Sarah Kourkejian's transformative journey into motherhood has profoundly altered her outlook on life, particularly in her deep appreciation for the remarkable courage exhibited by parents raising children with disabilities. Fueled by this newfound perspective, Sarah made a conscious decision to merge her professional marketing expertise with her passion for storytelling.
In her pursuit of a more inclusive and empathetic society, Sarah endeavors to create projects that not only inform but also captivate audiences. Her overarching objective is to dismantle stereotypes and reshape societal perceptions of individuals with disabilities. Recently, she unveiled her debut graphic novel, "Walsy: The Red Glove," a heartwarming and uplifting narrative that offers readers a poignant glimpse into the daily life of a child with a motor disability.
Sarah's unique blend of marketing acumen and storytelling prowess positions her as a catalyst for positive change, seeking to foster understanding and compassion through her creative endeavors. As she continues to navigate the intersection of motherhood, professional expertise, and advocacy, Sarah Kourkejian remains dedicated to making a meaningful impact in the realm of disability awareness and representation.
Walsy: The Red Glove
Graphic Novel (Children)
Walsy is almost like any other kid his age except he finds it difficult to do everyday things others might find easy to do. Why? Because of his motor disability. But that doesn't stop him from using his imagination and determination to find clever solutions to his problems and doing anything he puts his mind to. With his loving family and steadfast friends by his side, Walsy embarks on a daily journey of self-discovery. Along the way, he unlocks the true power of his unique perspective, realizing that he has a gift that allows him to touch the hearts of those around him with boundless love and compassion.
Dive into "Walsy, The Red Glove," the first volume of Sarah Kourkejian's debut inclusive graphic novel series, and prepare to laugh, cry, and be inspired through 18 beautifully illustrated short stories that introduce readers to a one-of-a-kind hero who proves that being different is what makes life more interesting.