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  • By Twilio Employer Brand Team
    Career Journeys @Twilio Career Journeys at Twilio

    As Twilio continues to grow, opportunities for Twilions to learn new skills, overcome new challenges, and advance their careers are limitless. There are plenty of examples of employees craving new experiences and finding the perfect fit right here at Twilio.

    There's no better way to showcase these stories than to ask Twilions who navigated their own remarkable career journeys. Each Twilion featured in this blog series lives the Twilio Magic values, kicking off their career at Twilio in one role and evolving into something entirely different. We thank them for sharing their unique insights into the milestones, support, and learnings they experienced along the way.

    Luke Losin Grace Kim Ivan Gracia

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  • By Twilio Employer Brand Team
    Career Journeys @ Twilio: Finding Work-Life Balance Career Journeys @ Twilio Luke

    Name: Luke Losin

    Role: Lead, Go-To-Market Talent Acquisition

    Home Base: Honolulu, Hawaii, United States

    FunFact: Luke has two middle names and may or may not be of royal descent.

    Career Journeys at Twilio: Luke timeline

    Ingenuity and resourcefulness have been a hallmark of Luke Losin’s Twilio career since his first day as a sales exec in Silicon Valley.

    Today, as the Talent Acquisition Lead for Twilio’s Go-To-Market team, Luke’s mission is to recruit new Twilions. And in the true spirit of a Builder and Owner – key Twilio Magic Values – he also helped pioneer a pilot program for remote work before it became a workplace norm.

    At Twilio, Luke has found a way to deliver high performance and contribute to the growth of his whole team while also maintaining a healthy work-life balance.

    So Long, Google, Hello Twilio

    After a five-year run in sales at Google, Luke began searching for an opportunity to make …

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  • By Twilio Employer Brand Team
    Career Journeys @ Twilio: Becoming a Sales Leader Career Journeys @ Twilio Grace

    Name: Grace Kim

    Role: Director, Strategic Growth Accounts

    Home Base: San Francisco, California, United States

    Fun fact: Grace was the captain of Columbia University’s Women’s Varsity Archery Team, winning the US Intercollegiate Archery Championships in 2013.

    Career Journeys at Twilio: Grace timeline

    How does a new college grad leapfrog from an entry-level sales job to a role that touches nearly every aspect of the company in just seven years?

    Twilio’s Director of Strategic Growth Accounts, Grace Kim, did it with intention, passion, and drive.

    Upon graduating from Columbia University, Grace was sure of just one thing — she wanted to work in software. She had always been interested in tech and felt that would be an ideal start to her career. At some point, the goal got more specific: Grace dreamt of being a CRO at a tech startup.

    Her journey with Twilio, and the skills and experiences she’s picked up along the way, is …

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  • By Twilio Employer Brand Team
    Career Journeys @ Twilio: Paying it Forward through Engineering Career Journeys at Twilio Ivan

    Name: Ivan Gracia

    Role: Principal Software Engineer

    Home Base: Madrid, Spain

    FunFact: Ivan regularly volunteers with the Red Cross to give back after witnessing a helicopter rescue in 2002.

    Career Journeys at Twilio: Ivan timeline

    Ivan Gracia isn’t afraid of uncertainty – he thrives on it.

    Before Ivan officially joined Twilio, he was a part of Kurento, the team behind the open-source project that became a wildly popular WebRTC media server on the Internet. When Twilio acquired the group in 2016, Ivan found himself at a crossroads: Continue that work as part of Twilio — or switch gears entirely and forge a new career in disaster relief.

    He ultimately chose to stay at Twilio, where he is now a Principal Software Engineer, a role that gives him plenty of time and space to explore big questions and the innovations such brainstorming can yield. "The people I met and had conversations with at Twilio were incredible. Twilio …

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  • By Twilio
    Commemorating & Celebrating Juneteenth at Twilio Juneteenth @ Twilio (1).png

    Juneteenth is a historic moment in the liberation of Black communities in the United States. While President Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation on January 1, 1863, the abolition of slavery was not fully enforced until June 19, 1865, when federal troops arrived in Galveston, Texas to announce that all remaining enslaved people were free. Last year, President Joe Biden declared Juneteenth a federal holiday in the U.S. For us, Juneteenth is a company-wide holiday and important reminder for all Twilions that the racial justice movement is an ongoing global call to action to build a more equitable Twilio by living our anti-racist commitment.

