Fast Company is recognizing four individuals from Microsoft for their innovations and achievements, naming them as members of the publication’s “Most Creative People in Business” list.
The four are: Jenny Lay-Flurrie, Microsoft chief accessibility officer; Neil Barnett, director of Inclusive Hiring & Accessibility; Kat Holmes, principal design director of Inclusive Design; and Lili Cheng, general manager of Microsoft Research.
Their work includes a companywide initiative to make technology accessible; driving inclusion through the Autism Hiring Program; work on inclusive design; and advancements in artificial intelligence.
To learn more, visit the Microsoft Accessibility Blog.
Microsoft News Center Staff