Deborah L. McFadden

Deborah was appointed by President George H.W. Bush as U.S. Commissioner of Disabilities, a position she held from 1989-1993. Deborah works with individuals and with parents of children with disabilities to help them secure SSI, SSDI, and other crucial resources. She is also the mother of two USA Paralympic athletes. Tatyana McFadden is one of, if not the most honored and recognized track and marathon athletes with a disability in the world. Hannah McFadden has been ranked third in the world in rock climbing.