Caleb, 23, shares his own journey and acknowledges the intersectionality that must accompany the progression of the LGBTQ+ movement. My parents knew I was gay from a very young age. I’m not sure what outted me first: was it my Katharine Hepburn impression? Or the fact that I often dressed up in my grandma’s black … More pride spotlight: others paved the way for our celebration
Nathaniel from Argentina shares his story for Pride month. … More pride spotlight: accepting myself
“People told me to just graduate and not spend the money, but I’d probably still be unemployed had I not went and made the connections.” … More work it, girl! Denise breaks the D.C. bubble
“If I could give any advice, it’s to surround yourself with people that push and inspire you, instead of those who stifle your growth.” … More work it, girl! Elizabeth Moroni carves out her own piece of the L.A. art scene
“I learned that I didn’t want to be the typical designer and I had to find other related jobs that I enjoy more.” … More work it, girl! Carolina moves across the globe to work with a startup
work it, girl! will feature my own peers venturing out into their careers in the real world. … More introducing… work it, girl!
As more non-traditional ways of working shape our application processes, the manners in which we truly promote diversity and inclusion must be reflected as well. … More working twice as hard: the gaps between us