AbiliTrek Blog

Welcoming Our Project Development Intern

In Access. Posted

Tripp, who is from Pacifica, CA, joins the AbiliTrek team as a Project Development Intern. Tripp is currently finishing up his education at Western Washington University. He is graduating with a bachelor’s degree in Communication Studies and a minor in Entrepreneurship and Innovation. Tripp became connected with AbiliTrek when Daman, our CEO, spoke in one […]

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Oh, the Irony

In Access. Posted

Three strikes and no more. Daman Wandke, the CEO and founder of AbiliTrek, has a new policy: no access, no presentation. Over the past two months, Daman has given three presentations on accessibility, one on physical accessibility, one on web accessibility and one on running an accessibility startup company. However, these three talks all have […]

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San Diego: Part II

In Access, Travel. Posted

San Diego is what the world could be, what the world should be. San Diego reflects the accessibility that is possible and contrasts the lack of access provided by the majority of other places. San Diego is by no means Universally Designed but relatively speaking this city takes the cake in meeting accessibility needs.   […]

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San Diego: Part I

In Access, Travel. Posted

This blog post was originally meant to recap the accessibility of San Diego and why Daman Wandke picked this city to test out AbiliTrek’s new Yelp-like platform. However, due to multiple events, it has morphed into the piece of the story about the ableism that we know all too well. Don’t worry, you will get […]

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