When University of Washington graduate Delannah Collins-Wright started her new job as a Microsoft contractor last month, it was the culmination of years of hard work.
Collins-Wright provided updates on the Keystone Club, which allows young adults to develop in academic success, career preparation and community service.
During that time, Collins-Wright used another skill she learned at the Boys & Girls Club – networking – which led to a job during college at the Microsoft Store in the University District.
In her brand-new job at Microsoft, Collins-Wright works with the Microsoft 365 Security and Compliance Team as a User Experience Researcher.
“I have always been grateful for the consistent involvement and investment that Microsoft has had for Boys & Girls Club kids,” Collins-Wright said.