The Path to Self-Sufficiency Starts with Accessibility, says Serina Gilbert

Many companies simply don’t know where to start when it comes to accessible design. We’re on a mission to change that – one Explorer at a time! We recently sat down with Serina Gilbert, the State of Colorado’s Program Manager for the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR), to learn more about how accessibility has played […]

How Kathryn Webster Owns Her Own Story, and Her Advice for Other Blind and Low Vision Employees

Blind and low vision individuals are woefully underrepresented in the workforce, but even more so when it comes to non blindness fields like business and finance. As an MBA student and management consultant in corporate America, Kathryn Webster is used to being the only blind person in the room – but she’s on a mission […]

Greg Stilson on What Organizations Stand to Gain When They Prioritize Accessibility

It’s no secret that blind and low vision individuals face heightened barriers when it comes to securing workplace opportunities and advancement. Join us in celebrating National Disability Employment Awareness Month as we spotlight individuals who overcome these barriers through assistive technologies like Aira.  We sat down with avid technologist, experienced product manager, and busy father […]