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These are just some of the stories and faces of the people who make Groupon an amazing place to work.

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Sarah D. - Talent Acquisition Manager

Sarah—or “Duffy” as she’s fondly called on the Recruiting team—brings her contagious enthusiasm to the People Blog and reflects on nearly 10 years of building teams at Groupon.

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Tracy O. - Vice President, Deputy General Counsel

Chicago native, Tracy O’Flaherty, tells us about her role as VP, Deputy General Counsel, how her team is staying connected as we continue to work remote, and which pre-Covid activity she can’t wait to get back to!

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Dom V. – Business Development Representative

Dom’s dream is to have 15 minutes of fame, but we’re pretty sure he’s already accomplished that with his cameo in a Groupon video for….a facial fitness muscle training device?

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Christine S. - Global Head of PMO

Christine, Global Head of Technical Programs and her ferociously focused team make an enormous impact on Groupon’s growth, and we consider ourselves pretty darn lucky to have her!

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Ayesha B. — Head of Global IT Support Services

Ayesha Boyd, Head of Global IT Support Services, knows the importance of mentorship, making mistakes, and solving mystery cases. Found out why we’re inspired daily by her and her queen quaker parrot, Emerald.

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Fabian A. - Senior Manager, Enterprise

As skillful as a race car driver and as useful as a good mechanic a block away from home, Fabian is the Grouponer you need to talk to when your mode of transportation is compromised.

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Israel P. - Senior Manager, Sales Analytics

Another Groupon veteran with a super unique career path, Israel takes us back to 2010 when Groupon launched its first national deal then brings us up to speed on his journey from customer service to analytics.

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Kenny S. - Manager, Product Design

Kenny finds design inspiration in everyday places and occurrences, from seamless restaurant transactions to broken escalators at L stops.