From getting invited to an NBA game to going on stage and speaking in front of the entire company, I feel like the luckiest early-career professional ever. Being an international student, I’ve had hurdles throughout my college career. ServiceNow helped me overcome many of them and truly allowed me to dream big.
At ServiceNow, title doesn’t matter—I’ve been treated and cared for the same as anyone else. With the encouragement and support of my colleagues, I gathered the courage to approach our amazing CFO, Gina Mastantuono. She agreed to be a part of the video summary of my experiences at the company. Like her, everyone I’ve met at the organization has welcomed me with open arms.
In the past, I faced difficulties being myself in the workplace. I was expected to put on a façade, so that’s what I did. At ServiceNow, every single person I’ve met embraced my extroverted, spontaneous, and energetic self. My achievements were always recognized. There was, without fail, a new opportunity for me to grab onto every single day.
Although my role was specifically product public relations, I owned a three-blog series, led Instagram takeovers for my early-career peers, emceed for our company all-hands meeting, and was able to explore many different departments across the company.
I was lucky enough to have a manager who constantly challenged me, believed in me, and motivated me to excel in my role. I’m more than grateful and wish every early-career professional could have a similar experience.
Although my journey as a ServiceNow co-op is coming to an end, I plan to stay in touch with everyone I’ve met and continue to seek advice from all the mentors and friends I’ve gained during my time here.
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