Bobbierre Heard is a SUNY Oswego student, innovative graphic designer and a proud advocate for children with disabilities. After becoming the first person in her family to graduate with an associate’s degree, Bobbierre went on to start her own clothing line BREKY (Being Real Extraordinary Kool Youth) and collaborate with Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital to create an adaptive program for children with disabilities. Bobbierre’s passion for creating inclusive community programming comes from her personal experiences living with cerebral palsy.
At less than 25 years old, Bobbierre is a star on the rise. She was recently named as one of the winners of Syracuse University’s 2021 ‘Unsung Heroes’ award.
Q&A with Bobbierre
Q: What makes AccessCNY’s mission important to you?
A: “The fact that anyone can come get help and services regardless of sexual orientation, race, ethnicity or religion.”