Elliot is a recognizable figure in creating projects based in the sphere of science and technology, and ensuring these are not only accessible but that they serve to inspire.
As co-founder and content chief of Not Impossible, founding editor-in-chief of Not Impossible Now and former executive director of The Not Impossible Foundation, Elliot and his team utilized crowd-sourcing to crowd-solve healthcare issues by providing low-cost and DIY tech to people in need all over the world. Not Impossible projects Elliot produced include - Project Daniel - 3D Printing Prosthetic Limbs for Children of War Torn Sudan; The Brainwriter - a prototype EEG sensor and eye-tracking device that enables those with ALS and other locked-in syndromes to create and communicate using just brainwaves and eye movements; and Don's Voice - a freely downloadable interface software that enables those with locked-in syndromes like Motor Neurone Disease to spell and "speak" independently
Josh Sundquist a bestselling author, motivational speaker, and Paralympic ski racer. He has spoken across the world to groups ranging from Fortune 500 companies to inner city public schools to the White House.
At age nine Josh Sundquist was diagnosed with a rare form of bone cancer and given a fifty percent chance to live. He spent a year on chemotherapy treatments and his left leg was amputated. Doctors declared Josh cured of the disease at age thirteen and he took up ski racing three years later. He trained for the next six years and in 2006 he was named to the US Paralympic Ski Team for the 2006 Paralympics in Turino, Italy.