Bringing Your Shadows into Light….Turning Your Weaknesses into Strengths!
Diagnosed at the age of seven with a rare visual impairment, Margot has spent most of her life legally blind. Being told she would never amount to anything and that her life was worthless, she felt left in the dark. However, learning to love and accept who she is has led her to find the light within herself. Join Margot as she shares her personal story and how our greatest weaknesses can be our greatest strengths.
Margot Wagner is the Teen Initiate Coordinator for the Alive Center. Margot received her B.A. in Human Social Services from Wisconsin Lutheran College and currently attends Aurora University as a graduate student in the Masters of Social Work program. Before becoming Alive’s Teen Initiate coordinator, Margot served as their intern for several months, she is excited to continue the journey of empowering, supporting, and guiding the youth while learning and growing herself. Margot believes that everyone is unique and beautiful, differences should be celebrated, and what we consider to be our greatest weaknesses are actually our greatest strengths