Samuel Habib, 21, is a high school graduate and community college student currently pursuing a career as a multimedia storyteller. He interned at the local community access television station in Concord, NH and had a paid job at a video production studio. In 2016, he created a film about disability rights leader Judith Heumann, that was featured in the Breaking Down Barriers Film Festival in Moscow, Russia. Samuel also helped Dan create the nationally broadcast film Mr. Connolly Has ALS. Samuel uses a wheelchair for mobility and a communication device (as well as his voice) to express himself. In addition to exploring his current and future academic and career options, Samuel also navigates significant, chronic health challenges.
August 2nd, 2022 | 56 mins 50 secs
assistant principals, awsp, education, k-12, leadership, principals
In this podcast, My Disablity Roadmap Co-Directors Samuel Habib and Dan Habib introduce the 23-minute film that recently appeared in the New York Times. Following the film's audio, Dan interviews Samuel about his education, post-secondary transition, the process of making the film, and more.
May 11th, 2021 | 1 hr 38 secs
assistant principals, awsp, education, inclusion, inclusionary practices, ipp, k-12, leadership, principals
On May 10th, 2021 we concluded two years of work around inclusion with an amazing panel of experts. Join AWSP, Alfredo Artiles, Dan Habib, Samuel Habib, LeDerick Horne, Keith Jones and Lauren Katzman for an hour long discussion around the state of inclusion today, and looking at the future.