Chelsie and her father Jon Hill, the founders of Walk and Roll Foundation, have been traveling throughout the US speaking to people about the dangers of drinking and distracted driving. Their moving story about Chelsie’s accident shares the perspectives of both parent and teenager. Her story has been featured in multiple publications, including Seventeen Magazine. She is also a featured character in the SunDance Channel documentary series, Push Girls.
Joanie Carter speaks about distracted driving and her life now in her hot pink wheelchair. Joanie is not only a newlywed but a busy stay at home mom for her step daughter and two adorable puppies..... Something about the driver.....
Maria Gast was just recently injured, February 2012, by getting in a car with a friend who had been drinking. While she suffered a spinal cord injury, her friend the driver, lost his life. Less than a year after her accident, Maria is back in college and is newly engaged!
Kaitlyn Staten, late and in a hurry to get to school her senior year, lost control of her car and hit…... She is now a paraplegic and attending her sophomore year at South Eastern University, FL. Kaitlyn is a founding member of Team Hotwheelz.
Ali Stroker has been a paraplegic since the age of two when she was in a car accident. Since the age of six, she has been a performer on stage and screen acting as well as singing. She believes her car accident was no accident at all, because her limitations have become her greatest opportunities.
Patrick Ivison was injured at 14 months old when a distracted driver backed up and ran over him. Patrick surfs in Southern California and is a freshman film student at USC.