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Dangerous Vision The Podcast

Ever wonder what it would be like to be blind in a sighted world? On Dangerous Vision, host Randy Cohen, a blind Harvard Business School professor and MABVI board of director, learns how other blind people “do blind”, navigating their way over and around obstacles with white canes, guide dogs and technology that will blow your mind.

Randy, who has Retinitis Pigmentosa, loves to learn and talk and he applies all of his professorial skills to reveal remarkable insights about what it’s like to be blind.

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Episode Four: The Silent High 5

American Idol is perhaps the biggest television show ever. While there have been hundreds to thousands of contestants there has been only one blind singer to make it into the top ten and that is Scott MacIntyre. In this episode of Dangerous Vision, Randy Cohen dives into music and dishes the dirt with Scott. Scott has something interesting to say about vision loss and is the recipient of a new kidney.

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Episode three:  Firm Footing

In part two of Randy’s candid conversation with Randy Pierce, we take a step by step journey into blind hiking. From the Grand Canyon’s smooth trails to the twists and turns of Mount Kilimanjaro, Randy Pierce describes every adventure.

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Episode Two:  Randy Squared

Randy Cohen meets Randy Pierce. While Randy Cohen lectures at Harvard Business School Randy Pierce visits hundreds/thousands of classrooms nationwide sharing his story of perseverance. Randy is the founder and President of 2020 Vision Quest, an organization that leads and inspires students and professionals to reach their peak potential.

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Episode One:  Madame President

Randy Cohen dives into the alphabet soup of blindness organizations with a rousing conversation with Kim Charlson. Kim has a lot on her mind as she looks back on her time as the first woman President of the American Council of the Blind. Kim candidly reflects on the consumer side of the blindness community while also sharing her hopes for what is ahead. Did we also mention Kim is the executive director of the Perkins Library?

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About Randy Cohen

Randy Cohen Sitting behind desk , woman wearing a hajib in front speaking into microphoneRandy Cohen, Dangerous Vision’s host, teaches finance and entrepreneurship at Harvard Business School and sits on the Board of the Massachusetts Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired. He has retinitis pigmentosa, a degenerative disease of the retina.  Not that long ago it would have been insanely difficult to teach classes, travel the world, and do all the other things he does without his eyesight.  But now a combination of cool technologies, clever tips and tricks, and simple human kindness make it all possible for Randy. But that is not enough. Randy wants to do and learn more, and maybe even things he’s never been able to do before.