is a USC film grad and actress living her own gold medal, if improbable script. Loading her car in 1995, she was pinned against her vehicle when an out-of-control car veered into her driveway. In order to save her life, both of her legs were amputated. Stephani’s will to live was astonishing and she was determined to overcome this unthinkable, catastrophic experience. While in intensive care, this actress and film director had a dream of making a documentary film about her recovery. Suddenly her life’s worst tragedy became the backdrop for her most important film, “The Lengths I Will Go.” Three years and 11 reconstructive surgeries later, she took her first adaptive skiing lesson. Since then she has won 5 Paralympic medals, 4 World Champion titles and 5 Overall World Cup titles. Through her extensive media coverage, the reigning Paralympic champ has become a much sought after motivational speaker. Whether Stephani is speaking to corporations, inner city schools or racing down the slopes, those around her realize Stephani Victor possesses the rarest of gifts: the ability to positively inspire, motivate and lead.