Last year, we took great steps towards making Gympass a place where everyone feels welcomed, heard, valued, and supported in achieving their full potential through many diversity, equity, and belonging initiatives.
For International Women’s Day, we’re inviting Gympassers to share stories of how they’re crushing stereotypes and challenging expectations. Find out how Julia McNicoll, Product Manager at Gympass, discovered boxing and the impacts the sport has had on her life.
Emily Smith manages digital partnerships for the Gympass New Ventures team. Working in the fitness space, she’s directly witnessed the stereotype that sports and strength training are “not for women”. Read more about her personal story and how shattering this notion has helped her personally and professionally.
Our #learningchangingloving affinity group has organized programming aimed at educating Gympass employees on important figures in Black History, supporting Black communities nationwide and bringing awareness to the systemic injustices in hopes to become more united.
Our Physical and Cognitive Disabilities affinity group is dedicated to making a workplace that is more welcoming to employees with disabilities. Nicola Steinigen, Client Success Coordinator at Gympass and affinity group member, shares her tips for an ergonomic home office!