The Data Quality Campaign’s (DQC) strong team culture has earned it a place on Washingtonian magazine’s biennial list of 50 Great Places to Work in the Washington, DC, area.
The selection process is based on a wide range of employee satisfaction criteria, from generous pay and benefits to office design, and relies heavily on employee survey responses. The Data Quality Campaign is the nation’s leading voice on education data policy and use, and believes that its passionate and driven workforce is why it has seen significant progress in creating a culture of evidence in the education sector since its founding in 2005.
“Our organization’s success is built upon the hard work and dedication of our team members,” said Aimee Rogstad Guidera, president and CEO of DQC. “We are delighted Washingtonian has honored our efforts to create an environment that allows our team to put their passion into practice and to see the tangible, lasting impact of their contributions. Our success as advocates in the field follows directly from the positive culture our team fosters in the office.”
Washingtonian’s panel of editors reviewed nearly 200 companies and 8,000 employee surveys, from companies of various sizes and from a wide range of industries to select this year’s 50 winners.
DQC believes that its team is best able to cultivate meaningful change when each member is supported in their journey to learn and adapt to an ever-changing world and provided with opportunities to do so. From competitively benchmarked salaries and benefits, to shared projects, to an office designed with both concentration and collaboration in mind, DQC operates in all aspects with a focus on employee success.
To learn more about internships and employment opportunities at the Data Quality Campaign, visit dataqualitycampaign.org/who-we-are/careers.
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