Susan P. Mazrui works in Public Policy at AT&T and has worked in the communications field for the last twenty years. In this capacity, she has presented at numerous conferences and events and had work published in professional journals, books and magazines. She has also had poems and commentary published in small press and on websites. Her best known poem is Disability: The Power and the Pride. Ms. Mazrui received her Masters Degree in Education from San Francisco State University. Ms. Mazrui taught graduate and undergraduate courses at San Francisco State University. She currently serves on the Board of Directors for the US Business Leadership Network and the US International Council on Disabilities. Ms. Mazrui was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis as a teen and currently uses screen readers and other assistive technology in her work. She is married and has two children. Ms. Mazrui was the 2002 Summit on Leading Diversity Corporate Fellow, was inducted into the Spinal Cord Injury Hall of Fame in 2008, received Careers and the disABLED Magazine’s 2013 National Employee of the Year Award and was named Champion of Diversity at AT&T in 2014.