Markus Walloschek

Markus Walloschek

Erfurt, Germany

Markus is active in politics and business: he introduced Wheelmap.org to the state parliament in Erfurt and is committed to improving accessibility by increasing the number of mobile ramps in his region.

Herbert Winterleitner

Herbert Winterleitner

Graz, Austria

Herbert is working to break down physical and mental barriers. He organizes mapping events for Wheelmap.org and is involved in various projects in Graz.

Stefan Utz

Stefan Utz

Munich, Germany

Stefan loves his hometown Munich and is working to make more of his beautiful city accessible for wheelchair users with the help of “Wheelramp” mobile ramps.

Kassandra Ruhm

Kassandra Ruhm

Bremen, Germany

Kassandra organizes mapping and ramp events in Bremen. She focusses on those locations that make life more enjoyable, such as cafés and bars, but which often have a step at the entrance.

Ronald and Giovanna Osorio

Ronald and Giovanna Osorio

Lima, Peru

Ronald und Giovanna are making Wheelmap.org known on tv and radio in far-away Peru. They are also carrying out a mapping project with university students.

Yasuto Furukawa

Yasuto Furukawa

Hokkaido, Japan

Yasuto participates in the “Wheelmap Project” that takes place in Hokkaido and Tokyo. The group organizes monthly mapping events and has already marked thousands of places in Japan.

Gonzalo García Castilla

Gonzalo García Castilla

Izcalli, Mexico

Gonzalo has called upon well-known restaurant chains to enter their locations on Wheelmap.org. He keeps the media up-to-date and initiated a mapping project at his university.