WHO WE ARE
Meet our Product teams
- Product Managers
- Product Designers
- UX Researchers
- Design & Research Program Managers
- Communication Designers
- Content Designers
- Creator Managers
- News Editors
- Content Managers
- Business Development
[in] our own words
"One of the things that has made me feel supported as a female leader at LinkedIn is seeing women (especially moms) at various stages of their career and tenure at every level of the company. This has shown me that no role is off limits to women and our careers don't have to be linear. This reassures me that there's a place for me at LinkedIn for many years to come no matter how my personal and professional needs may shift."
Director, UX Research
"'Act like an owner.' This phrase really deeply defines our culture. Everyone is encouraged to innovate and build, as long as they're also willing to take responsibility, think for the whole, involve all the right stakeholders, and build things that are good for the world (not just good for metrics or good for short term gain). Ownership means sticking through the thick and thin, and always doing what's right for the world and company in the long run."
Group Product Manager
"Connecting and building relationships is key not only as a Latina in tech but also at LinkedIn to be able to do your work. Being part of Women in Product, Parents at LinkedIn, Hispanics of LinkedIn Alliance, and even joining local LinkedIn peers here in South Florida allowed me to build those relationships and also connect with amazing professionals from whom you can learn something from and also make friends."
Romina Bin Mac Donnell
Senior Product Manager
“The impact of the projects is what’s crazy for me. We’re not doing this work for just 10,000 or 20,000 people – this is at scale. Millions of people’s lives can be changed. I can tell my family, 'I work at LinkedIn and I build the stuff to make a difference in the lives of millions of people.'”
Product Manager, Internal Mobility
"At LinkedIn, the Product Org is small enough that having a direct impact on making our features ‘Members First’ is almost always possible. It also means the relationships can be more genuine so if you need to meet with someone related to your area, you probably already have a relationship with someone who knows them. The other amazing thing about being a relatively smaller organization is both the ownership we feel for our projects as well as the opportunity to influence the way we operate as an organization. You have an idea? Chances are we can find a way to test it out!"
Senior Manager, User Experience Research
"As a mom, the worry I had was if my new work schedule would conflict with my daughter's school drop off or pick up times. Those fears have been put to rest. The culture at LinkedIn is inclusive and supportive of parents. My organization and my manager have given me the agency to design my work week in a way that enables me to be fully present while I am working and disconnect from work when I am with family."
Senior Design Program Manager