Angela C. Winfield, Esq.
Zero sight, unlimited vision. Featured in the Wall Street Journal, contributing author to Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Power of Positive, voted a Super Lawyers' Rising Star, and recognized as a Zeta Phi Beta Woman of Courage, Angela Winfield's story is pure inspiration.
Despite being declared legally blind at age ten, being severely depressed, withdrawn and suicidal at age 14, and going totally blind at age 20, Angela Winfield graduated high school at the top of her class, graduated from Barnard College of Columbia University and Cornell Law School, passed the bar exam and became a practicing attorney, motivational speaker, life and success coach, published author, a community leader, real estate investor, wife, and successful entrepreneur—all before reaching age thirty! Angela is currently the program Manager for the Northeast ADA Center, which is housed in the Employment and Disability Institute at Cornell.
Learn more at AngelaWinfield.com. Angela's success is highlighted as the 9th Annual Samuel N. Hecsh Window on the Working World of Law Feature story on CareerConnect.