After working for a few large news conglomerates, Rachel started searching for a start-up to join and stumbled across Stack Overflow. She liked how the company cared about each individual and took an interest in employees without micro-managing them. During her interview, Rachel decided she’d do anything to show she could add value to the company—and has been happy to prove it ever since.
Rachel’s day can involve anything from in-office marketing and sales efforts to on-site client conferences discussing the advantages of attracting developers through the Stack Overflow Career site. Rachel oversees monthly and quarterly check-ins to ensure clients are pleased with product performance, helps strategic accounts attract developer talent, and makes sure Stack Overflow is making matches that create careers.