Jenny Lyons-Cunha

Jenny Lyons-Cunha is a Built In editor and former staff writer for Brand Studio. Lyons-Cunha has been writing about human interest, sustainability, mental health, change-making and more for nonprofits and tech companies since 2013. She holds a B.A. in Literary Journalism from the University of California, Irvine, an M.F.A. in Creative Writing, Nonfiction from San Fransisco State University and an M.S. in Digital Media Management from USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism. She has been published in KIOSK.

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Photo of farmland with John Deere sprayer featuring See & Spray technology
From CVML to digital twinning, John Deere is perpetually reimagining the future of farming. Built In sat down with Principal Architects Alok Kumar and Jason Wallin to learn more about the IT projects supporting the vision of “helping life leap forward.”
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Constructive feedback thrives in a growth-oriented environment. All Web Leads Senior Customer Success Manager Sarah Odgers shares how.
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Built In sat down with SourceDay Co-Founders Tom Kieley and Clint McRee to learn more about their measured approach to growing in times of change and uncertainty.
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“Oh my goodness, someone is creating something with our technology — live, right in front of us.” The experience of Snap team members at the 2023 Snap Partner Summit underscored the magic their work brought to life. Here’s a peek behind the scenes.
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On a small but mighty marketing team, Moov Financial Senior Content Writer Henry Kivett has the chance to own the creative process. Built In sat down with him to learn more.
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Research shows that consistent challenge is the best way to keep growing as an engineer. Built In Austin sat down with an engineer from AdAction to learn how they utilize learning and development to level up.
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Favor, SmarterX and CertifID lead with core values that are unique to their companies as DNA. Built In Austin sat down with them to learn more.
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From job interview to cross-functional collaboration to grand career pivots, Udemy employees who lead with humility and open-mindedness enjoy endless opportunities for career growth.
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From its new graduate orientation program to its leadership development courses, this identity security company is bridging the gap between textbooks and tech, sailing toward a more diverse, authentic and empowered workforce.
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For many, chronic illness is a lifelong journey. John Deere’s Karla Kleve discussed how the company’s ABLEd ERG provides employees with differing abilities a platform to share their stories, advocate for inclusion and exchange resources.
Business is booming in Austin — and Restaurant365, CrowdStreet and Closinglock are growing alongside their bustling hometown. Built In Austin sat down with all three companies to find out more.
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Tech leaders from Rex, Workrise, ClosedLoop.Ai and discuss their tactics for facilitating collaboration between UX designers and engineers.