Daniel Kish, President, Lead Perceptual Navigation Instructor, and high profile Activational Presentor

"The greatest learning happens when we challenge what we think we know." - Daniel Kish

A photo banner shows Daniel Kish, President of World Access For The Blind, projected on a large screen as he rehearses for his session called “What Are We Thinking”, which is depicted as a graphic on another large screen beside him. Both are suspended over a multi-colored, multi-panel light installation at TED2015 in Vancouver. The headline reads: Daniel Kish Wows at TED2015 Truth & Dare.

Professional Bio

About Daniel's academic background and publications, public service career as navigation instructor and technical consultant, and development of his high profile activational presentations.

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Selected media and biographical pieces featuring Daniel and his work with clients and partners, includes samples of some of his High profile activational presentations.

Daniel's Credentials and Certificates

Daniel Holds two Masters degrees, Life-Span Developmental Psychology from California State University, San Bernardino, and Special Education from Cal. State Los Angeles. Daniel also holds two current national certificates in orientation and mobility - Certificated Orientation and Mobility Specialist (COMS), since 1996, and National Orientation and Mobility Certificant (NOMC), since 2005. He is the first blind person to obtain the COMS, and also the first to obtain both certificates.

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