For Twitter's Head of Global Accessibility, Her Life's Work Started at Home

Gurpreet Kaur shares the personal meaning of her role at the social network

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“Progress can never be fast enough,” says Gurpreet Kaur, Twitter’s first-ever head of global accessibility.

If anyone knows that to be true, it’s Kaur. She was born and raised in India, where disability (especially neurodiversity) is still a taboo subject, with limited education and awareness around disabilities and the role of society and corporations to build an inclusive world.

Kaur faced this issue head-on when her son was diagnosed with ADHD at a young age. She quickly found her personal purpose in life: making a difference in the lives of people who have been marginalized



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