Taylor Rose
Staff Writer at Built In
Expertise: Tech, Sustainability, LGBTQ issues
Education: Antioch University

Taylor Rose is a staff writer for Built In. Taylor is an award-winning journalist who has written about sustainability, tech, art and human rights for the last decade. Taylor has also worked in the tech sector and for nonprofits as a content strategist throughout their career. They hold a B.A. in Journalism from Indiana University, an M.A. in Urban Sustainability and an M.F.A in Creative Writing, Nonfiction from Antioch University. Taylor is currently writing their second book.

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An illustration of two people in front of ladders with different spaces between the rungs, showing the effort it takes to close the wage gap.
An inside look at how three U.S. tech companies are approaching equitable pay.
 Large group photo of Huntress team at its annual in-person Summer Summit.
The ways Huntress is helping each new hire feel supported through the big life change of starting a new job.
Brian Stanback, principal software engineer at Demand.io
Flexibility and innovation at Demand.io allows Principal Software Engineer Brian Stanback “to grow tremendously as both a leader and individual contributor.”
A closeup of a person’s hands while they are cutting a folded piece of paper. The photo was taken during an activity at Telesign.
The cybersecurity company is embedding its mission into its global employee experience, becoming “an employer of choice not in words but in action.”
A close up image shows a hand using a stylus on a tablet to represent AI creation.
Two development teams share how they are pushing AI to be better.
An illustration in cool colors representing digital transformation with imagery like people walking and running, along with large hands using a phone and holding a lightbulb above houses.
In 2024, Wipfli will introduce tech like a new client hub, a new finance and people management system, along with refreshed marketing and sales platforms
 A woman stands in front of a group of coworkers with a whiteboard and a graph to teach them.
The e-commerce company’s professional development centers around interdepartmental collaboration and learning to help employees “tackle complex challenges with creativity and determination.”
 Members of the Women at Motive employee resource group chat around a table.
An inside look at Motive’s sales team culture, and how it enables team members to help clients find the tech they need.
Two business employee resource group leaders share how the group is committed to ‘ongoing education, increased representation and retention while driving social change.’
 A group of Check employees mingle at an employee get-together at sunset.
Check teammates describe the development and release of three new offerings that make building and running a payroll business much easier.
Ingage team members wearing lanyards at conference
Ingage is building a company culture that stays ahead of team burnout by listening to its employees, communicating openly and sharing time together as a team.