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  • April 22, 2021

Take Your Child to Work Day

Decorative Illustration In honor of Take Your Child to Work Day, we asked Happy Cog kids: “What does your parent do at work?” Here’s what they answered:

Aiden, 5, son of Matt Weinberg, Co-Founder and President, Development and Technology: “You do tech support and you do work and you do fixing websites and you do meetings. Oh, how many cookies are you having?”

Sarah, 7.75, daughter of Matt Weinberg, Co-Founder and President, Development and Technology: “You code and you go on calls with Ben Smith and Maggie and Stuart and Sue and Sarah and boy Lee and girl Leigh and all the other people you work with.”

Oliver, 4.5, son of Alex Glover, Developer: “Type. Work. Calls. Write code.”

Virginia, 6, daughter of Luke Wilkins, Developer: “Daddy works for the pizza company.”

Annie, 8, daughter of Luke Wilkins, Developer: “He writes down stuff for computers to make them work.”

Elsa, 11, daughter of Alex Kendrick, Developer: “My dad makes websites for companies.”

Meghan, 8, daughter of Alex Kendrick, Developer: “He helps create websites.”

Dean, 6, son of Rick Wiltsie, Developer: “Coding.”

Marley, 5 months, kitten daughter of Diane Hsiung, Digital Project Manager: “Sit in front of a light box all day and not petting/playing with me.”

Leon, 8, son of Eli Van Zoeren, Developer: “I don’t know what types of things he does at work. I think programming websites and things like that.”

Mia, 6, daughter of Kerri Connolly, Senior Digital Project Manager: “Go to meetings. Type & things. Ask boss for answers to questions.”

Shay, 20, daughter of Danielle LeComte, Developer: “Frontend Development and being awesome.”

Vitalina, 15, daughter of Maria Martinez, Developer: “My mom makes websites, codes, makes apps, goes to meetings, and makes a lot of sliders.”

Sophia, 4, daughter of Saima Khan, Director of Project Management: “You watch dinosaur shows on your laptop.”

Tyler and Charli, 5, son and daughter of Lee Goldberg, Co-Founder and President, Digital Marketing: “Stuff on the computer.”

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