An Interview with Suchi Natarajan

An Interview with Suchi Natarajan

In civilian words, how would you describe your job? I work on providing technical and design solutions to the marketing team here at Ethyca! I primarily develop the brand website, but I also assist in configuring marketing tools, organizing campaign systems, and maintaining Ethyca’s Knowledge Base. What are you working on right now that you’re most excited about? I’m excited to be working on some cultural initiatives that I hope will bring our team closer and let the world know how great it is to work here! In addition to making our website function and look great, we also know that you have the most amazing pet at home (hi Quincy!) and you’re an avid gamer. But what is your …

An Interview with Nelson Schoenbrot

An Interview with Nelson Schoenbrot

In civilian words, how would you describe your job? I write code to retrieve and/or delete users’ personal data when users make such a request. Sounds fun! When and how did you get into coding? In high school, there was a Visual Basic programming class that I signed up for. (Visual Basic is the name of a programming language.) And in college, I studied computer science. Is that something you thought you’d be when you grew up? As a kid, I don’t think I was aware of software development. But as a teenager, I started to see myself in tech. Who in tech did you idolize when you were growing up? Probably the standard people such as Steve Jobs, Bill …

An Interview with Bianca Pasternack

An Interview with Bianca Pasternack

In civilian words, how would you describe your job? I use design to bring Ethyca’s brand to life and share what we do with the world. My job involves communicating complex privacy concepts and processes to our users, and making the privacy compliance process as painless as possible! I create clear communication and documentation to help our users understand how to use our product and to make privacy compliance approachable. That sounds like a lot to do! Can you tell us about your creative process? I try to look at things from the perspective of a person who may not know much about privacy compliance or our company. From there, I communicate the big-picture information of what they need to …