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.
Paschal served in the U.S. Navy, including time as a Navy Chaplin. He would use the Holman Prize to create a podcast and highlight the stories of other blind veterans around the country.
Matthew plays the accordion. With the Holman Prize, he would create Blind Guy Travels, an immersive 3D audio podcast that allows listeners to experience different locations worldwide through sound.
Dennis worked as a teacher ranger with the National Park service. With the Holman Prize, he would create a podcast to highlight the specific sounds from various national park locations, which would help blind people learn about the natural world in an accessible way.
Peter, a co-host of the “Eyes on Success” podcast, would use the Holman Prize to travel to the CSUN assistive technology conference, in San Diego, to gather interview for multiple episodes of the podcast.
Zeljko, a radio producer and host, would use the Holman Prize to create a podcast “for and about blind people living all over the world.”