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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Using speed to challenge her prioritization and decision-making skills, this engineer develops more than automation systems for Shelf Engine.
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The more solutions layered into a product’s design, the more likely it is to overcomplicate the experience. Here’s how two local teams keep it simple.
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The tech scene is looking bright in Seattle, as a slew of significant funding rounds demonstrate.
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Authenticity, mental wellness and professional connections are just a few examples of the people-first priorities at these local tech companies.
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Not sure which direction to take your team’s marketing methods? Learn how this local tech company leaves the guessing game behind.
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For engineers navigating professional growth, not all signs necessarily point to management.
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Tyemill is invested in the growth of their ambitious, collaborative team.
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Finding the right balance can be tricky, but these five Seattle tech companies are cultivating workplaces where employees can thrive.