Taylor Rose
Staff Writer at Built In
Expertise: Tech, Sustainability, DEI
Education: Antioch University

Taylor Rose is a staff writer for Built In. Taylor is an award-winning journalist who has written about sustainability, tech, art and human rights for the last decade. Taylor has also worked in the tech sector and for nonprofits as a content strategist throughout their career. They hold a B.A. in Journalism from Indiana University, an M.A. in Urban Sustainability and an M.F.A in Creative Writing, Nonfiction from Antioch University. Taylor is currently writing their second book.

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Members of Built In’s engineering team tell the story of how the online community for local tech companies, jobs and news went global.
An inside look at eight Boston tech companies, from startups to giants, and their 2024 transformations.
Benchling’s new end-to-end process development platform “has the potential of accelerating how quickly these new medicines can reach everyday people.” Two product designers provide an inside look at the development process.
Supporting employee well-being requires a systemwide approach. These two companies share how they are meeting that need.
The ways Huntress is helping each new hire feel supported through the big life change of starting a new job.
Sanjay Patel shares how building an innovation culture shapes Takeda’s digital transformation.
How Senior Software Engineering Manager Joelle Merwin leads her teams and helps the international company scale.
DoseSpot CTO shares an inside look at what it took to build real-time prescription benefits into the platform.
An inside look at early, mid and senior career paths at Point B, and how the company encourages continuous learning.
An interview with an engineer at Piaggio Fast Forward on what helps kick-start his work.
DISQO launches a new enterprise platform based on customer feedback and built through a global team effort.
By prioritizing continuous learning and workplace growth, Pluralsight empowers its team to step into its customers’ shoes.