Updated: 3 days ago
Words by Armelle McGeachie
I’m just a girl, standing in front of an office, begging them to love me.
The reality is: I’m dyslexic. And the one thing that I come across most as a girl in corporate marketing is one simple question.
“But how are you in marketing - you can’t read and write?”
With 80% of dyslexics being diagnosed until after school, the workplace - unbeknownst to most neurotypical people - can be extremely treacherous if you’ve had a late diagnosis.
And it’s this way for a few reasons: