The wonder women of AgileBits

In continuing our celebration of Women’s Equality Day, I wanted to take a moment to introduce you to some of the awesome women that I get to work with on the AgileBits team. Here’s a little bit about us and how we all get our start in the tech industry, and some of our future plans.

Aleen

Aleen

Aleen is the official writer for 1Password for iOS. She hails from Phoenix, Arizona, where she lives with her husband and two cats. She’s a diversity advocate, budding developer, wordsmith, and podcaster. If you’ve seen her at all on the Internets, you’ll also know that she’s in contention for the team’s coveted coolest hair award.

Aleen has always been interested in tech (she spent her 16th birthday reformatting her computer’s hard drive!) and has a degree in technical writing. She’s currently writing an app of her own to learn Swift 2.0, and she looks forward to helping out on the development team in the future.

You can read more about Aleen in her Behind the Mug feature.

Eva

Eva

Eva is a crafty geek who came to the tech industry reluctantly after attempting to avoid following in her programmer-parents’ footsteps. She loves tackling difficult problems, knitting, and all things Whedon. Eva works on our customer support and social media teams, and dreams of enhancing her PHP coding skills in her spare time. She and her husband are working on adopting a daughter and aspire to raise her to embrace her own geekiness, whatever form that may take.

Laura

Laura

Born in England, Laura has become a California girl by choice. She’s been working in tech since leaving school, first as a computer programmer and then as a teacher of programming, system design and database design for Tandem Computers. After raising two children, she pursued her tech passion and finally joined our team to wow our customers every day.

Megs

Megan

I guess I should tell you a little bit about myself, as well.

I’m an artist and a big sci-fi/fantasy geek (on the dressing-up-at-conventions level on the scale), and I’m responsible for leading the social media team here at AgileBits. When I’m not helping users in the forums or crafting content for 1Password on Facebook, you’re likely to find me exploring some new place with my camera or getting my hands messy in one sort of project or another.

AgileBits is my first foray into the tech world, and honestly, I couldn’t be enjoying it more. I love the challenge of solving problems for our customers and sharing the secure word about 1Password in a fun and creative way. (It’s also pretty great to be able to work from my choice of hammock or beanbag chair at the office!)

Michelle

Michelle

Michelle comes from an arts and sciences background and is responsible for keeping the AgileBits Toronto office organized and running smoothly. One of her favourite parts of her job is being able to send birthday treats to the AgileBits team members around the world. I have to say, it’s one of our favorite parts of her job, too!

Michelle is just about finished with her first big project at AgileBits: designing and coordinating our move into a shiny new office. You’ll soon get a good look at all her hard work, right here on the blog!

Peri

Peri

Peri is a musician who loves hiking, camping, and river excursions. She works on our customer support team, focussing her attention on 1Password for Android. After being the person in her family who always fixes the problems with everyone’s computers, an internship at Mozilla (the Ascend Project) introduced Peri to a few other AgileBits team members in her hometown of Portland. She just couldn’t resist joining us!

Sara

Sara

Sara is our Minister of Magic, responsible for making sure everything at AgileBits keeps running. Her favourite part of the job is working with awesome people. As one of the founders, she has often preferred a behind-the-scenes role, but is always ready to dive in and make sure our users know they are being heard and helping people feel the love. : )

Virginia

Virginia

Virginia is another Portlander who joined our team after attending Mozilla’s Ascend Project. When our official “Day Brightener” is not making users smile in the forums or via email, you’ll likely find her hosting a pub trivia night; singing karaoke; or off on some other pursuit of happiness, fun and adventure!

With a background in customer service and admin support, Virginia got her start in tech by talking to friends in the industry, attending conferences and meetups, and completing online coding tutorials. She’s been dreaming about development, but she’s enjoying customer support so much that she’s not sure she wants to give it up!

Winnie

Winnie

Winnie is a German expat living in Montreal. She’s an iOS developer with a passion for photography, travelling, and her two crazy cats. A teacher sparked Winnie’s love of programming, and she hasn’t looked back since! She loves being able to add new features and fix bugs in an app on which so many people depend.

Winnie is active in her local programming scene and is spending her spare time building an app that automates some of the processes in her home.

Want to be a part of this amazing team?

We’re always looking to add unique voices to our team. If you’re interested in talking to us about employment opportunities, please write to jobs@agilebits.com.

4 replies
  1. Richard Gardner
    Richard Gardner says:

    Have 1password on my iPad and iPhone

    Also on iMac but they will not sync

    Then noticed that instead of downloading from app store i downloaded from this website and paid £32-00 odd pounds whereas I could have got it for free.

    Keep the money but how can I get all 3 to synchronise?

    I bought an iPhone for this purpose when i already had a perfectly good Samsung which acyiually outperforms the iMac

    Fed up and far from home

    Richard Gardner

    Reply
    • Virginia
      Virginia says:

      Hi, Richard!

      We’ll be happy to help you get your 1Password data syncing between all your devices!

      If you wouldn’t mind, please send an email directly to our support team at support@agilebits.com. Go ahead and include a link to this blog post so that you don’t have to repeat yourself too much, and we’ll get back to you shortly with some solutions. :)

      Thanks so much,

      Virginia
      Day Brightener
      AgileBits

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