Sara Minkara: In the Dark

A talk from a Forbes 30 under 30

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Wednesday, November 20, 2019
11:​55 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Amon G. Carter Lecture Hall
Texas A&M School of Law

1515 Commerce Street
Fort Worth TX 76102

Admission is free, but registration is required.

Texas A&M School of Law and the Yale Club of Fort Worth are proud to bring noted speaker Sara Minkara to Fort Worth on November 20. Lunch provided.

Sara Minkara is the founder and CEO of Empowerment Through Integration (ETI), a nonprofit committed to developing a more inclusive society through empowering youth with disabilities and transforming social and cultural stigmas against disability globally. ETI is committed to achieving inclusion for all people through groundbreaking initiatives that challenge stereotypes about people with disabilities. Sara strives to elevate marginalized voices and viewpoints and promote a robust, authentic respect for individual value through the organizations.

A Lebanese-American Muslim woman who lost her sight at age seven, Sara has transformed her unwavering passion for empowering persons with disabilities into innovative, empowering programs. ETI’s programs support individuals with disabilities to become catalysts for change in their own lives, their communities, and beyond.

Sara’s personal pledge to equip young people with disabilities with the confidence and skills to succeed as individuals and advocates blossomed as an undergraduate at Wellesley College. With support from the Clinton Foundation, she founded ETI in college and expanded its programs and mission while earning her master’s degree in public policy at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government.

Today, Sara is an internationally recognized advocate in the areas of disability inclusion, female leadership, and social entrepreneurship. Dynamic and memorable, she speaks and facilitates workshops across the globe, leveraging her personal background and professional expertise on disability inclusion, social entrepreneurship, empowerment, women’s leadership, and more.


Free guest parking available in designated guest spaces in the Law School 'Howdy' parking lot located on Calhoun Street directly behind the school. Coin-operated parking meters available on the streets around the perimeter of our building and parking lots.