GET TO KNOW ME

Ready to discover inspiring stories? Introducing #GETTOKNOWME, a new section where you’ll briefly learn about individuals on the spectrum who are succeeding with their talents.

Kodi Lee Rocks

Meet Kodi Lee! Who has captivated the world with his musical talent. His victory on America’s Got Talent with ‘A Song For You’ was not only a personal triumph but also a symbol of hope and inclusion. His story reminds us that every person has a unique potential worth celebrating. Follow @kodileerocks to support his talent.

 
The Chocolate Spectrum

Meet Valerie and Blake, mother and son. Together, they bring to life The Chocolate Spectrum, a project where artisanal chocolate becomes possibilities for people with autism. Valerie, a speech pathologist, and Blake, her nonverbal autistic son, embarked on this adventure in 2013. Together, they have the mission to empower people with autism through learning and employment in the chocolate world. How can you also support this initiative? By purchasing their delicious chocolates and spreading their message to reach more people. Follow them @thechocolatespectrum and stay updated on all the news of this beautiful venture

Marjorie and Isabelle's

We continue to learn about inspiring stories! Now it’s Marjorie and Isabelle’s turn from @girlagain. Marjorie, inspired by her daughter Isabelle’s passion for American Girl dolls, founded Yes She Can Inc. and the Girl AGain boutique. Girl AGain is not just a store; it’s a space for inclusion and learning where young women with autism can develop work skills. Follow @girlagain and discover how you can support this initiative. And stay tuned to Divershines to learn more inspiring stories from our community.

BLAKE HENKEL

Today is @artbyblakehenkel’s turn. He’s a neurodivergent artist who manages to transform the challenges of verbal communication into a powerful visual language.

drawings by trent

Meet @drawingsbyTrent, a 25-year-old artist who shows us that art can be a universal language! His family saw his potential from a young age. Through art, Trent found a way to connect with the outside world, expressing emotions and thoughts in a unique way. “Drawings by Trent” is more than art, it’s a call for inclusion. Trent’s story and his family remind us that we all have something special to offer the world, regardless of our differences. Stay tuned! At Divershines, we still have many more inspiring stories to discover.

 
Marjorie and Isabelle's

We continue to learn about inspiring stories! Now it’s Marjorie and Isabelle’s turn from @girlagain. Marjorie, inspired by her daughter Isabelle’s passion for American Girl dolls, founded Yes She Can Inc. and the Girl AGain boutique. Girl AGain is not just a store; it’s a space for inclusion and learning where young women with autism can develop work skills. Follow @girlagaing and discover how you can support this initiative. And stay tuned to Divershines to learn more inspiring stories from our community.