Nona Tepper
Staff Reporter at Built In

Nona Tepper is a former Built In staff reporter covering technology industry trends. She holds a masters of journalism from Northwestern University and a bachelor of arts in journalism and english from Indiana University Bloomington. Prior to joining Built In, Tepper was a reporter and editor for Forest Park Review and Wednesday Journal, and her work has appeared in The Washington Post, Crain’s Chicago Business, Slate, VICE and MarketWatch. She is currently a staff reporter at Modern Healthcare.

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As COVID-19 fuels debates about privacy and other values, a Spotify designer has developed a framework teams can use to design ethically.
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How Hypergiant’s chief ethics officer promotes ethics both inside the company and out.
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As the COVID-19 pandemic spreads, an increasing number of scammers are targeting credit unions’ already vulnerable call centers.
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One social media researcher tells us what analysis of the relationship between Twitter and Venmo can teach us about what the cross-platform economy is funding.