Our culture is what sets us apart. We value individuality and want the office to be a place where you can be yourself. Here, you’ll be surrounded by colleagues who bring their whole selves to work, and are committed to each other and our communities. Whether it’s volunteering at a homeless shelter or empowering the next generation of tech leaders, giving back is an important part of who we are. We love what we do and we’re always looking for passionate, creative people who can help us achieve even more.
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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.
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.
Nikki Clark is a Senior Consultant in our Oklahoma City Development Center who has worked in technology for ten years. She loves having the chance to work in different types of project manager roles and says she’s never worked anywhere as colleague-centric as RSI.
Nikki is extremely creative and over the years she’s designed everything from birth announcements to wedding bouquets to company logos! Outside of work, Nikki loves to play video games and go to comic conventions with her sons. “My kids and my career are what drive me. They keep me centered and focused and striving to be my best continuously. Other than that, I’m a goofball.” Thanks, Nikki, for making RSI a great place to work!
Fun Fact: After completing a doctoral program, Nikki wants to reward herself with a full-sleeve tattoo.
Justin is a Junior Associate (JA) in the .NET practice area in our Fort Wayne Development Center. He chose to do an internship at RSI, “to get my foot into the door of the software industry where I could get applicable experience and learn from awesome mentors. It’s been everything I’ve hoped for and more.” He’s really enjoyed the real-world projects he gets to work on saying, “We are given a project that could 100% be an app a client may be looking for and it allows us to really dive into the whole lifecycle of a project.” He hopes to one day have a project management/product lead role where he can lead teams of developers, while also working with clients to provide them what they need.
Outside of his internship, Justin loves to stay active, whether it’s by biking, or playing volleyball or spikeball. He’s also a big foodie, so you can catch him cooking up random dishes in the kitchen or trying them out at restaurants/breweries around town.
Fun Fact: Justin has dual citizenship with Jamaica, and used to compete for them internationally as a swimmer. He competed in meets such as the World Championships, and Caribbean and Central American games.
Lauren Miller is a Junior Associate (JA) in our Oklahoma City Development Center’s Web practice. Her biggest career goal is to create useful software that solves real-world problems. Lauren chose to do an internship at RSI because of “RSI’s commitment to the development of their colleagues as the most valuable resources, as well as their dedication to fostering a rich and supportive culture of inclusion and acceptance.”
When she’s not working, Lauren loves to paint and sculpt, play board games, and watch action movies. Thanks, Lauren, for making RSI a great place to work!
Fun Fact: Lauren started playing Dungeons and Dragons at the beginning of the year, and has collected 22 sets of dice since then. She’s now on her way to being what’s known as a dice goblin in the community!
Gideon Keith-Stanley is a Junior Associate (JA) in the .NET practice area of our Oklahoma City Development Center. His favorite part about doing an internship at RSI has been meeting fantastic developers, both interns and mentors. Long-term, Gideon’s career goal is to make contributions to the field of quantum computing in ethical software and applications. When he’s not busy improving his mastery of his favorite programming languages, Gideon loves to play video games and watch movies. Thanks, Gideon, for making Rural Sourcing a great place to work!
Fun Fact: Gideon was almost a doctor! He attended medical school from 2007 to 2009 in the Caribbean.