Mission: Whitepages will deliver services committed to authenticity, transparency, and personal control of identities because we believe data should be used for good.
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As CFO, Jason oversees the financial, HR, legal, and administrative functions of Whitepages. Prior to Whitepages he worked as a Principal at HIG Capital, a Manager at Bain & Company, and was the Founder and Senior Vice President at AdvancePath Academics. Jason is a graduate of Williams College and has Masters degrees from Stanford University and Dartmouth.
CPO & General Counsel
Kelly serves as General Counsel and Chief Privacy Officer, managing legal affairs and keeping tabs on data security and privacy trends. She previously held the position of Senior Vice President, Operations and General Counsel at ScreenLife. Kelly attended the College of Saint Benedict and received her law degree from the University of Michigan.
GM of Consumer Business
Leigh is responsible for driving revenue for the company’s consumer business. Before Whitepages, Leigh led marketing and growth at ReachNow, served as CMO for Avvo, and the Sr. VP & GM at Marchex. A UW graduate, Leigh serves on the board of the Woodland Park Zoo and is co-owner and winemaker at Welcome Road Winery in Seattle.
VP of Product
Executive Chairman & Founder
Alex founded Whitepages in 1996 and now serves as Executive Chairman of the Board. He began his career in investment banking with the Goldman Sachs High Technology Group and was selected as Software Entrepreneur of the Year, PNW by Ernst & Young. Alex now serves as the CEO of Hiya.
Amazing Products are nothing without the people behind them. Our teammates come from schools and companies of over 30 countries. We are all focused on helping our clients build trusted connections in today's digital economy. As a company, we’re not shy about investing in the continued growth of our employees with a learning and development stipend. We’re risk takers, innovators, and people who revel in the challenge of building our own success.
We reach over 30 million monthly users and manage billions of data points with approximately 140 employees across two international offices, which means we each have a direct impact on the health of our business and the end user. Our small size also means we're each expected to think two steps ahead at all times, stay updated on current and advanced technology, and make recommendations that drive product decisions.
If you believe in collaboration, working hard, and having fun, you sound like a Whitepager.
Whitepagers are all guided by the same values to provide the best data products possible for our customers. Our five core values guide us in both our daily tasks as well as our long-term visions.
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I have been working at Whitepages full-time (More than a year)
I've been with Whitepages for almost two years now, working as a manager across multiple teams. I've been incredibly impressed with the senior leadership and HR team, especially how they help employees to succeed.
All managers here are empowered by senior leadership to find growth opportunities for their employees, ensuring that they have steady development. Whitepages recognizes hard work, and will be supportive towards helping employees reach their career goals. Stagnation is never a concern when working here.
Whitepages also recognizes that a work/life balance is important. In addition to great vacation and health care benefits, HR ensures that employees are aware of other assistance programs. It feels wonderful when a company appreciates you as a person; I know that Whitepages had my back, and that they are mindful of my quality of life.
Lastly, I appreciate that senior leadership provides a lot of visibility into business health. When a group has more knowledge, they'll be better equipped to make the right decisions. Thanks to this transparency, teams are able to operate efficiently, and everyone knows the importance of their contributions.
As with any organization with multiple business units, information can become silo'd. Whitepages actually does a great job of handling this: we have at least two all-hands meetings each month where we get insight into recent initiatives. The CEO keeps everyone current with a weekly summary for each unit. In-house and off-site events merge teams together for brainstorming and fun.
Whitepages does very well with cross pollination, and it should be a continued area of focus. There are a lot of very intelligent people at Whitepages, and the more that we distribute that knowledge, the better off everyone will be.
I applied through college or university. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Whitepages (Seattle, WA) in September 2016.
Step 1: Coding Assignment
Step 2: First Interview -- this was a phone call, and not too difficult -- it's to see how well you logically solve through a problem.
Step 3: Second Interview -- this was another phone call, and a much harder data structures question. I am not sure how I answered, but it was definitely dynamic programming. Practice with Leetcode or Cracking the Coding Interview.
Step 4: On-site Interview -- they fly you out to Seattle, unless you live there. Several interviews are conducted to see if you fit in the role you are specifically applying for.
Overall, they are very transparent throughout the process and flexible around your time schedule.