ms. Wheelchair Virginia

Lelia Dunning

Check out the new disability Podcast Hosted by Rick Sizemore, Director of Wilson Workforce Rehab Center

Podcast

1st Runner-up

Allyson Hart

The MWVA Mission is to EDUCATE, ADVOCATE and RAISE AWARENESS
 of the Abilities and Needs of people with disabilitiesin order to
INFLUENCE attitudinal, architectural, and social change for ALL Virginians.
Would you like to travel throughout the state to promote disability education and awareness?
Do you have a desire to spread a powerful message about living with a disability within your community?
Do you have good communication skills?

Ladies of all ages who use a wheelchair or scooter for 100% of your community mobility and have been a resident of Virginia for the last 6 months, 
WE ARE SEARCHING FOR YOU! 
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NOTE: If you have photos from the 2017 Gala event that are not displayed on site, please feel free to send an email from contact page. Thank you!
Ladies in Virginia who use wheels for mobility... We are searching for you!

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2017 Gala Weekend Photos

Check out the Events Page for upcoming fundraisers and ways to get involved with the program. We are always looking for volunteers and ways to impact the community! Have an idea? Contact us and tell us all about it! 

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  Ms. Wheelchair Virginia Inc.
Mailing Address: 7083 Hickman Cemetery Rd.
Radford, VA 24141
Phone: 540-838-5022     

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“We are all different, which is great because we are all unique. Without diversity life would be very boring.”
— Catherine Pulsifer

​​Our Vision is to INSPIRE​ and MOTIVATE​ Virginians as "roll" models of COURAGE & HOPE.

Little Miss Ambassador
Brianna Pena