Differently-abled education expert aims to improve lives of women like her
Years of mental and emotional abuse have served to make Karen Hall a stronger person but she said that without a mother and a grandmother who never saw her disability as a challenge she would not have been where she is today.
At 43, Hall, who was born with parts of her left hand and left foot missing, says she has seen it all and as she puts it “the worse in people”, but she was always a fighter and is now fighting for the betterment of disabled women.
“Women with special needs in particular,” Hall told Sunday Stabroek in a recent interview. “We are so vulnerable, if it wasn’t for my experiences in life and having my …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.