Eva Roethler

Eva Roethler is a senior staff writer at Built In. She obtained her Bachelor of Science in Nutrition from Arizona State University before embarking on a decade career working in fresh produce communications and media. She also worked as an editor for a regional magazine in Northern California covering local business, arts and non-profits before joining the team at Built In. 

Roethler is a member of the Built Out LGBTQ employee resource group, and a co-founder of the Built Different employee resource group for disabled, chronically ill and neurodivergent employees. She also moonlights as an artist and illustrator. 

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DIRECTV's Kamilah Jackson walking outside of the company's offices with a colleague
Diverse perspectives keep DIRECTV innovative in its mission to deliver the best in entertainment.
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Women from Los Angeles-based companies share the lessons they’ve learned in their journeys from individual contributor to leader
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A leader in geospatial location technology, Foursquare’s fluency in people and places have helped it develop a multi-pronged approach to building an inclusive culture that employees want to stick with.
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“Good design in technology masks its complexity and restores its humanity,” said Randy Simms, who joined two other CCC leaders in detailing how the company conducted fully immersive user research and testing before it launched its new diagnostics product.
Los Angeles Winter Tech Watch
From fast-growing startups to established firms with hefty benefits, here’s a rundown of L.A.’s most noteworthy people-first organizations to watch in the season ahead.
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Two local engineering leaders offer advice for managers to empower teams to own their work.
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Here’s how four LA companies are using Pride as an opportunity to uplift employees and demonstrate meaningful allyship.
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It’s not easy being the only woman on a team, but these two locals explain how they plan to bring others up behind them.
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Jobseekers have lots of power in the current market. Here are some opportunities to explore.
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Companies need to do more to make women feel valued. Seven local leaders share their strategies.
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Thinking about quitting your job? These local companies are hiring
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At Anduril, the perception team has been able to update a deep neural network in as little as four hours.