When Christian Villareal was diagnosed with autism at a young age, the doctors told his parents that his future was bleak and he’d likely stay at home. But Christian quickly defied those odds. After learning graphic design in school, he became interested in using his skill as a vocation. At The Roland Center, Christian learned the fine art of screen printing and now is one of the leading team members producing T-shirts, hats and other promotional products for the community. In fact, if you like The Roland Center’s logo, it was designed solely by Christian. To hear more about Christian’s story in his own words, watch our video of him.