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Category Archives: YP Perspectives

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Resilience of Young Professionals in a Global Pandemic and Merger

Posted by: Kenzie Diaz
Posted: March 1, 2021
Categories: Professional Development, Networking & Social, Lifestyle & Wellness, YP Perspectives, Community Partners, IndyHub

When I interviewed at Kronos (now UKG), I was giddy about starting the onboarding process in a beautiful, downtown Indy office with a team-oriented environment. COVID shutdowns quickly made all my expectations change, but the team environment remained […]

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Calling On The Helpers: Supporting Texans

Posted by: Katie Babbitt
Posted: February 22, 2021
Categories: YP Perspectives, IndyHub

My boyfriend, Jarod and I love Texas. We’d spent months looking forward to spending a week over Valentine’s Day in Austin seeing a few of our favorite musicians, visiting our favorite honky-tonks, buying new boots (hello Tecovas), eating […]

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On The Transit Front, Meet Katrina Ent

Posted by: Hannah Thomas
Categories: Networking & Social, Lifestyle & Wellness, Sustainability, Civic Engagement, YP Perspectives, Community Partners, Innovation & Technology, IndyHub

Katrina Ent is an early communications professional, digital storyteller and relationship builder. She’s also a dedicated member of the IndyGo team where she sits at the helm of communications for our city’s transit system. I got to sit […]

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Natalia Rodriguez-Hilt | 1828 Leadership Project Spotlight

Posted by: IndyHub
Posted: February 19, 2021
Categories: Civic Engagement, YP Perspectives, Community Partners, IndyHub

Born and raised abroad, Natalia spent most of her time living in Mexico and Guatemala before moving to Indianapolis, Indiana in 2011. Community engagement and economic development have been a large part of Natalia’s life and she continues […]

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