Today, more than ever in the history of marketing, consumers are buying from brands that share their values. It takes more than a great product to succeed; it takes a believable, shared philosophy about how we live our lives.  Fearless Independence brings the unique viewpoint of ability, positivity, and fun into focus for Gen Z to follow, especially those who identify with a disability. 

With the following of several major brands, Fearless Independence knows the touch points of her audience to build the connections to your product and business. 

What We Influence

We believe in today’s media representation. If your company is not leading by example in diversity, you’re not in the game. Let our team ensure your shared values and goals align with your targeted audience while speaking to the differently-abled community.


Fashion modeling


Blog guest writer ( lifestyle, fashion, women empowerment, ability advocacy)


Guest podcast panelists


Social media brand/product promotion


Video and social media live appearances


Advisory panels


Fitness and healthy lifestyle



Zappos Headquarters

Las Vegas

Runway of Dreams x Tommy Hilfiger

Runway Show and Gala,  NYC

Tobii Dynavox

United Cerebral Palsy Foundation

Design for Disability Gala, NYC

Mindy Scheier &

Barbara Bradely Baekgaard

Vera Bradley National Buying Office

5th Avenue, NYC


Paradox Conference


The Future of Now 2020 Crystal Ball Predictions Part 4 

If you’re hoping to gaze into a crystal ball to see what 2020 holds for your company, your industry and the world, we’ve got the next best thing. Live today, January 8 and on January 15, 2020 – and on-demand from December 4, 11 and 18, 2019 – we’re bringing you predictions from 60 thought leaders covering the exciting technologies. READ MORE

Tech Goes To College: Opening Doors for Unique-Ability Students.”

The Buzz: “The transition from high school to college life is difficult enough for any number of students without considering a disability” ( Bryan Stromer describes Cerebral Palsy as a part of his identity: “If someone has already written me off because of the way I walk, it gives me the opportunity to prove them wrong and exceed their expectations, while also hopefully redefining how they think about disability” ( The Vocational Rehabilitation Act of 1973…many college campuses began to rethink their facilities…powered accessible doors, wheelchair ramps and elevators in all multi floor buildings” ( MORE

As a young woman with a disability, I have a slightly different perspective on independence and what it means to me. For most of my life, my parents, therapists, and doctors have played a substantial role in my decision making. As I grew up, I came to realize that I wouldn’t be fully “independent” and would always need assistance for daily living routines. That meant I would have to learn to speak up for myself and advocate for my own decisions…. READ MORE

‘It’s always been a part of me’: UF students with disabilities

“Living to the best of our abilities without fear of failure can take us to our dream destinations,” Parrish said. “I’m not sure where all this will lead me, but I do believe you and I can make a difference in the world if we try.” READ MORE

“Teen Fashionista focuses on Adaptive Design”

Read Delaina’s first published article and how she formed a passion for the fashion industry in high school.  Her personal experiences in adaptive design led to collaborations in NYC with numerous industry professionals. These relationships have provided her with the knowledge and network to transition to the business side of fashion. READ MORE

“Becoming Fearlessly Independent!”

Listen to Delaina’s keynote address for the Florida Occupational Therapy Association’s statewide conference! She shared the story of how therapy has played a critical role in her life. READ MORE


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