Orly, a chef, would use the Holman Prize to educate people on nutrition and mindful eating, with an emphasis on helping blind people recovering from addiction.
Sadaya once worked at a gas plant in the remote Australian outback. With the Holman Prize, she would start a podcast where she interviewed fellow adventurous blind people.
Jessica, who works as a Vision Rehabilitation Therapist, would use the Holman Prize to start a blind hockey team in Buffalo, New York.
Peter, who holds elected office, would use the Holman Prize to train and compete in Cape Epic, and eight-day mountain biking race in South Africa.
Adrian, who has a degree in Classical Piano, would use the Holman Prize to travel and work with orchestras, while educating people about how a blind conductor works with orchestral scores.
YouTube: Adrián Rincón Domínguez
Justin, who has studied mechanical engineering, would use the Holman Prize to develop technology that allows him to use a dirt bike independently and will attempt to set the motorcycle land speed record.
Birendra Raj is the president of his local Rotary Club. With the Holman Prize, he would train blind women to complete tactile breast examinations in Nepal.
YouTube: Birendra Raj Pokharel