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Motherly advice from Calendly team members

In honor of Mother’s Day, we asked some of our Calendlians to share a life lesson they either learned from their mother or throughout their journey in motherhood.

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Culture

Finding his voice: The journey of Rob Wilson

Imagine not having a voice for most of your life out of fear of what others might think. That’s exactly what Rob Wilson has experienced until one day, in his early 20s, he chose to embrace his uniqueness.

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Five Minutes with Anna Jones, UI/UX Designer

Ever wonder what it’s like to work on the UI/UX design team at Calendly? Our UI/UX designer, Anna Jones, gives us a peek of her role, favorite projects, and her ‘squad’ team at Calendly.

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How Angela Fairfax is supporting other women in her life and work

In honor of Women’s History Month, we sat down with Calendly’s Senior People Partner, Angela Fairfax, to discuss some challenges women face in the workplace and how she tries to challenge the status quo for those women.

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Then and now: Amanda Lynn's Calendly story

Meet Amanda Lynn, Calendly's Product Manager, and learn about her unique career journey that led her to Calendly.

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A day in the life of a Calendly QA Engineer

Meet Miriam Makshanoff, Principal QA Engineer, and learn about what a day in the life looks like as a Calendly QA Engineer.

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Professional Development

Tips to build and maintain meaningful relationships in the world of remote work

With remote work becoming more common across organizations, this means more flexibility for employees, broader access to talent, and much more. However, remote work does present some challenges, such as the loss of or decreased face-to-face…

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Professional Development

Tim Da'Graca shares his story of how he grew his career at Calendly

While in high school, Tim DaGraca worked as a Nielsen movie researcher in the mall. During that time, Tim built up his resilience to rejection and discovered different ways to strategically engage in conversations so mall-goers would be willing to…

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Ashleigh Joyce shares a candid look into her life as a working parent

It’s 2:45 am and I hear my two-year-old daughter’s voice yelling for me. I know I have to hurry up and grab her before she wakes up my three-year-old son.

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