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The way we work is changing — fast. More people are working remotely at least part of the time. And, for many, the idea of a virtual workplace lies in uncharted territory.
How Our Team Used Data Science to Fight Back Against the Opioid Epidemic
In January of 2017, a group of small communities nestled in the winding hills of the Ohio River Valley decided they’d had enough.
For many, it’s enough to get up, go to work, go home and repeat. West Virginia native Skye Reymond is not like many people. While juggling her full-time position as a Data Scientist, and a member of CentralApp’s Talent Exchange, Skye also takes the time to mentor other people in the state’s growing tech field. The Marshall University and Northwestern University graduate isn’t just defined by her considerable intellectual pursuits. She also lends her talents on the soccer field as a coach with the Eastern Elite Soccer Academy.
Beth Fanning Taylor is a true trailblazer. When Beth moved to a more rural community in WV, she searched for a job where she could use her college degree and have the flexibility to make sure her family stayed a top priority. What she found was the opportunity to take a chance. As a new mom, Beth enrolled in the Centralapp tech training program — even though she had no prior tech experience. Eight months later, she became a 3x-certified Salesforce Consultant. Now she works from home through the CentralApp Talent Exchange, a marketplace connecting companies with tech talent in Appalachia. Not only is Beth a CentralApp Trailblazer, her tenacity and willingness to forge her own path shows the true spirit of West Virginia.