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Aimee Mullins

Athlete, Actress, Model

Aimee Mullins' keynotes spotlight her success in athletics, modelling and acting despite a medical condition known as fibular hemimelia that resulted in the amputation of both her legs at the age of one.

Determined to overcome the stigma society places on individuals suffering from physical disorders, Mullins competed in the 1996 Paralympics in Atlanta in the 100-meter dash and long-jump. In 1999, she walked the runway for British fashion designer Alexander McQueen on a pair of handmade prosthetic legs.

Having appeared in dozens of photo shoots, television interviews and campaigns, Aimee Mullins is an inspiration to millions of other individuals suffering from physical disorders.

Aimee Mullins' keynotes discuss her determination and drive to overcome her disability. By sharing her experience wearing the 12 different sets of prosthetic legs throughout her career as an athlete, model and actress.

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