Carolyn Meyer, director of the Louis Braille School, was awarded ‘The One World Award’ by the Washington Council of the Blind at its annual convention in November.
Carolyn was recognized because of her
outstanding contributions which have provided an opportunity of equal access for people who are blind or partially sighted. Because you do what you do, blind children are taught skills affording them independence for life, and the use of braille will live on in Washington State. Your efforts represent large steps in the concept of one world for all.
The Washington Council of the Blind has a rich history of legislative and community involvement. It works to promote equality, independence, and opportunity for blind individuals in all aspects of the community.