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Employee of the Year 2017 – Julius Perez

Julius Perez considers coming to work at Beyond Vision a ‘meant-to-be’ accident that saved his life. His path to Beyond Vision had several twists and turns. Born with congenital glaucoma, Julius was never passive. Over his career he has worked as an LPN, trained and worked as a chef and ran his own business, all… Continue Reading Employee of the Year 2017 – Julius Perez

Employee of the Year 2017 – Kristin Moke

When asked to describe Kristin Moke, her co-workers all begin with the same two things – she is kind and hard-working. If you ask Kristin, she will modestly say that she just loves being able to work and loves interacting with people. They’re both right! Following high school, Kristin had a few temporary babysitting jobs… Continue Reading Employee of the Year 2017 – Kristin Moke

Assistive Technologies, Workplace Accommodations Fuel Employment Growth

Employing people who are blind begins with breaking down barriers and challenging the status quo. Blind adults in the United States face a 70% non-employment rate. Fortunately, continual advances in computer and assistive technologies create an opportunity to address unemployment in the blind community. Beyond Vision believes in using technology as a tool for empowerment… Continue Reading Assistive Technologies, Workplace Accommodations Fuel Employment Growth

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Phoenix Products

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University of Wisconsin
Morris Material Handling

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General Services Administration
Defense Logistics Agency
Department of Defense

United Stationers
SP Richards
Associated Industries for the Blind

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