Jean Driscoll

Responsibility and Sports: The Red Pill

Anjali Forber-Pratt's story and living Jean Driscoll's call for responsibility to use platform of success to help others. (Youtube link)

Faces of Illinois: Anjali Forber-Pratt

Anjali Forber-Pratt might possibly be one of the most inspiring people to call the University of Illinois home. The College of Education Doctoral student is a Paralympian, holds a world championship record, multiple medals and an array of other honors. She will soon follow in the footsteps of legend Jean Driscoll, competing in the Boston Marathon in April 2011. Find out just what keeps her going in this amazing profile.

"Faces of Illinois" is a series profiling students, faculty, staff and other campus community members who are leaving their marks on the University of Illinois campus.

Wrap Up Blog from Ghana

Maybe it’s a generational thing, but there is an overwhelming majority of friends and people my age who have this burning desire to change the world. The flipside to this, however, is the overwhelming majority of the general population who thinks that people like that are overly ambitious and set unrealistic goals. But, the truth is, our team of five – Jean Driscoll, Marissa Siebel, Jennifer Scott, Tom Cameron and myself, went to Ghana and changed the world. Even more so than that, the world changed us.

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