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Arianne Moore

Unite Us

Arianne Moore

How did you get your job? 

I found the job opportunity through LinkedIn. 

What was the most surprising thing you learned at your job? 

Unite Us is a tech company whose product is the only one in the market to connect clients by addressing their health and Social Determinants of Health through a technology platform. This technology platform is their product that has so much potential to change the lives of the underserved.

What do/did you like most about your job? 

I loved learning about the roles the Legal and Compliance department plays in securing deals with customers such as the government or community-based organizations who will be using Unite Us platform to better the lives of the underserved community.

How do you think this experience has helped you in your career path? 

Being in this internship has allowed me to gain experience in the In House and Corporate Law practice areas. Prior to this internship, I interned for a cybersecurity tech company which gave me the experience to qualify for this competitive internship. Working for a tech company has sparked a passion to continue on this path post-grad. I enjoy the tech company culture with diversity and inclusion at its forefront. It is truly interesting to work with the legal department of a tech company that is constantly striving for innovation and progress in the advancement of technology. The marriage of law and technology continues to fascinate me along with the interesting challenges an In-House counsel encounters and not every day is the same.

What is the most valuable thing you’ve learned at this job? 

One of the most valuable things I learned at this job was that In-House Counsel for a technology company is a tight-knit community working not only with employees in the legal field but also being in a cross-functional environment with various stakeholders in the company. You learn from various departments and help with business decisions. I was able to work with Corporate and Compliance counsels and learn about the many hats they wear in supporting a tech company through a legal and business lens.

Did your job change in a virtual workplace?  How did you interact with your co-workers? 

My job is remote and Unite Us is a remote friendly workplace with employees from all over the country. I have one on one feedback every other day with my supervisor and weekly meetings with the legal department. Because this company is a remote-friendly workplace this resulted in stronger communication with my coworkers from one-on-one meetings to weekly team meetings.  As an intern, I was part of their 2022 Summer Internship program with 20 other interns from all over the country working in various departments of the company. Each week we would have online intern socials and we would also have weekly learning workshops with topics such as ‘How to Communicate Effectively’ or ‘How to Start a Business’.