Jaxson Khan

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I lead growth at Fable, a leading accessibility platform powered by people with disabilities. You should read more about our work here.

Previously, I led marketing at Nudge.ai (acquired by Affinity) and co-founded Young Diplomats of Canada. I believe in applying technology and mobilizing people to solve our most critical global challenges.

I help companies communicate. I write long-form, research-driven content as an author and executive ghostwriter. Here is my writing portfolio. I also host a podcast on artificial intelligence.

I help organizations advocate. A common theme for me is education - whether that's helping train 3 million young leaders in Africa or advocating for aid to conflict-affected states.

I help startups activate. I have taught marketing, mentored startups, and published a study on how startup ecosystems improve urban economies.

I am an entrepreneur, nomad, and cyclist. I love dancing salsa, exploring urban architecture, and listening to jazz music. I'm a geek who is constantly reading about technology, history, and society. I also have fist bumped Will Smith.

Bio here.

Jaxson Khan is Senior Growth Manager at Fable, a platform that helps organizations make their websites and apps accessible to people living with disabilities. In the community, Jaxson serves as a host of the Ask AI podcast, an advisor to Century Initiative, and a member of the World Economic Forum.

Previously, Jaxson led marketing at Nudge.ai, managed public relations at Influitive, and coordinated business planning operations at Microsoft.

Jaxson co-founded Young Diplomats of Canada, an NGO that engages with the United Nations, World Bank, and G20. He also served on advisory boards with AstraZeneca, The Globe and Mail, and The Global Partnership for Education.

Jaxson is a published author and speaker on technology, education, and policy, including with the International Economic Development Council and a TEDx talk. Jaxson graduated from Western University as a 3M National Student Fellow and one of Canada's Top 20 Under 20.