Data Privacy Metrics: Questions From Our Webinar
June 10, 2022
My favorite thing about product is how challenging it is and how there are many growth paths. I got into product as a natural evolution from working in QA and support. Working directly with customers and engineering teams gave me a unique sense of empathy for all aspects of the software experience. I love that product is flexible and that you get to solve problems that can really impact people in positive ways.
I moved over from edtech to data privacy because I found this industry to have unique and interesting challenges. Just like in the learning space, even small issues or changes can have dramatic impacts on how we perceive our information culture and our idea of data privacy.
Authenticity + Inclusion. One of my favorite aspects of working with a totally remote team is the opportunity to work with people you would never have met otherwise, simply because of where they are located. I also appreciate the focus on family and work/life balance, which allows me to separate work time from family time even when my home is my office.
I love to cook and try new foods. I cook at least six days a week and really enjoy the creativity and technique that comes with crafting meals. I don’t have a specialty, but my favorite thing to make and eat is pierogies.
We once tried to do our company all-hands meeting via virtual workspace on Oculus. It was equal amounts of hilarious and terrifying seeing my coworkers as floating, legless avatars glitching out in VR.
Photo courtesy of Arlo Gilbert
The Osano staff is a diverse team of free thinkers who enjoy working as part of a distributed team with the common goal of working to make a more transparent internet. Occasionally, the team writes under the pen name of our mascot, “Penny, the Privacy Pro.”