Looking Closer

Americans with disabilities are working every day across industries. These are their stories.

I’d never really thought about what I want my legacy to be. But the major point that I come back to in thinking about it now is about purpose.

Brandon Lyons

Experience Manager, EY

I’m proud that I am able to do smart, diligent work, that has an edge, furthers societal dialogue, and maintains my sense of humor.

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Frank Kineavy

Staff Writer, DiversityInc

"Being deaf has not prevented me from learning, growing, and advancing in my career."

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Randy Wheeler

Senior Moulding Line Operator, Hershey

I don’t struggle because I’m deaf, but because of our society’s general attitude towards deafness.

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Brittany Schoen

Administrative Support Concierge, PwC

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