Evernote’s Senior VP of People & General Counsel, Susan Stick, talks about the challenges the company has faced over the past year and how we’ve adapted to meet them.
The struggles of women in technical fields, particularly in Silicon Valley, has made headlines this month. It has never been a secret that women who go into STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) careers face an uphill battle for equality and respect. Some find it difficult to be taken seriously enough to be considered for the job in the first place. Silicon Valley, in particular, has been called out as
Andreas Andreakis is a Senior Software Engineer on Evernote’s service backend team. He has been with the company since March of 2015, working originally in our Zürich office and recently relocating to our Redwood City headquarters. How did you end up at Evernote? I was living in Germany, but I wanted to work for a Silicon Valley company. I decided to join Evernote because the people I met in the
This week, Evernote has opened an office in San Diego focused on accelerating engineering efforts for upcoming products. Starting with a team of seven, Evernote will continue to hire additional engineering resources to join the new team in San Diego, as well as fill open roles at headquarters in Redwood City and in other regional offices including Austin. Already this year, Evernote has hired 35 engineering staff as the company