VP of Accessibility Technology at Google
Jim Hogan is an innovator, a human rights activist and a strong representative of what is possible for autistic individuals. Jim found his passion for computer science and innovation at a young age and has since worked in leadership positions for over 30 years. Throughout his career, Jim has advocated for neurodistinct employees by helping human resources departments better understand their needs. With his powerful voice and advocacy for acceptance, he has led the way for hundreds of autistic individuals who entered the workforce behind him.
Jim wears multiple hats at Google including his roles as the Principal Innovation Strategist, Healthcare & Life Sciences and as Vice President, Accessibility in Technology for Google’s Disability Alliance Employee Resource Group.