Going off of experience, it's not likely.
Shog9 posted a discussion between the CEO and Sara about company growth a few days ago. Based on what I saw, she has no reason to feel compelled to leave Twitter and engage with us. It was a comfortable discussion from up high about company growth. Going off of other companies and their behaviour, once a person or people have disengaged with the people and went into "Quarterly Profits" land, you don't hear from them again, and that's also when they become out of touch.
One company that comes to mind is Blizzard. Like Stack Exchange, it used to be vibrant with legendary back-and-forth between developers, management, and the community. They became too big for themselves, and that interaction stopped happening. They made bizarre decisions. Recently they decided to take away 3,000 dollars in winnings from a kid and banned him from competition because he supported Hong Kong on a Blizzard stream. They made no intention to give back the money until the Internet dropped fury on their head.
I like to be positive, but I've been alive for a while and whenever I see this distance from the community, it never comes back to the way it was, and bizarre or bad decisions are never held accountable unless a number of people lash out.
For Blizzard, that number came from the fact they're a gaming company. Gaming is notably more popular than software development or physics, to be fair, and so from Stack Exchange's perspective, there was no financial harm and so it has not convinced them to have a moral or emotional epiphany yet.