    Doing the work year-round

    Twilio’s racial equity work and support of Black Twilions is not confined to just one day. We continue this work every day so that we make these efforts less of a moment of honor, and more a movement of change. To support …

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  • By Gabriel Bolzi
    Apresentando o Developer Evangelist Gabriel Bolzi Apresentando o Developer Evangelist Gabriel Bolzi.png

    Olá a todos, meu nome é Gabriel Bolzi, Developer Evangelist da Twilio e estou aqui para me apresentar, vambooooora.

    Minha infância no Brasil foi basicamente jogar futebol na praia e ir de bicicleta para a escola, mas em algum momento algo chamou minha atenção, e seu nome era Tibia.

    Para quem não conhece o Tibia, é um jogo de RPG de 1997 (que ainda está online) e jogar esse jogo foi meu ponto de virada para começar a amar computadores.

    Tibia game

    Enquanto estava jogando Tibia, sentia que faltava partes mais complexas nele, queria criar minha própria versão do jogo e então descobri sobre os Tibia Servers - que são basicamente uma cópia do jogo original, mas permitindo que você criasse o seu próprio servidor, que lhe permitiria criar novos itens, novos mapas, novos feitiços e promoções.

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    Então minha jornada como desenvolvedor começou aos 15 anos, desenvolvendo em C++. Eu gastava 2-3 …

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  • By Anthony Dellavecchia
    Introducing Twilio Developer Evangelist, Anthony Dellavecchia Introducing Developer Evangelist, Anthony Dellavecchia

    Let me take you on a time machine...

    Let's ride a time machine!


    The year is 2001, I’m sitting in front of my Dell computer sippin’ on a can of Surge while “It Wasn’t Me” by Shaggy is playing on my MP3 player. I dial in to the Internet via AOL and hear the infamous dial up sound ring loudly within the family living room. Then, I log into Yahoo! to check on the news and jump into a chat room with random Internet strangers.

    AOL Online Dialup Gif


    Fast forward to 2005, I'm sitting in class with my backpack on top of my desk. Ms. Johnson can’t see what I’m doing, since my backpack is covering it all, but in one hand, I’m stealthily playing an episode of The Office …

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  • By Johnny Nguyen
    Introducing Intern Developer of Technical Content, Johnny Nguyen Introducing Johnny Nguyen

    If I could time travel, what would I think of my younger self? To be honest, I would probably think that I was annoying.

    I have to applaud my parents and siblings for putting up with me. Long days were made longer by my barrage of facts. They had to listen as I gave sermons about the solar system, anatomy, history, and more. I wasn’t just a know-it-all in the making – I was a builder. I liked to paint, draw, sculpt, and create. I stayed up visualizing and testing machines, and when I was drafting them in class, I was scolded by teachers. I didn’t care. I loved learning about everything and wanted to do everything.

    Soon after, the idea of settling down in a career shook me to my core. Why is it preferable to only choose one career? I could be an innovator, educator, and creator. History …

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  • By Twilio Employer Brand Team
    #OwlAboutMe: Emily Miller, Senior Impact Fund Manager Copy of Twilio Gives Back Globally_Blog Header.png

    #OwlAboutMe is an editorial series, spearheaded by the Twilio Employer Brand & Recruitment Marketing team, where we highlight our Twilions and how they are “drawing the owl” in their day-to-day roles and pushing the boundaries at Twilio!

    Today, say hey to Emily Miller (She/Her), Senior Impact Fund Manager with Twilio.Org. Emily is also a veteran of The U.S. Army and an active member of our Twarriors ERG, our employee resource group dedicated to supporting and empowering veterans, active service members, and allies at Twilio.

    Learn more about her, her proudest career moment to date, and which Twilio Magic value she digs the most in our inaugural #OwlAboutMe employee spotlight!

    Tell us about your role! What do you build? How did you land here?

    Hey! I’m Emily and I’m based in Denver, Colorado. After some pandemic-induced soul searching, my wife and I made the decision to move out west to Denver, …

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  • By Gabriel Bolzi
    Introducing Twilio Developer Evangelist Gabriel Bolzi Introducing Twilio Developer Evangelist Gabriel Bolzi

    Hello everyone, my name is Gabriel Bolzi, Developer Evangelist at Twilio and I’m here to introduce myself, lets gooooo.

    My childhood in Brazil was pretty much involved in playing soccer at the beach and riding my bike to school, but at some point something has gotten my attention, and it’s name was Tibia.

    For those who are not familiar with Tibia, it is a RPG game from 1997 (that is still online) and playing that game was my turning point to start loving computers.

    Tibia game

    While being involved in Tibia, I felt like I wanted more complex parts on it, I wanted to create my own version of the game and then I find out about Tibia Servers - Which are basically a copy of the original game, but on your own server, which would allow you to create new items, new maps, new spells and promotions.

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    Then my …

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