Generous comedically mentions how AutismSees and the App Podium helped improve her public speaking skills.

Alix Generous resigns as Co-founder from AutismSees to pursue new technology projects in Los Angeles. AutismSees is known for their application Podium which Generous mentions in her 2015 TED talk which has gained over 1.4 million views. Her manager, Renee Koppelman released a statement regarding AutismSees LLC,

“Alix has been offered two new projects that allow her to take the lead. She’s continuing to speak around the world, most notably she spoke at Sydney Opera House this past March. She entrusts the future of the company will flourish in the hands of her co-founder and CEO Danielle Feerst and COO, Alexandria Trombley,” Both of whom are occupational therapy graduate students at Tufts University. You can learn more about AutismSees and their product Podium on their website:
As to what the future holds for Generous released a statement, While I’m not allowed to say what I’m working on just yet, It more closely aligns with my goals and life’s work of helping others. What I can say is that I’m looking forward to begin this new side of my work.”