Leigh Vosseller, chief financial officer and executive vice president at Tandem Diabetes Care, was recognized in the Medical Design & Outsourcing November 2018 Special Edition: Women in Medtech! It’s about time we featured this important person behind our pump. We caught up with her about her work.
We're proud to announce we have been named a top workplace in San Diego by The San Diego Union-Tribune and awarded a “Future Forward” 2018 Top Workplaces honor!
We're growing our software team! Tandem engineers take an innovative, user-centric approach to the design and development of products for people with diabetes, and we are looking for people who are passionate about making the lives of people with diabetes better and better, through relentless innovation and revolutionary customer experience. Before you look further into careers at Tandem, we thought you'd like to hear from some members of our team.
We treat our fellow employees like friends and family, and the company like our own home. This universal respect allows us the freedom to be ourselves and to be effective at our jobs, knowing at the end of the day that we can trust everyone to do the right thing, for each other and for the company. Meet Territory Manger, Erin Didier. Erin grew up in Big Sky country, Montana, a state with more cows than people and one area code.
Dwight Lee started his career in the aerospace industry implementing software. While the software was interesting to him he felt disconnected from the final outcome. He came to Tandem Diabetes Care for the opportunity to make software that has a larger and more significant impact on the user. After almost nine years, he’s making a significant impact as manager of software engineering, and it is still what he enjoys most about being at Tandem.
As Sr. Marketing Product Manager at Tandem, Danielle Karsten focuses on the strategy, roadmap, and feature definition for our insulin pumps and pump accessories. She has over 15 years of marketing experience in both medical device and diagnostic industries. Here she reflects on attributes of communication that are valued and respected at Tandem.
We have the world’s best customers, and we are very protective of them. When making business decisions, we always ask ourselves and our partners “how will this impact our customers?” Chelsie Coaster, MS, RD, CDE, is one of Tandem’s Clinical Diabetes Specialists. She has lived with diabetes for 25 years. After her diagnosis, Chelsie knew she wanted to become an educator to help positively impact the lives of families living with diabetes. Here she shares examples of how she is able to reinforce Tandem’s customer focus through her field work.
Customer Technical Support Specialists at Tandem respond to and manage technical support calls and emails, helping troubleshoot issues for pump users and their families. They investigate problems on an individual basis, thoroughly document each issue, and collaborate with Tandem field representatives across the country to ensure that each patient receives a timely and satisfactory resolution. They are also customer advocates who represent the customer’s needs internally. They’re looking to grow their team.
At Tandem Jason is the User Experience Design Manager and is the lead designer of our flagship product, the t:slim G4™ Insulin Pump. Working with Tandem for over 7 years, his role involves designing workflow diagrams and interactive prototypes, as well as exploring regulatory requirements and patient needs for a wide user demographic. He's looking to grow his team.
Kerri Orr, one of Tandem’s very own People Behind the Pump recently returned from a thrill-seeking journey off the coast of South Africa, where she fittingly celebrated her diaversary and 20 years of “surviving and thriving” with diabetes by going on the trip of a lifetime.
At Tandem, Chris manages or contributes to a variety of projects within the Marketing Department, spanning print, digital, and video production. As someone living with diabetes, he is focused on creating content that addresses the real-life needs of people with diabetes, in both our educational and promotional materials.
Will Cross wondered if Mera Peak would mark the end of his high altitude carrier, but his first trek with his t:slim G4 Insulin Pump gave him inspiration to continue climbing.