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Tech Disability Project
Stories by people who work in tech and experience illness, injury or disability — whether temporary or chronic, visible or invisible.
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Stories by people who work in tech and experience illness, injury or disability — whether temporary or chronic, visible or invisible.

Editors
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Natasha Walton
Diversity + Inclusion in Denver
Writers
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Brianne Benness
Host of No End In Sight, a podcast about building a life with chronic illness. Designer at Digital Artisanal Modern X Stitch. She/Her. Procedural TV Enthusiast.
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Iris McLeary
Software engineer at Mixpanel based in San Francisco, CA.
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Nina Baliga
<div>ersity Co-founder. Fan of all things tech. She/her/hers
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Tech Disability Project
Stories by people who work in tech and have experienced illness, injury or disability — whether temporary or chronic, visible or invisible.
Go to the profile of Madalyn Rose Parker
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Liz Travis Allen
Storyteller, speaker, lawyer, disabilities rights activist. Catch me over at liztravisallen.com or at the invisiblestoriesproject.com. She/her.
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Joshua Klipp
Josh Klipp is an attorney, Certified Access Specialist and founder of Made Welcome, a consultancy specializing in access strategies for workplaces and events.
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Srin Madipalli
Entrepreneur, coder, commercial lawyer, writer, adventurer, traveller and a load of other stuff.
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Owen Blacker
Mainly-gay, mainly-Welsh political geek. Ad agency technologist; mySociety founder, director & trustee; Open Rights Group founder & director; Wikipedian. He/him
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Cakelin Marquardt
I write for machines and humans. Developer, biochemist, disabled, Buddhist, queer. Into policy, poetry, data rights, cognition research & tech diversity.