For Jeff Berson, the CFO of a data center in Kansas, the pandemic means communicating virtually and flying less.
Rich Breymeier worked remotely even before the pandemic. Now, he’s 100% remote, using video conferencing to meet with clients and coworkers.
Qibin Ye worked in his Boston office until COVID-19 hit. Now he works in a home office/playroom he shares with his daughter and enjoys remote work.
Haley had to scramble to leave Italy when COVID-19 broke out. She doubted she’d find work, but landed a remote internship with a great team.
Elizabeth and Justin Osborne are remote work champs, taking business calls while they play tag team parents to their 2-year-old son, Ethan.
Remote real estate may seem odd, but Fidel Escobar loves the ability to work his own hours, network, and the comfort of working from home.
Adam Alpert, the co-founder & CEO of Pangea.app, has always worked remotely. That experience and the agility of his startup made remote work natural.
Remote teaching is not new to Suzanne Bell. The pandemic has changed her science tutoring business and her family dynamic, but she’s adapting.
David Picket, CEO of Gotham Organization in NYC saw the pandemic coming and made sure his team was prepared for remote work.