Denizens of ‘The Cave’ became changemakers and leaders. Here are some of its notable alumni

Many former denizens of "The Cave" went on to be changemakers, leading major nonprofit organizations and law firms, working in accessibility, writing books, guiding adventure tours, and more.

“All blind roads lead to Berkeley,” says Joshua Miele, a longtime resident of the Bay Area city.

Miele’s road led him to Berkeley from Rockland County, N.Y., where he first developed a love of tactile maps as a boy. He became a student at the University of California, Berkeley, in the fall of 1987, as a physics major. For others, it was a shorter journey to the Bay, from neighboring cities and towns.

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