At Qualtrics we want to connect our people to careers that feed their purpose; jobs that motivate & inspire them. This is Kevin’s “Why Qualtrics” story.

In everything that I do, I want to feel like my contributions are improving the world around me. Whether that is for my family, my community, or my workplace, I want to leave the world better than I found it. Qualtrics has given me the chance to be part of shaping the experience economy, which enables a positive impact to any organization interested in improving the experiences of those it serves.

What attracted you to Qualtrics in the first place?

I was attracted to Qualtrics because of the thrill of being part of a company that is changing organizations’ approaches to measuring and taking action on the experiences of their stakeholders. I was drawn to the mission of filling the experience gap across a breadth of scenarios, private and public, education and corporate, and everything in between, and the chance to take part in influencing that mission.

What is your favorite part of your role?

My favorite part of my role is helping to bring solutions together to meet the needs of both internal and external stakeholders. I have frequent exposure to what customers are trying to achieve, and how every department at Qualtrics works together to enable our customers’ objectives.

Any tips for someone who is considering a role at Qualtrics?

Very few people have the opportunity to help shape a nascent discipline like experience management. Qualtrics, to me, is a company that will allow me to look back after many years and be proud of my role in influencing a mission with a global impact.

Qualtrics is growing, and if you’re ready to find your “why” at a place like this, you can explore our open opportunities at any time by visiting our career page. Looking to discover more reasons “Why Qualtrics”? You can find the whole series here.

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Kevin is an alumnus of BYU and started his career with internships at Intel and Ernst & Young before working with companies like USAA and Nike.