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Nadalette La Fonta doesn't want to be labeled as "young", "old" or "disabled". Following an operating accident, the one who lived a life of a hyperactive Wonder Woman became paraplegic. Three years after the accident, she became a writer and lecturer.
Women here and elsewhere
You discovered a profile of this friend of Women Here and Now in your magazine's #45. From a botched surgery that left her a paraplegic in 2014, Nadalette La Fonta-Six drew "the story of a wonderful operation" that made her live again in a different way. (To open the reader, enter the following password: FIA51)
After a career in large tech companies, Nadalette La Fonta became a "word passer". As an extension of herTedX conference "Nothing happens to us by chance, viewed more than 2 million times, she shares her convictions in a Manifesto for not missing out on life.
Having become a paraplegic following an operating accident, Nadalette de la Fonta delivers a
manifesto for not dying that reminds us of the need to live without missing out on what we are.
Nadalette La Fonta, 67 and mother of three daughters, held communication and marketing responsibilities in large groups until 2014 when she became paraplegic.
The passionate life lessons of Nadalette La Fonta, a convinced feminist and successful speaker.
WOMEN HERE AND THERE: Standing up again
From a failed surgery that left her a paraplegic in 2014, Nadalette La Fonta-Six has drawn "the story of a wonderful operation."