Disabled powerhouse, leading the way for equitable spaces and opportunities for all those who have disabilities across the nation, non-profit executive, Certified Prosthetist.
Whitney Doyle is leading by example – tearing down societal barriers that affect her and her disabled peers – proving that social stigma has nothing on homegrown success.
Whitney is a young woman, and confident disability advocate who isn’t afraid to speak truth to the power that disability has in continuously establishing universal equitable access around the nation. She is often called on by leaders at the highest levels of government to encourage and inspire others, and her inspirational messages are best delivered while wearing high-heel shoes on her prosthesis.
She is a member of the board of directors for three national organizations: Association of Youth Leadership Forums, the Association of Programs for Rural Independent Living, and the Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification. She’s a gubernatorial appointee for the Florida Independent Living Council, and is a long-time volunteer with Florida’s Youth Leadership Forum.
Whitney holds a bachelors of Applied Science in Orthotics and Prosthetics from St. Petersburg College, a masters in Nonprofit Management from the University of Central Florida, and she is a Certified Prosthetist.
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