Our mission is to champion equitable and inclusive solutions, fostering empowerment through advocacy and the sharing of personal narratives that highlight the importance of safe, and accessible streets, homes, and services for non-driving individuals with disabilities. Our members, who are experts in intersectional mobility issues, are committed to representing a wide range of communities.
We advocate for Inclusive Action through sharing personal stories that provide an insightful connection to the perspective of intersectional community members.
Advocating for Disability Rights, Transit Justice, Accessible Sidewalks, and Affordable, Accessible Housing.
Sharing Intersectional Perspectives:
Amplifying voices from the Disabled Community; representation from experienced transit riders from diverse backgrounds and modes of transportation.
Prioritizing Community Access:
Recognizing the need for Equitable Mobility, Safe Streets, access to Aﬀordable Housing, and innovative solutions involving universal design. Advocating for the accessibility of sidewalks and connection of transit centers to communities with ease and conﬁdence.
In the News
• Seattle Times: “Why You Should Ditch Your Car For A Week In October” column by Naomi Ishisaka (September 25, 2023)
What We Oﬀer
• Educating lawmakers on community priorities
• Access to Community Experts
• Collaboration among disability groups and partner organizations
Abby Griffith – Vancouver
Amandeep Kaur – Everett
Amara Schermerhorn – North Seattle; Kent
Felipe Rodriguez-Flores – Ellensburg
Jaime Torres – Pasco
Jamin Mason – Port Orchard
Jessie Zhang – Seattle
Krystal Monteros – Tacoma
Micah Lusignan – Seattle
Mitchell Chong – Tacoma
Tanisha Sepulvéda – Southwest Seattle
Teaera Turner – Tukwila
Vanessa Pruitt – Kennewick
Contact: tanishas at dr-wa dot org