Dr. Sandford Greenberg: Hello Darkness, My Old Friend

Jewish Disability Services - Together, We Make An Impact Podcast by Adam Roth, M.B.A., M.Ed. & Rose Greenblatt, OTD, OTR/L

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On this episode of JDS - Together, We Make An Impact Podcast we are honored to be speaking with Dr. Sanford D. Greenberg, who at the age of 19, while studying at Columbia University in 1961, became blind when misdiagnosed glaucoma claimed his vision and, so he feared, his future. Through civic-minded entrepreneurial efforts and a passion for helping others, Greenberg overcame staggering adversity to become a singularly successful business leader and philanthropist. Having obtained degrees from both Columbia and Harvard, noted as a successful inventor, been a Whitehouse Fellow, and most recently an author with his published memoir, Hello Darkness, My Old Friend.

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