Enid got her job at Pinterest in a unique way. She was an early Pinterest adopter—Pinner #367, to be exact—and was instantly hooked by the potential she saw. Enid had racked up 200 pins in just two days, and decided she wanted to meet the founders. She arranged a meet-up over coffee to give them feedback on the product and introduce herself—and so was born Pinterest’s very first meet-up, and Enid’s new job.
What Enid Does
Enid spends her day interacting with Pinterest’s community: answering users’ questions, helping brands get started on Pinterest, and bringing that user feedback to the engineering and design teams. Enid also works on the Pinterest special events, from sending out Pinterest T-shirts to organizing meet-ups (one of Enid’s brainchilds) where the Pinterest team can meet its users and fans and see the impact they have.