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Spinal cord injuries (SCIs) are among the most deadly that someone can sustain. The severity and location of the injury on the spinal cord determine its impact — the higher the damage, the more severe and deadly it is likely to be. For example, a cervical spinal cord injury is more life-threatening than a lumbar SCI, although both are life-altering injuries.
According to the most recent statistics from the National Spinal Cord Injury Statistical Center (NSCISC), there are estimated to be between 247,000 and 358,000 people living with SCIs living in the United States.
Bernado Zendejas is a former TAC engineer in his 20¨s that transitioned to a Pre sales SE role in the SP segment and then got SCI during a beach vacation, after a long fight to regain mobility he´s back working for Cisco at GVE. Re-certifying his CCIE and achieving his Devnet certification. You think the pandemic is a challenge and you feel gaunt? Look for inspiration in Bernardo story a true life HERO