Disabled Writers is a resource to help editors connect with disabled writers and journalists, and journalists connect with disabled sources. Our goal is specifically to promote paid opportunities for multiply marginalized members of the disability community, and to encourage editors and journalists to think of disabled people for stories that stretch beyond disability issues. 


Cheryl Green

Image: A slim white woman with olive complexion, gray-green eyes, and shoulder-length, curly brown hair wears a purple t-shirt. She leans against a stone wall and looks toward the camera.

Contact Cheryl: chrl.grn at gmail.com

Cheryl Green, MFA, MS, is a multi-media digital and performance artist and public speaker. She integrates her educational backgrounds in Performance as Public Practice and Speech-Language Pathology with her own lived experiences with acquired invisible disabilities and disability identity. In addition to creating content, she is a professional freelance Closed Captioner and transcriptionist and is training to become an Audio Describer. Her approach to content and accessibility is to affirm the cultural and political realities of disability and deafness, and she is informed by work in disability art, disability justice, and racial justice work. Cheryl conducts trainings on ableism and presents on media representation of disability and traumatic brain injury, self-determination in cognitive rehabilitation, and applying the themes from Critical Disability Studies into post-injury rehabilitation practices.

You can find Cheryl at Who Am I To Stop ItStoryMindersFacebook, and LinkedIn


Bitch Magazine, September 2016: Locked Down

Who Am I To Stop It, October 2015: Wait, disability model what? (Audio and text)

Cheryl is available as a source and for personal essays

Additional communication availability: Phone, text, videoconference

Languages: English (Fluent)

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