Yat conquered adversity and immense obstacles in life, living without ears and hearing.
He was often at the forefront of teasing and the center point of microaggression at school. In the workplace, Yat was part of organizations that did not prioritize inclusion. With a bleak future, his feelings of isolation and hopelessness led him to think that this world was not meant for him.
After years of persevering through daily challenges, Yat discovered that self-disclosure unlocked a world of possibilities.
Today Yat is an accessibility and inclusion advocate who travels the world, speaking to thousands of senior leaders about the importance of diversity and inclusivity. He touches thousands of lives through his compelling and inspirational keynote presentations.