This is a continuation of the Q&A series in which we turn the tables on our executives and shine a light on their lives in and out of the office.
Juniper consistently ranks among the industry’s best places to work thanks in part to our flexible work environment and extensive employee benefits. If you needed to salute someone for these accomplishments, look no further than our own progressively-minded Susan Lovegren, Senior Vice President, Human Resources. Upon returning to Juniper last year, Susan picked up where she left off in 2013 with a mission to ensure employees are passionate about where they work.
As we continue to reflect on Juniper’s 20th anniversary, take a moment and get to know Susan Lovegren.
This is the first in a series of Q&As in which we turn the tables on our executives and shine a light on their lives in and out of the office.
There are some employees who have been with our company for a long time and have experienced many of our milestones - from the release of the first core router to building the road that allows us to now support software in over 100 countries. But very few have been here as long as our CEO, Rami Rahim, who began his career at Juniper as employee No. 32 in 1997. Few people know the ins and outs of Juniper quite like he does. To kick off our 20th year, Rami answered some questions that might give a little more insight into his life both in and out of the office.