What makes a successful visually-impaired woman?
This question was posed to a panel of educated and progressive visually-impaired ladies during a discussion on what it means to be a VIP Woman on Friday.
Braillist and Braille Instructor at the Trinidad and Tobago Blind Welfare Association, Barbara Dass, explained that even as visually-impaired women, they must continue to dream.
Ms. Dass is also a Lecturer of Braille at the University of the West Indies.
Assistant Librarian Two at the National Library and Information System Authority (NALIS), Cecile Als, said VIP Women are persistent, they have financial freedom and make good financial choices.
The panel discussion is an initiative of the National Library and Information System Authority’s (NALIS) Public Libraries Division in commemoration of International Women’s Day.