Traditions: The Value of Normalcy

As a queer person, there have always been traditions at weddings I have never identified with. That said, this weekend I went to my first...

Advice on Returning to the Office

Have you returned to the office? Here is some advice: 1. Take it easy. Don't overdo it. (Returning to the office isn't simple. We are...

My Last Day at Knotch

Today is my last day at Knotch. I must look back and say what an incredible 2+ years it has been. I have had the opportunity to have a...

I Am a Finalist!

Happy to announce that I am a finalist in Lattice's ResourcesforHumans Speaks contest! The winner gets to speak on a topic of their...

Shorten Your Applicant Macro Emails!

Recruiters / Talent Folxs: Keep your applicant rejection emails short and sweet. No one that applied to work for your company (and never...

Basecamp: A Lesson in What Not To Do

If you are looking for a way not to do it, look no further than Basecamp. I would say I am surprised... but unfortunately I know there...

Gun Violence Is Real

When I first moved to New York, I had a few part-time jobs to make ends meet. One, required me to get to work at 4:30am to open the...

Own Your Vote 2020

At Knotch, we encourage brands and consumers to own their voice online. Today, we are calling on our employees to own their vote. "Vote...

Digiday Worklife Awards 2020

Thrilled to see that Knotch is a finalist for the Digiday Worklife Award for Best Employer for Young Careers! One of the main things I...

Remote First Work Culture

For the companies that are shifting from an in-office culture to a remote-first workplace, there are some crucial cultural adjustments...

RBG: My Mother's Hero

My mom went to law school because of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. As the single mom of two kids under five (my older siblings), she worked to...

My Response to BLM at Knotch

Last week, in response to the recent murders of Black lives and the increasing national conversation on racism, I rolled out a...

Employees Want to be Heard

More than anything, employees want to be heard. They want their feedback and suggestions to not fall on deaf ears. They want to be valued...