Our team & values are what makes our company great.
Falling in love with the problem, not the product, yields the best results. The willingness to challenge and reinvent ourselves will create the best solution.
A business that is able to swiftly resolve internal and external conflicts is positioned well for long-term success. Being a group of compassionate individuals, we seek to understand other perspectives while opening ourselves up to improvement.
We always look to shape the resources in front of us to create the most impactful way forward.
We hold ourselves accountable and never hide from failures. We are vocal about our mistakes, seeking guidance from others whenever necessary.
Humility is one of the drivers behind creating sustainable success. Not having a chip on our shoulder helps us stay level-headed, ready to to tackle the next challenge.
We take our work seriously but not always ourselves. Every bit of work is more enjoyable when folks can share a laugh in between.
Before Truework, Ryan led product development for LinkedIn Salary and other features that impacted millions of HR professionals and job seekers. Ryan graduated from Harvard with a degree in Computer Science. In his free time, Ryan enjoys playing the guitar, skiing, and reading.
Ethan started his technical journey studying Electric Engineering at Harvard University. His interest in building delightful products drove him to building embedded electronics and wearables, prior to Truework. Ethan thrives off of creating operational efficiencies within challenging processes and cheering on his fellow Patriots as a Boston native.
Victor’s passion for technology led him to one of the top engineering schools in his home country of France. From there, he went on to earn his master’s in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Georgia Tech. At LinkedIn, he led the Profile Security team before joining forces with fellow LinkedIn alum, Ryan Sandler, in founding Truework.
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