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New!Team announcement

The Org welcomes Sara Getachew 🙌

The Org welcomes Sara Getachew 🙌, The Org

We are thrilled to welcome Sara to the team! As a Scout Manager Sara will assist clients in getting curated, high quality candidates on their calendar by delivering a startup-centric alternative to traditional recruitment. We knew straight away that we had a winner when we first met Sara. Given her past experience in expert networks as a Senior Client Solutions Associate as GLG and overachieving go-getter attitude, we knew that this ambitious woman would be strong asset to the team.

Sara connects with the mission of the company and said: "As someone who values diversity and transparency in my work environment I knew the Org was very aligned with where I wanted to be."

As several other team members Sara have an entrepreneurial mindset and a side hustle. We love that! Passion is contagious.

Sara is also passionate about traveling and have visited more than 17 countries and counting. The Org added one more country to that list as Sara flew to Denmark yesterday to build connections with the rest of the team for our yearly offsite taking place in an 18th century castle!

Welcome to the team Sara, we adore you already!

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Kaila Lim takes on Community Management in NYC for The Org 👋

Kaila Lim takes on Community Management in NYC for The Org 👋

We knew instantly when we met Kaila the first time that she was made for the role of Community Manager at The Org. Kaila is a natural born public speaker and community builder. With a past from sales enablement and training in hyper growth startups facilitating connection have become an almost native skill for Kaila. I her own words: "It’s my job to help create strong connection internally and bring The Org brand to life externally. My official title is Community Manager but I don’t like the word manager because you don’t manage a community - you build it, grow it, nurture it, and make it better. " Kaila is excited for especially 2 of our values here at The Org: she looks forwards to being a contrarian and practicing hygge. You can read more about us here. She elaborates: "Humans were intended to commune. We’ve done since our earliest days as hunters and gatherers. I believe in a workplace that comes together not just because we’re on the same payroll but because we genuinely enjoy the unique energy and vibe each of us brings. " Her previous role at Procore, she got to host monthly Sales All Hands and get on the stage in front of the Revenue Teams as they celebrated milestones and shared targets. At CreatorIQ, she was lucky to wear different hats. One of them being the host of the Weekly Company All Hands. When they went full remote, she decided to help facilitate this call by channeling her vlogging skills to Zoom style moderating. She lived in Seoul while working New York hours for CreatorIQ (yes, leading All Hands with high energy at 2am KST) and during day time, she volunteered with Seoul Startups. A diverse community of native and expat entrepreneurs, investors, artists, designers all interested in learning. It felt natural for her to gather them for coffee meetups or weekend morning hikes. It was volunteering for Seoul Startups that affirmed her wanted to make building community more of her life’s work. On her bio page at The Org you will find a couple of fun facts: She can fit everything she own into 2 suitcases She is half Korean, half Native American (Pueblo of Acoma and Navajo) She love mangoes. The best ones she have ever eaten were in Mexico and Kenya. Welcome to the team Kaila! In your short time here you have already made an incredible impression. We cant wait for all the great moments we will create together.

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The Org strengthens the Frontend team with Rasmus Pedersen joining 🚀

The Org strengthens the Frontend team with Rasmus Pedersen joining 🚀

We could not be prouder of calling Rasmus our new colleague in the Frontend Engineering team! Rasmus strengthens the team with his background from TrackMan, (Danish sports radar company) where he worked with a Polish engineering team to develop a React app that is now used in baseball stadiums across the US, Japan, South Korea and Australia among others. After that Rasmus started working in Plant Jammer (food waste app) that has more than 1m downloads combined on the Google Play store and Apple App store. After a pivot to become a B2B company Rasmus had the responsibility of starting several React frontends on top of the Plant Jammer API, including the main sas tool. "I am exited to work at the org, because I love the scope of the idea, and believe that it will be huge. " Rasmus says Rasmus is yet another colleague with a side gig: Rasmus and some friends are building a reverse market place for foodtrucks. We love good energy and initiative like this and we even ask our candidates during the interviews to tell us about something entrepreneurial they have done. Passion is contagious and the perseverance to carry through and not be all talk is highly treasured at The Org. Rasmus brings another kiddo to the The Org family and as a family man Rasmus enjoys going for walks and good food (both the eating and the cooking portion) :D Welcome to the team, Rasmus. We are so excited to learn from you and create with you!

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