From the Desk of Legal Bill on the Day of President Biden's Inauguration
When Trump was elected in 2016, I looked out the office of a Fortune 50 law firm and said to myself: “It's time to get to work.” Four years ago on the day that Trump was being inaugurated, I was interviewing at Grindr to be their first in-house counsel. Since that time, I've had the honor of serving as Security Officer under the National Security Agreement with the United States of America, representing the company, the community, and the country working as a team to ensure that Grindr's user data remains safe and secure in the United States.
Today’s inauguration represents an opportunity for all people, irrespective of social class, racial origin, sex, or gender, to reimagine the innate sense of pride and purpose that comes with being your most authentic self. It remains my honor to be a part of a supremely talented and experienced team working tirelessly so that Grindr can realize its next chapters of success in providing a platform where the global LGBTQ+ community can connect and thrive.