Evelyn ' Terry' Crow In 2002 Terry worked as a midwife at Queen Charlottes Hospital, West London, was a Captain in the TAVR, and was about to start a PhD. In a split second , as a result of a car accident Terry's life was turned upside down, leaving her with life threatening injuries and confined to a wheelchair.Terry did not let this deter her but rose to the challenge of making life purposeful again. In doing so she has challenged and motivated everyone she has met. Terry has continued to lecture in nursing practice , inspiring the next generation of nurses , is a partner in a business supplying individually adapted vehcles to the disabled enabling them to lead a more independent lifestyle,and recently commpleted a sponsored swim in aid of the Marie Curie Foundation. I am nominating Terry as an olympic torch bearer in recognation of her determination to continue a 'normal' lifestyle since her accident and for inspiring those around her to achieve. In her own words 'Everyone should be recognised for their worth as an individual' and her actions speak as loud as her words.