At Pandora, staff have the chance to be involved in three different community groups—Mixtape, Pride, and Pandora Women. The Mixtape group focuses on employees of color, Pride focuses on LGBTQ staff and allies, and Pandora Women focuses on gender equality. Employees love that they’re able to inspire real change within the company by being part of these groups.
Founded by musicians and music-lovers, Pandora’s goal is to enrich lives by playing music people will love. Using musicological DNA and constant listener feedback, Pandora crafts personalized stations from a growing collection of recordings. Tens of millions of people across the U.S. use Pandora to listen to their favorite artists—and discover new ones—every day.
“We‘ve been exclusively focused on one thing for 10 years and that’s creating an effortless and endless listening experience. Along the way we’ve amassed the largest audience of music fans and now we’re able to harness that value and open it up to music makers and advertisers in ways that have never been imagined before.”
VP, Head of Music Maker Strategy & Operations
“Our CEO Tim Westergren is such an incredible person to work with. He‘s the most humble and kind leader I‘ve ever worked with my whole career and having him lead us forward is very exciting.”