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Meet the Goworkers: Benjamin Chrobot
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Meet the Goworkers: Benjamin Chrobot

Name: Ben Chrobot From: Kingston, NY Job: Bioinformatics Software Developer / Co-founder at LongTail Biotech Here’s what a typical day in your life looks like: Mornings are an important time for me. I take my time…

Meet the Goworkers: Cherise Tricia Fung
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Meet the Goworkers: Cherise Tricia Fung

Name: Cherise Tricia Fung   From: born in NW DC, came of age in Ithaca, NY and learned to drive-debuted-found and lost myself in NJ (Netcong, Flanders, Fair Lawn, and Jersey City).  Happily settling…

Meet The Goworkers: Elena Drakos
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Meet The Goworkers: Elena Drakos

Elena Drakos From: Brooklyn, NY Job: Mom, COO Prosper Gowork, Property Manager, Landlord Over how many years have you been a mobile professional? About 10 years, in differing definitions of that term. What…

Meet the Goworkers: Andy Manos
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Meet the Goworkers: Andy Manos

Andy Manos From: Atlanta, GA Job: Consultant/Special Project Manager for EnviroSpark Energy Solutions. Here’s what a typical day in the life of Andy looks like: If I am not traveling, typically I…

Meet The Goworkers: Jacqui Smith
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Meet The Goworkers: Jacqui Smith

Jacqui Smith From: East Williamsburg, Brooklyn (originally from New Zealand) Job: Content strategy and PR nookcomms.com Here’s what a typical day in the life of Jacqui looks like: 7am Drink coffee, chase toddler,…

Meet The Goworkers: Michi Turner
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Meet The Goworkers: Michi Turner

Michi Turner From: Greenpoint (originally from San Francisco, CA) Job: Freelance designer/illustrator Here’s what a typical day in the life of Michi looks like: Kids, Work, Kids, Work, Kids, Work. (Mix in running,…

Meet the Goworkers: Eric Hartz
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Meet the Goworkers: Eric Hartz

From: Bushwick, Brooklyn Job: Real estate agent Here’s what a typical day in the life of Erick looks like: There is no typical day in real estate but that’s what keeps it…