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Virginia Breen and Elizabeth Bonker

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Elizabeth Bonker is a talented young woman who, like any other 14-year-old, is simply trying to discover her place in this world – a task made infinitely more difficult by autism. Unable to speak, Ms. Bonker nevertheless illuminates the inner world of autism through the poems she types one finger at a time. In her recently published book, I Am in Here, she implores us through her poetry to look past the unusual behaviors of autism to see the intelligent people beyond the condition. Bonker wants to be a voice for those who cannot yet speak for themselves. Her goal is to help parents, doctors and educators understand that children affected by autism are not problems to be endured, but hidden treasures waiting to be discovered. Virginia Breen is the mother of three beautiful children, two of whom are profoundly affected by autism. She has contributed inspirational stories from the journey to Elizabeth’s poetry in I Am in Here. Besides working to heal her children, Breen has more than 25 years’ experience as a venture capitalist, investing in emerging growth companies, and she currently sits on a number of corporate and non-profit boards. Previously, she studied computer science and electrical engineering at Harvard, business at Columbia and eastern philosophies in Singapore. She says even in the darkest days, she knew Elizabeth was in there. [+]
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