I read about the new innovative accessibility features previewed by Apple on https://www.apple.com/newsroom/2022/05/apple-previews-innovative-accessibility-features/.
I would like to communicate with some higher level accessibility person about some considerations and suggestions. As I see Sarah Herrlinger is the person I am looking for, but I can't find her contact information. The only possibility I find is through LinkedIn, but I don't want to go through the hassle of signing up and buildup a fancy professional-looking profile just to start a conversation. I don't have so much time, especially before the WWDC in two weeks. The other possibility I see is dean Hudson. It seems they both are the public accessibility voices of Apple but are impossible to reach for the average user.
I understand it is too late for the first public beta but would like to start a conversation.
Finally, VoiceOver will support my native language and may open the doors for more people here to Apple's products. Apple is using Nuance voices exclusively, but the current Bulgarian voice is poor quality pronunciation. Two new high quality natural-sounding voices are at final stages of development and I would like to speak with someone responsible for the accessibility policy about the possibility to include them.
Do you have any contacts or suggestions?