Diversity And Inclusion At BounceX
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"The equal pay pledge is a great first step in terms of building a truly inclusive culture at BounceX and sends a strong powerful message in the tech industry," says Ryan Lathrum, BounceX's Director of Community & Inclusion. "I'm excited to help build a structure that reflects how employees across the company want to be represented."
Read more about our diversity and inclusion initiatives in Namely's blog! http://bit.ly/BounceXDI
This edition of our career spotlight series features Caitlin Flint, Group Design Manager at Intuit.
Caitlin's career began at the Advancement Project, a civil rights nonprofit focused on large-scale systemic change to remedy inequity. There, she had the opportunity to work on mapping software for California's first-ever open redistricting process, which ignited her passion for improving people's lives at scale. This made her a natural fit for a role on Intuit's design team, where she has worked for the past six years. Caitlin earned her B.A. in Design from the University of California in Davis, where she specialized in Visual Communications.
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