Entries by hsterling

The Ladies of Business Intelligence

We asked the ladies on our business intelligence tech team to share their experiences with leading in tech, their advice for the women after them, and the necessary progress still to make in the future. Neha Kamineni Lead Application Architect Chicago, IL Pronouns: She/Her I firmly believe that mentorship is crucial to a successful career, […]

Discover Interns Tell All: Behind the Scenes in Our Internship Program

This summer we welcomed nearly 150 interns into our technology, analytics, and general business internship programs. Hear from this year’s emerging talent about the moments when they “leveled up,” the best advice they’ve received, and why they chose Discover. Ashley DeLarm Data and Analytics Intern Riverwoods, IL Pronouns: she/her Advice that’s resonated with me is, […]

The Path to Regional Operations Director

Angela Anacay Director, Regional Operations Pronouns: She/Her/Hers New Castle, DE The journey to Discover I often share the story of how I got hired at Discover. When I applied, I already had four job offers on the table. On paper, all the other offers were objectively better. However, there was something about the warm welcome, […]

Girls, Gays and Theys: Navigating Corporate America from Beyond the Margins

We’re talking about our experiences navigating corporate America as part of the LGBTQ+ community.  Vibe with someone’s story? Click their name for their full blog. Camille Todd Agile Coach, Cybersecurity Remote (Delaware) Pronouns: He/Him | They/Them I navigate corporate structures with intention and compassion. I’m intentional about 2 things– being my most authentic self and […]

HBCU Alumni Talk Black Excellence on Campus and Beyond

Historically Black College and University (HBCU) Alumni at Discover share why they chose a historically Black institution, the impact their education had on their lives, and their advice for anyone considering attending. For more on how Discover supports Black excellence, explore our recent college commitment partnership with Paul Quinn College. Nasiya Acklen Senior Manager Diversity, […]