PRODUCER: Andrea Giudice
A lifelong resident of Connecticut, with the exception of eight years in northern California, Andrea has lived in West Hartford for the past ten years. After graduating from Simsbury High School, Andrea earned a Bachelor's Degree in Family Studies from the University of Connecticut with a concentration in marriage and family therapy. While her career path has been varied (working locally, regionally and nationally), the common theme has been educating about blindness and advocating for persons with disabilities. This theme carries through in her capacity as a public speaker and sensitivity trainer. When not working, or producing her show, she enjoys reading, movies, concerts, spending time with family and friends, horseback riding, snowshoeing, swimming, and travelling.
Andrea's hope is that "As I See It: A Blind Woman's View" is informative to the public, fostering a greater insight into blindness and disabilities. The goal is to help people realize what Helen Keller said so eloquently, "blind people are just like seeing people - the loss of sight does not impair the qualities of mind and heart.” If the topics and guests introduced on the show help even one viewer to not interfere with a working guide dog, or to no longer be afraid of interacting with a disabled person, then the show is an absolute success!
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