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Alexandra Pryor


About Me


- Neurodivergent software engineer particularly interested in companies that develop products that support and enable neurodiverse, disabled, and/or underrepresented people. - I get incredibly excited and invested when I come across a product that I personally see adding value to my day-to-day life, and I immediately want to share it with everyone. - I'm passionate about creating spaces where all individuals are comfortable being themselves. - I feel most productive and successful career-wise when I've been able to bridge communication gaps across differing levels of technical knowledge. Below is a more career-focused summary: Kotlin Android Engineer with 6+ years experience working with and leading agile research and development teams while cooperating with Fortune 500 industry sponsors. Primarily looking for technical lead positions in a dynamic working environment that supports career growth and encourages diversifying employees' technical skillsets. Experience in human-computer interaction (HCI), user experience (UX), and software development for embedded systems, with additional interests in educational technology, behavioral therapy, and accessibility.

Ideal Workplace Values

Creating the best user experiences means dedicating oneself to providing a universally accessible product. To achieve this, a company must not only prioritize accessibility but also have a fundamental commitment to hiring people of various backgrounds. My ideal workplace has made DEIB a top priority. I want to see that a company was grounded in a genuine effort to seek diverse perspectives.


Danbury, Connecticut, US

Open To

Full Time JobPart Time Job

Work Settings


Career Interests

Art & CreativeInformation Technology & CybersecurityPsychology, Counseling & Mental HealthLeadership & Management

Skills & Strengths

Neuroexceptional Talents

Strong desire to be understood by a wide audience, so my technical writing is detailed, clear, and accessible to different backrounds. Able to act as "translator" between technical and non-technical teammates as I strive to make sure everyone else is understood, too. Very empathetic and get a lot of fulfillment out of supporting/ directly helping teammates.

Detail-oriented ThinkerDeep EmpathizerStrong Emotional IntelligenceHyperfocus

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Inclusion Essentials


SlackDark themeOneTab chrome extensionClosed CaptioningTake home technical assessmentSend Questions in AdvanceFrequent Interview BreaksInterviewer Experienced with NeurodiversityExtra timeAlternate Interview FormatWritten interview instructionsEmail / Calendar OrganizationCommunication PlanConcise instructionsWritten InstructionsExtra Time to Process New InformationUnlimited sick daysFlexible scheduleextra time off for appointmentsPeriodic Rest BreaksWireless keyboard/mouse/headphone/etcStanding DesksEnhanced Lighting OptionsErgonomic SeatingNoise-cancelling HeadphonesQuiet / Individual WorkspacesJob CoachingEmployee Resource Group

Sensory Sensitivities

Driving a vehicle
Heavy lifting
Bright, blinking, or fluorescent lights
Loud noises
Standing for long periods
Uniforms (hard hat, hair net, etc.)