Ms. Wheelchair VA 2013-14
Little Miss Wheelchair Virginia 2013, Miss Bailee Masters
Crowned on April 6, 2013
at Woodrow Wilson Rehab Center
Brittany will spend the next year traveling throughout Virginia spreading her platform message and motto of inspiration:
Platform of Advocacy:
Educate others of the importance of an accessible world f
or people with disabilities.
Her Motto of Inspiration:
~ Taking the "Dis" out of Disability ~
The mission of Ms Wheelchair Virginia is to educate, advocate, and raise awareness of the abilities and needs of the disability community in order to influence attitudinal, architectural, and social change for all Virginians. Furthermore, our program's mission is to inspire and motivate Virginians as role models of courage and hope. A female wheelchair user is annually selected as our titleholder to carry out our mission while representing Virginians with disabilities as well as all Virginians. The titleholder has a year-long reign speaking at various engagements throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Ms. Wheelchair Virginia program is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that focuses on the accomplishments of Virginians with disabilities. The Ms. Wheelchair Virginia program has been awarded a grant from AmeriCorps, as a program that runs on the hard work and dedication of its volunteers. For more information about AmeriCorps contact Dr. Ben Helmandollar at email@example.com or visit www.americorps.gov.