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Allyson M.

What’s the vibe like in the office?

The office vibe is really open and driven. Not only is the space open concept, but it truly feels like you have access to team members at any level, and that you are always supported. People around here are constantly asking “How can I help you?”. We are all driven to accomplishing our goals.

Allyson M. – Product Development Engineer


Rob P.

What are some social events your company does? 

It seems like we are always doing something! Trivia and a at home version of Price is Right are two of my favorites.  We even got a S’mores kit sent to our house to make S’mores over Zoom. 

Rob P. – Staff Accountant

Kelsey D.

What do you look forward to at work?

I really like working for Weavr because I know that what I do day to day has a real impact. I feel valued and trusted to actively contribute to the company’s success. I love knowing that the work I do matters to the company, and that the work the company does matters for providing quality health products to consumers.

Kelsey D. – Product Development Engineer

Ben R.

What are some benefits you’ve discovered about working here that you weren’t aware of when you started? 

One thing that wasn’t mentioned on the job description is how closely you’re able to work with other teams and learn from them. I don’t have a background in engineering, sales or business operations, but I am quickly learning more about the importance of these teams. Even if only through osmosis, I am learning so many things I never would have been able to without joining Weavr. A lot of this learning is attributable to the lack of silos but at Weavr, everyone works closely with every team and that isn’t seen in most companies 

Ben R. – Clinical Operations Coordinator

What do you look forward to at work? 

I look forward to working with our team. We foster genuine care for each other, which makes for exciting, supportive collaboration. I also continue to appreciate the consistent encouragement to follow what I am passionate about and take on new opportunities to learn. 

Libby R. – Product Manager, IVD Remote Collection Platforms

Matt M.

What is the most interesting thing about working here, and about the work you do? 

I love speaking with our partners and learning more about their vision. As at-home and virtual care become more of the norm, especially for those who do not have easy access to healthcare providers, it is amazing to see all the difficult problems they are trying to solve, and how Weavr is critical in enabling that. 

Matt M. – Senior Manager, Business Development

How do your team’s ideas influence the company’s direction? 
If someone has an idea, no matter how unrelated it is to their “job title”, if it is a good idea, it will be considered and could even drive change in existing plans – another beauty of this small and collaborative team environment. 

Steven C. – Senior Program Manager

What is your vision for the company? 

Joining Weavr Health was an opportunity to empower people to engage with their health in a way that can truly lead to better outcomes. Our mission is to ensure anyone, anywhere can access the best health and wellness care by making at-home blood collection and testing easy and affordable. 

Wendy H. – Vice President, Product & Commercial  

How do you make yourself accessible to the rest of the team? 

In addition to the standard team meetings and universally accepted communication methods (i.e., texts, emails, Team chats, etc.), the best way I make myself accessible to the team is by being approachable. Showing kindness and actively listening to current issues as well as mentoring the team goes a long way to foster accessibility.

Becky L. – Vice President, Global Quality and Regulatory 

What unique initiatives do you have that encourage innovation? 

Within the Research and Development & Clinical team, we strive to foster a culture of ongoing learning.  This includes a combination of providing internal training, attending conferences, sharing knowledge, encouraging and supporting employees to develop their own knowledge acquisition process.  Giving the team the right tools and knowledge helps build the foundation for innovative ideas that are relevant, solid, and impactful. 

 Jingzi Sherman – Vice President, Research and Development, Clinical