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By focusing on five pillars of brand development - professional career, philanthropy, business interaction, resources/infrastructure, and public exposure - and tying each component together to reinforce an overarching message, TFA shapes clients’ desired brand image and develops a plan to monetize the opportunities through the vast network of corporate, media and personal relationships.

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08/25/17 By: Abel Mehari

While growing up in Utah, Nicole Roundy was a driven, outgoing, and ambitious individual who had... Learn more

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07/14/17 By: Abel Mehari

When Taylor Lipsett was diagnosed with a genetic bone disease called Osteogenesis Imperfecta as... Learn more

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04/17/17 Wheel:Life by: Betsy Bailey

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An Unforgettable Journey for a Paralympic Snowboarder

While growing up in Utah, Nicole Roundy was a driven, outgoing, and ambitious individual who had huge dreams for herself while playing with her two older brothers. She learned how to compete and develop a competitive streak, which translated to her future goals down the road. But Nicole’s life took an unexpected turn as she was diagnosed with Osteogenic Sarcoma, a rare form of bone cancer that affects the femur bone and below the knee when she was just eight years old. Despite enduring rounds of chemotherapy, she was left with a life changing decision of amputating her right leg.

August 25, 2017
By: Abel Mehari

“The Rise Series” Q & A with Paralympic Gold Medalist, Taylor Lipsett

When Taylor Lipsett was diagnosed with a genetic bone disease called Osteogenesis Imperfecta as a young boy, he felt that he wasn’t going to enjoy a normal life and play sports. “My doctor told me that I was never going to play sports at the age of five,” Lipsett said. “It was pretty devastating.”

July 14, 2017
By: Abel Mehari

Stroke by Stroke: Moving Forward with Mallory Weggemann

At 18 years old, Mallory Weggemann walked into the hospital for an epidural she was receiving as part of a standard course of treatment for residual pain from a prior case of shingles. As a result of an injection gone wrong, she did not walk back out of the hospital. Despite becoming paralyzed, Weggemann was not ready to leave behind the sport of swimming, something she’d been practicing for more than half of her life.

April 17, 2017
Wheel:Life by: Betsy Bailey

Team USA Medal Tracker: Para Alpine Skiing World Cup Finals PyeongChang

Team USA's Andrew Kurka won a Gold Medal in the SuperG competition at the 2017 World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup Finals in PyeyongChang.

March 14, 2017
BY U.S. PARALYMPICS | MARCH 12, 2017, 4:51 A.M. (ET)

Five Paralympic storylines, one year out from PyeongChang Winter Games

Five storylines for the first Winter Paralympics in South Korea, one year out from the Opening Ceremony:

March 9, 2017
By Nick ZaccardiMar 9, 2017, 9:36 AM EST

Older, Wiser, More In Control, Monoskier Andrew Kurka Embraces The Spotlight In Path To PyeongChang Paralympics

Monoskier Andrew Kurka admits that when he first started racing, his strategy, as much as it existed, was simple: Point and go.

March 9, 2017
BY KAREN PRICE | MARCH 08, 2017, 6:20 P.M. (ET)

With odds stacked against her, Mallory Weggemann never lost competitive drive

Swimmer Mallory Weggemann lost the use of her legs in 2008 and permanently damaged nerves in her arm in ’14; on top of that, she battled the IPC with regards to her Paralympics classification. But despite plenty of setbacks, she's chasing another Paralympics medal in Rio.

September 17, 2016
Sports Illustrated by: Gabriel Baumgaertner

Paralympic U.S. swimmer Brad Snyder sets another record, wins fifth gold medal

RIO DE JANEIRO (WBFF) -- Paralympic champion swimmer Brad Snyder set a world record in the 100-meter freestyle and won his fifth gold medal on Thursday night at the Rio 2016 Paralympics.

September 16, 2016
45 News by: Ethan Mcleod

Paralympian Swimmer Brad Snyder Talks About His Guide Dog Gizzy: 'She Really Does Care About Me'

Paralympian swimmer Brad Snyder has a very special "best friend" by his side as he heads to this year's Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro – his guide dog Gizzy.

September 16, 2016
PEOPLE by: Char Adams

Paralympic Champion Follows Her Dreams With Unstoppable Determination

One of America’s most inspiring athletes is about to compete for the gold in Rio and once again live up to the words her father would say to her when he tucked her in each night in her childhood. “You’re the best, you can make a difference, you can change the world.”

September 16, 2016
Forbes by: Don Yaeger

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