Team announcement

The Org Promotes Adam Bruskin to Head of Partnerships

The Org Promotes Adam Bruskin to Head of Partnerships, The Org

Adam Bruskin has been appointed as The Org’s new Head of Partnerships after joining the company as Partnerships Manager in April 2020. He will continue to report to VP of Growth Dylan Enright.

Adam’s main responsibility in this new role will be to grow engagement with the expanding community of companies on The Org. He will also recruit and build a team of world-class partnership managers devoted to customer acquisition and communication.

The Org is confident that Adam will grow into an integral strategy leader focused on the future of the customer experience on The Org. He is committed to a future where transparency is fundamental in any given organization.

The Org’s CEO, Christian Wylonis, remarked, "Adam has been a key part of our success in making organizations more transparent. He joined us just five months ago as Partnerships Manager but quickly took ownership over building new relationships and managing existing partnerships. He is the poster child of our company's value to 'do the dishes' and is a fantastic team member. I look forward to continuing the relationship and building the partnerships team under Adam’s leadership."

“Over the last five months, Adam has continued to prove himself as an indispensable member of the team. His work and dependability speaks for itself and he is more than ready to take on a leadership role at The Org," Dylan stated.

Adam is liked and respected by all members of The Org for his enthusiasm, tenacity, and generally earnest nature.

He is originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He has recently moved back to New York City from London where he was based for the last couple of years. Adam recently spent some time touring the mountain west and trekked through national parks like Grand Teton, Yellowstone, and Glacier National Park.

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New!Product announcement

The Org Releases New Wires Feature to Reinvent the Press Release

The Org Releases New Wires Feature to Reinvent the Press Release

The Org, the global professional platform for teams, transparency, and the future of work has just released a new feature called Wires to its hundreds of thousands of users. Media is evolving faster than ever but the press wire hasn’t changed in decades. Wires is a free service to publish new, exciting, and transparent information about your company, product, and team to all your colleagues and followers. Originally inspired by an internal need, Wires was born during the Covid-19 pandemic to help us celebrate our new hires and communicate personnel news to the remote team and the wider world. What started as a means to on-board and welcome new employees has evolved into a core function of The Org and our mission to help companies be more transparent and get ahead with more exposure. Wires have become popular with hundreds of verified companies on The Org. We’ve solicited feedback and improved the product to accommodate more news types like product updates, fundraising announcements, and just about anything worth publishing. Starting now, all Verified companies on The Org have access to our free Wires function where members of your team can publish press worthy content in real-time. Our visitor base of journalists, investors, customers, and talent are fed this content via our Wires page and personalized home feeds to maximize exposure and engagement. Want to learn more about how to take advantage of our free publishing software and distribution to our over 500,000 monthly visitors? Check out new Wires here or sign up to be verified to get started. Credit to Benjamin Ottensten, Christian Wylonis, Adam Bruskin, Dominic Pace, and Andreas Jarbol and many others for their dedicated work on Wires.

New!Team announcement

Sarah Hallam Joins The Org’s Insights Team

Sarah Hallam Joins The Org’s Insights Team

Sarah Hallam is the latest addition to The Org’s growing Insights team. She joins as a Content Manager based out of New York City and she will report to Head of Insights Jade Cooper. In her new role, Sarah will be writing features, profiles, and other articles for The Org’s news platform, Insights. “I’m thrilled to be working at The Org. I’m mainly excited to write in-depth features and profiles about the most innovative minds and brands in the business world,” she stated. “The Org’s mission also really resonates with me. I strongly believe transparency is the key to a better workplace for all of us, and I’m excited to be a part of a company that holds that value so near.” Sarah is a recent graduate of the University of Missouri, where she studied magazine journalism and political science. Prior to The Org, her most recent job was Culture Editor of Vox magazine, a local monthly magazine based in Columbia, Missouri, where she reported and edited both print and online stories for the arts & culture beat. She also created social media content for Vox's Twitter and Instagram. Before that, she held digital reporting internships at Business Traveller UK in London and CNN Politics in Washington DC. Originally from Gaithersburg, Maryland, Sarah is a big fan of hiking and being in nature. She also loves music, playing guitar, and traveling.

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