Be My Eyes: Over 4 Million Volunteers Helping the Blind See – Will Butler
Will Butler, VP at “Be My Eyes”, talks about the popular smart phone app and its rapid global adoption among the blind and visually impaired as well as millions of volunteers. Will further shares stories of corporate partnerships established by Be My Eyes to help people with low vision navigate everything from performing computer updates to reading pregnancy test results.
About the Guest:
I work every day to make the world better for blind people. At Be My Eyes, we understand that visual impairment is not only a spectrum of visual acuity, but cuts across every demographic, geography and philosophical boundary. Only once we bring people with low or no vision together into a unified community can we move the needle on social issues, healthy lifestyles and universal design. We’re building that community at Be My Eyes. Sign up – either as an individuals or a company – today.
My past work can be found at: NPR, The New York Times, New Yorker, VICE and The Atlantic, LightHouse for the Blind, and as an accessibility/inclusion consultant for Fortune 50 companies. Founder of The Holman Prize for Blind Ambition.