About Us

Letisha’s Story

Letisha was born without arms and at an early age had to learn how to do everything with her feet. Letisha has inspired millions of people across the world with her YouTube channel Tisha UnArmed where she makes informational and humorous videos of her daily life without arms.

V15able was developed at the University of Missouri – St. Louis through the Entrepreneurial Quest Accelerator (EQ) program where Letisha developed the skills she needed in order to take her concept of showing that people with disability are more than just their disability, to the next level. After winning the first place in UMSL’s first-ever EQ program with a $15,000 grant Letisha put forth some of the money to building out an official business plan and conducting additional customer discovery.

Chris Miller, the founder and CEO of the Mission Center and Micheal Kehoe the founder and CEO of Johego mentored Letisha through the competition and believed in the mission of V15able so much that they continue to mentor Letisha through the process of building the business. More recently V15able has won an Arch Grant, which is a $50,000 grant, to put toward awards building the online platform.

“When I saw how much of a difference the youtube channel was making I knew that I wanted to help other people like me gain the confidence they needed in order to take back their independence. I am really exited to see what the future holds for V15able we think that this platform to truly express your capabilities is going to change the world.”

Letisha Wexstten

Letisha Wexstten

V15able | FOUNDER & CEO


  • Speaker at Women’s Leadership Institute
  • Speaker at UMSL Entrepreneur Camp
  • Featured on NPR, St. Louis Post Dispatch, St. Louis Business Journal

Awards & Mentions

  • EQ Accelerator
  • Launchcode Moonshot Award Winner 2020
  • Arch Grants Recipient