Aubrie is a disability activist, interdisciplinary artist, and professional namer. She graduated from Stanford with a degree in Engineering (Product Design). She serves as a lead on Google’s disability employee resource group. Because of her muscular dystrophy, she uses a wheelchair, she’s hard of hearing, and she can’t smile. She hopes to break into fashion modeling with her shiny wheels and no-smile look. Her most recent contribution to disability activism was creating a Wikipedia page for the reclaimed term “crip” and fighting with the Wikipedia admins until they finally approved it. She and her friend Paulette are starting a collective blog about disability justice, and they eagerly invite others to join: www.thecalloutcrips.com. You can reach out to Aubrie at firstname.lastname@example.org.