Tina Guenette Pedersen is a motivational speaker who currently is CEO, President and Founder of her own national non-profit RAMP real access motivates progress. Tina is a 4x cancer 4x stroke survivor who 8 years ago walked into a minor surgery and took a stroke to her spinal cord, she is now paralyzed from the waist down. She didn’t let that stop her instead persevered and learned to navigate the world with her positive attitude. Tina devotes her life to helping others by raising awareness of accessibility for all. From talking to school age children on introduction to engaging the disability community to bullying and dealing with life’s curve balls. Tina works with all businesses, professions and first responders on all areas of communication and best practices of working to include the disability community. She sits on the Governor’s commission on disability as Vice Chair and Chair of the Awareness committee. She loves the opportunity to share her story, meet new people and advocate for all. She is currently the first person of physical disability to win a national title for the USA Ambassador organization or any main stream pageant. It’s all based on community service and to date in the last year she has completed 4735 community service hours. Community service isn’t something she does it’s all part of her DNA. It’s just who she is at the very core. With all she has been through in her life, to get up everyday with a positive attitude and to help others is a true testimony of the type of person she really is all around.