top of page


Rey Grandoit is a noteworthy leadership figure in the field of resilience and overcoming adversity. He is a motivational speaker, author, podcast host, entrepreneur, and advocate for people with disabilities. Boston, Massachusetts, is the hometown of Rey. When Rey was just 14 years old, he contracted spinal meningitis, which left him paralyzed from the waist down. In addition to mentorship, disability advocacy, and wheelchair basketball, he has made significant contributions to the world. 


Our mission is to empower students to cultivate gratitude, broaden their perspective, and shape a positive attitude. We believe that by fostering a mindset of appreciation and understanding, students can unlock their full potential and create a ripple effect of positivity in their lives and communities.

Through our programs and initiatives, we aim to provide resources, support, and inspiration that will encourage students to embrace gratitude for the opportunities they have, develop a broader perspective by embracing diverse experiences and ideas, and nurture a resilient and optimistic attitude that propels them forward in the face of challenges.


We are committed to instilling in students

the belief that their attitude and perspective can shape their future and enable them to make a meaningful impact in the world.

bottom of page