“Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings”, “My Big Fat Greek Wedding”, and The Privilege of Representation

This post is about the privilege of feeling represented in the media. I originally wrote it as part of a class assignment, but I wanted to share it. Continue reading “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings”, “My Big Fat Greek Wedding”, and The Privilege of Representation

Disability Employment and Public Accounting: Extended Edition

A few weeks back, I asked several coworkers, friends, and former classmates if anyone would be interested in interviewing for my project. I told them that the official project would be a 3-minute audio story. For those interested, here is the original for comparison: I collected over 4 hours of raw audio. It turns out when you ask to interview people about a niche topic … Continue reading Disability Employment and Public Accounting: Extended Edition

Grieving At Work

Content Warning: The following blog post and video discuss sensitive topics like illness, death, and grief. Even though these subjects are a fact of life, they can be emotionally upsetting for some viewers. Theme: On August 4th, next week, I’ll be celebrating my mom’s 6th celestial birthday. And I miss her. Almost every person you meet is missing someone, or they will be one day. … Continue reading Grieving At Work

Grief in the Workplace: Video Rough Draft

Warning: This video and the following blog post deal with issues like cancer, disability, loss, and grief. I feel that these issues are a part of life, however, for some people, they may be emotionally distressing. Theme: I want to explore how grief and disability can be closely intertwined. Over the past few weeks, I have had conversations with individuals who still bear the psychological … Continue reading Grief in the Workplace: Video Rough Draft

Disability Employment, Public Accounting, and Self-Advocacy

Putting together the final draft of this audio story was both challenging and incredibly exciting. Disability employment has been an interest (and concern) of mine for the past few years. I saw this project as an opportunity to amplify the voices of disabled people in the workforce, and their participation was vital to the success of this story.   It is not easy to represent diverse … Continue reading Disability Employment, Public Accounting, and Self-Advocacy