Be a world-class athlete – Kristin Duquette

Where inspiration meets action

Kristin has worked for President Barack Obama, spoken at the United Nations Headquarters, the World Bank, and is a former world-class swimmer. Kristin is a 5x American Paralympic Record Holder, 3x Junior National Record Holder, and the former Captain of Team USA for the 2010 Greek Open. 

Kristin is currently a Preparedness Officer inside the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) under the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. She served as the Director of Diversity for the FEMA’s Women’s Forum and the Chairwoman of Washington, D.C.’s Multimodal Accessibility Advisory Council. The Clinton Foundation listed Kristin as 1 of 12 people “who will inspire you to make a difference” along with Supreme Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Kristin holds a B.A. in Human Rights from Trinity College and a Graduate Certification in Nonprofit Management from Harvard University.


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