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Equity, Inclusion & Diversity at RSI
Rural Sourcing’s ambition is to have a workforce representative of the cities in which it operates and to have an inclusive workforce where all colleagues feel welcome and valued. These goals led to the formation of our EI&D Council – a group that solicits engagement across the organization, sets the EI&D framework, metrics and goals, and develops initiatives to achieve progress – internally, within local communities, and within the technology industry at-large.
Max Dunn is a Consultant in our Albuquerque Development Center and Co-Chair of the Community Outreach Committee on Rural Sourcing’s Equity Inclusion & Diversity (EI&D) Council. They have been working in technology since college, where their senior design project involved creating a robot named Toulouse who could actually draw! Growing up, they were always encouraged to work in the STEM field, having a physics professor as a mother, but didn’t feel they could be their authentic self in other tech workplaces. Now, at Rural Sourcing, Max has found a group of supportive colleagues that they consider to be their favorite part of working here.
Max has lots of creative hobbies to keep them busy in their spare time: whether that’s crocheting a unique blanket scarf that took them over a year to finish, listening to one of their favorite podcasts, or picking out their next Halloween costume (they’ve dressed up as different colleagues for the past two years!)
Serving on the EI&D Council has given Max the opportunity to use their passion for activism to improve Rural Sourcing for the better. Max says, “Equity is about acknowledging that there are different barriers and obstacles for people of different races, genders, sexual orientations, abilities, etc., and identifying those barriers either working to dismantle them or work around them.” Thanks, Max, for making Rural Sourcing a #greatplacetowork.
Fun fact: Max is really good at finding four-leaf clovers, and has a collection of over 100 of them.
Jackson Stakeman, Lead Sales Solution Architect and member of Rural Sourcing’s Equity Inclusion & Diversity (EI&D) Council, took a rather circuitous route to working in the tech industry. Although he started writing HTML when he was 14, before coming to Rural Sourcing Jackson worked in an Off-Broadway theater, in fashion photography, at a catalog studio, for a food and drinks website, at four different universities, and also read scripts in Hollywood and drove a big rig truck. He has quite the resumé! Now at Rural Sourcing, he’s currently helping pull a team together for a client who’s refactoring their legacy application.
As the Marketplace Committee Chair on the EI&D Council, Jackson wants to see the Council “establish a framework so that equity and inclusion feel like the norm.” He says, “Diversity to me is the best strategy for an uncertain future and an uncertain world. There are so many different situations and problems to solve that we are best prepared to face with a broad assortment of people, resources, techniques, and geographies.” Thanks, Jackson, for making Rural Sourcing a #greatplacetowork.
Miguel Morell, an Associate Consultant in our Augusta Development Center, started at Rural Sourcing over two years ago as his first tech job after college. He said that he was drawn to the culture and appreciated how you’re encouraged to learn new technology. He loves interacting with his colleagues, and has found that there’s always someone willing to help.
Outside of work, Miguel loves to play video games, spend time with friends and family, and work out. He’s also a huge dog lover. Thanks, Miguel, for making Rural Sourcing a #greatplacetowork.
Gary Gealy is a Senior Consultant in our Mobile Development Center. His 30+ years of experience programming means he plays an integral role coaching and mentoring colleagues. But be warned: he says “you’ll most likely have to listen to one of my stories that starts with ‘back in the day, I remember…’”
In his free time, Gary plays bass guitar, build model trains and airplanes, and even dabbles in video game development. He’s also a proud cancer survivor.
At Rural Sourcing, Gary’s found the opportunity to learn a wide range of technologies, and an executive team “that’s constantly doing what’s best for the employees, especially with what’s currently going on in the world.” Thanks, Gary, for making Rural Sourcing a #greatplacetowork.
After starting as an intern in our Augusta Development Center five years ago, Michelle Lanting is now a Consultant who’s currently working on QA UI testing. She loves her colleagues and the camaraderie that they share.
Her favorite thing to do when she’s not working is travel, especially any place that has mountains or a beach! Thanks, Michelle, for making Rural Sourcing a #greatplacetowork.
Sharrone Berry-Davis, a Consultant in our Oklahoma City Development Center, has been working in technology for six years, specializing in cyber security. Now, at Rural Sourcing, he’s a member of our penetration testing team. Sharrone says that he chose to work at RSI because of the culture. “From the moment I walked in the door, I could feel the positivity of the environment and the colleagues around.”
Outside of his career at RSI, Sharrone loves listening to and creating music, fishing, and being with family. He also loves to stay on top of any developments in the infosec world. One day he hopes to be able to travel the world whenever and wherever he wants! Thanks, Sharrone, for making Rural Sourcing a #greatplacetowork.
Fun Fact: In college, Sharrone took Arabic for two years. “I really enjoy learning about different cultures, and I felt as though learning the language is one of the best ways to start learning more.”
Zach Tom’s role keeps him on his toes. As an Associate Consultant in our Fort Wayne Development Center currently working for a transportation client, he says “The best part about my job would be how unpredictable the technology can be. I have to stay on my toes to be prepared to learn something new for every new client.” He also loves the strong sense of community at Rural Sourcing, and the amount of interaction he has with his colleagues on a daily basis.
As a player on a semi-professional soccer team in Fort Wayne, it’s safe to say that if he’s not at work, you can probably find Zach out on the field. He also plays golf almost every day, and can even skateboard, too! Thanks, Zach, for making Rural Sourcing a #greatplacetowork.
Fun Fact: Zach can make a meal out of almost anything in a refrigerator.
We’re lucky to have some seriously talented colleagues here at Rural Sourcing. Not only is Corina Willner a Consultant in our Oklahoma City Development Center and Secretary for our Equity Inclusion & Diversity (EI&D) Council, she’s also a polyglot! She can speak five languages: Arabic, English, French, German, and Mandarin (in fact, she’s been to China three times).
Before joining Rural Sourcing, Corina went to Mount Holyoke College in Massachusetts, which was the first college for women in the United States. Now in her role working in Mobile QA, Corina enjoys “the trust that our managers have in us to do the best we can and the freedom that comes with that trust.”
Corina says that the best part of her job is working on the EI&D Council. In doing so, she’s able to make the volunteer work that she’s so passionate about part of her workplace as well. “I decided to join the EI&D Council because I felt a need to do more for my community. We can all work on being better individuals, individually, but when we come together to improve a system, that’s when we can create true change.” Thanks, Corina, for making Rural Sourcing a #greatplacetowork!
Fun Fact: Corina got to watch the US Women’s National Soccer Team win their fourth World Cup in Lyon, France.