Kimberly Valentine
Staff Writer at Built In, Brand Studio

Kimberly Valentine is a staff writer for Brand Studio at Built In. Prior to joining the company in May 2022, she edited thought leadership articles written by senior leaders and executives for publication on Forbes, Business Journals, Fast Company and other online business publications. She has reported on topics ranging from remote work to employee benefits for Senior Executive Media and has worked as an editor and writer for print magazines in the travel and lifestyle space. Kimberly holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism and is currently pursuing a graduate degree in communications.

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Nontraditional career journeys are common at Audible. When interests inspire employees to go in a new direction, leadership is there to provide the resources and mentorship to guide them.
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Each member of the crew at QuotaPath is driven by the curiosity to ask questions, explore possibilities and collaborate on brand new ways of doing things.
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With the acquisition of Gogo Commercial Aviation, Intelsat is expanding the potential of in-flight entertainment and exposing engineers and developers to multi-orbit satellite capabilities that connect people on the go, at home, in the air or at sea.
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Integrating solutions, a globally recognized technology solutions company, has created new opportunities for LeanIX — and employees are in a position to make an impact.
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Collaboration across the design, product and engineering teams guides projects from the idea stage all the way to implementation.
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Adages like ‘bring your whole self to work’ are compelling employees to work on projects they’re inspired by, leading to cross-departmental moves and promotions.
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There’s no one better for asset managers and legal professionals to speak to about their time-consuming administrative processes than someone who can say, ‘I’ve been there, I’ve done that and I want to show you a better way.’