How Google’s Head of Brand Accessibility Drives Change for the Disabled Community by Showing Up

KR Liu talks representation, accountability, and compassion.

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In an industry where less than two percent of media represents people with disabilities, KR Liu shares how her decision to being vocal and educating others about her disabilities has inspired her career to turn from tech to accessibility. Having spoken at Adweek’s Disability Inclusion Summit and sharing best practices for a truly inclusive workplace, KR Liu tells how she began showing up, how her role at Google is empowering the voice of millions from the disabled community and why more marketers should champion deep compassion and understanding of others.

How did you get to where you are today?

My career in technology started over two decades ago but my journey as a disability advocate really started ten years ago when I pursued my passion to make hearing technology more accessible, affordable, and socially acceptable.



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