Our Discover teammates opened up about growing up and masking their true selves. Find out how they’ve learned to create space for themselves. Vibe with someone’s story? Click their name for more. Brandon Frost Sr. Business Analyst Remote (Portland, Oregon) Pronouns: He/Him/His When I was younger and closeted, I spent so much time and energy […]
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Discover teammates share their perspectives on the nuances of allyship from within the LGBTQ+ community. Vibe with someone’s perspective? Click on their name to read their full story. Stephanie Garcia Loan Review Specialist Lake Park, UT Pronouns: She/Her Apart from my friend, I kept my sexual identity to myself at first. I felt worried that […]
Hear life-changing advice from people who’ve fought for their joy, for acceptance and for themselves. Vibing with what they’re sharing? Click on their name to read their full story. Anahita Chaudhary Lead Modeler Riverwoods, IL Pronouns: She/her/hers When I was in grade 4, in the year 2002, Mumbai became the most populous city in India […]
Nathan Andon Account Executive Riverwoods, IL Pronouns: He/Him/His The pre-internet Midwest landscape The first time I came out to myself I was a teenager living in a small, Midwestern town. I knew my identity in my mind, but growing up in the Midwest (and being pre-internet) was very isolating. I literally felt like I was […]
Camille Todd Agile Coach, Cybersecurity Remote (Delaware) Pronouns: He/Him | They/Them Fluidity and self-love My identity has definitely evolved over the years and it’s been a wild ride. When I was born I was AFAB (Assigned Female at Birth) and in my early adolescent years (11 or 12) I came out to my friends and […]
Nicole Shuck Senior Manager, Rewards Marketing Riverwoods, IL Pronouns: She/Her/Hers Why I stayed in denial From a young age, my friends and family joked about me being gay. All throughout middle school, high school, and even my freshmen year of college, I denied it. I felt afraid of being more different than I already was, […]
Laura Stoll Principal Release Manager New Albany, OH Pronouns: She / Her I tried to ignore it I’m a bi woman, married to a woman who I’ve been with almost 16 years. Most of my life I knew that I was attracted to women, but because I was brought up in a religious household, I […]
Megan Isaac Team Leader, Deposits Front Office Lake Park, UT Pronouns: She/Her Navigating religion and the LGBTQ+ community It was extremely hard for me to come out to myself. I grew up in a religion where being a part of the LGBTQ+ community was not okay and it was shameful. I always knew that there […]
Karlyn Steadman Team Coach New Albany, OH Pronouns: They/Them My identity over time When I was a kid, I identified as a tomboy. The youngest of 3 daughters, I was the one who played every sport from dance, to cheer and even played football up until my first year of high school, and yes, softball […]
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