At Welkin Health, we believe a company is only as amazing as its people. We’ve dedicated ourselves to improving the lives of care teams and want to show off the people who work tirelessly behind the scenes to make that happen. We’ll be doing a Q&A with one of our extraordinary team members to show off the people behind the product.
Our very own Adoran Moshe joined us this year as a Full Stack Developer. His expertise in the field will help our team continue to maintain a fast, clean and efficient platform for our customers. So, let’s get to know Ado a little bit more, shall we?
Where are you from?
Originally, I am from Israel but as the years go it seems like I’m from more and more places. We moved to the US when I was a child and have since lived up and down the East Coast. About 6 years ago we moved to the SF Bay Area and I’ve been proud to call this home ever since!
What is your favorite Welkin value and why?
We greatly value diversity at Welkin and I am so proud to be a part of that. I come from a diverse background personally and enjoy sharing experiences and ideas with different people that have different perspectives and life experiences. I think diversity and the pooling of perspectives is the greatest cornerstone to any venture.
What do you love about working for Welkin and why?
I love the atmosphere of cooperation and the constant strive toward customer satisfaction and care. We support an important industry and we do not take that responsibility lightly.
Who is your favorite Welkin pet and why?
Not officially a Welkin dog quite yet, but my family’s dog is always my favorite. She has moved with us every step of the way and has always had a good attitude about it.
What is your favorite Welkin snack?
Unfortunately, I started when all was virtual and that includes snacks. But I do enjoy a home-made smoothie some mornings, I have found a winning recipe is some frozen fruits, peanut butter, milk, and possibly some granola on top.
What do you like to do when you’re not at work?
My sister has gotten both of us into surfing lately, so sometimes we’ll go down to Pacifica and try to catch some waves 🙂
If you weren’t in your current role, what would you be doing?
I have always been interested in Economics, it was my minor and I think if engineering wasn’t such an amazing fit for me, I would pursue economics.
If you had a prop in your photo, please tell us a bit more about it and why it’s meaningful for you.
I usually try and stand in front of some beautiful view in my pictures. Moving so much has given me a lot of opportunities to travel, and I have happily taken them, wether it’s in a foreign country or some place close to home I love exploring what this beautiful planet has to offer.
What’s your daily routine during quarantine?
During quarantine I have been trying to maintain my positive habits when I can and find a way to replicate them in our new situation. For example, where I would once take the BART to work, catch up on news and current events, or just take some time to think about my day, I now try to take some time in the morning or evening to do those things. On the other hand, since I don’t have to step outside to eat lunch or to commute, I try to get outside as much as possible in other ways. Because of that, I have even picked up a few new sports and hobbies!
Since we’re working from home, where in your home do you like to work?
I am currently living with my family so my dad and I have completely taken over the dining room. We each have a full workstation set up and have even replaced the dining room chairs with office chairs. We try to always start off the day with either the aforementioned smoothie or some yogurt with granola and fruit. That gives us energy to sprinkle in some exercises throughout the day. My sister also joins us from time to time to study, we like to call our setup “Moshe Work.” 🙂
If you’re interested in working with people like Ado, join our incredible team! We regularly update our open positions on the Welkin Health Careers Page.
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