On A Personal Note

This post is some personal news, not directly Collaborative Improv related.

Let’s not bury the lead. I have left EPAM after over 6 years of work and have joined Collabralink as Lead UX Designer. While I am very excited about this opportunity, it was not an easy decision to change jobs during a pandemic.

There is a lot of uncertainty in the world. From a health perspective. When considering civil rights. There is a lot happening beyond myself. So how can I change jobs during this time?

First, let me say my time with EPAM has been a privilege. Over the last 6+ years I have worked with some of the best and brightest in software consulting. I’ve collaborated on financial service products, life science products, business systems, and more. I have sold research and service offerings into relationships where that work was previously diminished.

But now, I have the opportunity to help build a research practice. Working primarily with government contracts, I have the opportunity to influence software and systems that impact individuals, not just corporations.

I won’t take much of your time with this post. I am excited and nervous for what the future has in store.

A Note on Collaborative Improv

From now through the end of the year, I will donate 100% of all profits from online sales of Collaborative Improv to the Philly Bail Fund.

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Want to try your hand at improv? Monthly improv jams are hosted the second Thursday of each month. Read about our last jam, or register here.

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