Kim Conway
Staff Writer at Built In

Kim Conway is a staff writer for the Brand Studio at Built In. After earning a Bachelor of Arts in English Writing from Illinois Wesleyan University, she went on to write and edit a variety of entertainment, art and lifestyle content for both digital and print publications. Prior to joining the Built In team, Conway committed to her curiosity and completed Code Like a Girl’s Foundations of Web Development course where she learned HTML, CSS and JavaScript.

As a co-founder of Brand Studio’s Fun Club, Conway believes work can—and should—be fun. She is dedicated to fostering community, culture and space for recognition within her department. Her favorite industry topics to cover include women in tech, healthcare technology and company culture.

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Ever-curious and “always learning,” the team at Udemy shared details on the most impactful development initiatives they get involved in to keep their minds refreshed.
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With open roles from engineering to marketing — and everything in between — has opportunities for tech talent across the board.
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No matter the distance, maintaining a collaborative and well-connected workforce are top priorities for these local teams.
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From improving customer experiences to determining a team’s staffing capacity, operations leaders keep their companies running seamlessly.
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Reframe the challenges of remote work as opportunities to improve how you connect with your team.
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The pandemic proved the importance of keeping hospitality at the heart of inKind’s team values.
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Can sales pipeline technology do double-duty by also paving the way to further a company’s goals?
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Questions are key in management roles — are you asking enough of them?
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New sales hires at WP Engine, Smarter Sorting and Modernize Home Services share their stories.