Creating inclusive remote work environments
Remoter Podcast season 2 releases creating inclusive remote work environments with Mari Moreshead & Victoria Heath of Creative Commons.
As a continuation of season 1 with Andrés Cajiao and Alexander Torrenegra, Remoter continues in its second season with the opportunity to interview some remote work leaders, ranging from companies, consultants, advocates, and more, to add to Remoter’s stash of free resources and human-centered stories, enriching our educational platform about remote work.
On this recording of the Remoter podcast, Director of People & Operations Mari Moreshead and Communications Manager Victoria Heath spent some time with Remoter to talk about Creative Commons’ dedication to remote work since they’ve transitioned to fully remote 5 years ago. Creative Commons is a nonprofit organization dedicated to building a globally-accessible public commons of knowledge and culture. They are at the heart of the open movement, which is a movement that aims to solve global problems through transparency and collaboration, reuse, and free access. What’s cool is that their overall missions and values are reflected in not only the work they do but also the way they run as a remote-first company. Mari and Victoria (and their events manager Alison Pearce who joined via phone) share the initiatives they maintain and run to continue improving their inclusive and diverse remote company culture. Being a remote-first company has made them more aware of the little details in upholding an inclusive remote workplace, down to the verbiage used when communicating as a team.
Recorded, produced, and edited by Josephine Tse.
Mixed and mastered by Stephen Stepanic.
Graphics and visuals by Valentina Castillo.
Music: Skip by OBOY (SoundStripe).
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