When it comes to financing startups or facilitating diversity in the workplace, things are changing.
The world of sport is changing too. For the first time in history a golfer with Down’s Syndrome will compete for the national collegiate title in American Arizona.
The 22-year-old woman has already played with pros in Scottsdale, at one of the most important golf tournaments in the USA.
Her foundation, established two years ago, enables those with Down’s Syndrome or a developmental disability to take part in golf lessons and/or matches.
But this Special Olympian’s engagement goes further still: from 2020 to 2022 she will sit on a committee which advises the US President on matters such as sport, fitness and nutrition.