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Adi Altschuler

For Adi Altschuler, “inclusion” and “safe spaces” have been a way of life since childhood. More than performative buzzwords, she embodies both by truly seeing and hearing those who are different.


At the age of 16, Adi successfully established Krembo Wings, a social movement for all youth with and without disabilities. The idea blossomed from a beautiful friendship she had with a young boy with cerebral palsy. She would later tackle the Israeli school system, using her skills and connections from her corporate role at Google to create a program that champions inclusivity in the classroom.


Join Gil as he discovers the remarkable ways Adi continues to leave a more kind and equitable mark on the world.

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storymark is hosted by Gil Galanos. Our Producer is Elie Bleier. Our Associate Producer is Rebekah Sebastian. Our Editor is Zev Levi.

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