Natasha Perez Senior Product Owner Remote Pronouns: She / Her / Ella Finding my niche From the get-go, I knew I wanted to make a difference in other people’s lives. As a child, this desire showed up in how I would constantly play teacher with my younger brother. As I got older, I realized that […]
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Angel Diaz VP, Technology Capabilities & Innovation Riverwoods, IL Pronouns: He/Him Growing up in Puerto Rico I grew up on a rural farm in Puerto Rico. Some of my favorite memories are celebrating Christmas on the farm with my family and friends. We always ate lots of Puerto Rican food (pig roasts, beans and rice) […]
Jose Rojo Morales Lead Financial Analyst Riverwoods, IL Pronouns: He/Him A focus on helping others Since I was a little kid I’ve always wanted to be a firefighter. Even though this career path didn’t end up materializing, I’ve kept the same passion for helping and assisting others. I consider myself a caring, humble, hardworking individual […]
Gabriela Loayza Executive Relationship Manager New Albany, OH Pronouns: She/Her Choosing industrial engineering Growing up in Peru, I’d wanted to be an engineer since middle school. I liked numbers and enjoyed learning how things work. Later I decided to pursue industrial engineering because it offered flexibility with the variety of industries I could work in. […]
Karina Gallardo Team Leader Phoenix, AZ Pronouns: She/Her Veterinarian to finance When I was younger, I wanted to be a veterinarian. And while my career interests have changed over time (don’t get me wrong, I still love animals), what’s remained the same is my desire to make a difference. I fell in love with Discover […]
Maria Melgar Consumer Banking Business Strategy Manager Riverwoods, IL Pronouns: She / Her Being an outsider I’m originally from Guatemala and moved to a very small town in Nevada when I was 10 years old. I joined 4th grade halfway through the year and didn’t know a single person at my new school. I also […]
Luis Benitez Senior Operations Manager Salt Lake City, UT Pronouns: He/Him Venezuelan and Colombian traditions My favorite traditions from growing up in Venezuela and Colombia were our Christmas and New Year’s celebrations. Every Christmas and New Year’s we’d get two new outfits (one for each holiday). In Venezuela it wasn’t very common to get new […]
Troy Martinez Marketing Strategy Lead Phoenix, AZ Pronouns: He/Him Pillow forts and the digital world Growing up, I loved to build things— blocks, plastic bricks, pillow forts. I’d spend hours building and imagining new things to play with. While I still love building things, as I got older I realized my love for technology and […]
Dan Capozzi EVP, President of US Cards Riverwoods, IL Pronouns: He/Him/His But first, coffee One of my favorite ways to engage with new hires and interns is by hosting coffee chats. Inevitably, participants ask how I made career decisions and are seeking advice. These questions make me pause and reflect on my own journey and, […]
Janice Glavtcheff Principal, Diversity Equity Inclusion Riverwoods, IL Pronouns: She/Her Holy Week Alfombras As a child, I visited my mom’s home country, Guatemala, every year. My favorite tradition was celebrating Semana Santa, or Holy Week. Holy Week is a big celebration in Guatemala and many other Latin American countries. My cousins and I would grab […]
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