First, I would like to thank Professor Stacy Doore for her advising this semester. She has been a great resource, mentor, advisor, and teacher for me over course of my senior year. As mentioned on the home page, her Computing Ethics course in the fall of 2019 also served as a key inspiration for this research study. I look forward to keeping in touch with Professor Doore in my time beyond Bowdoin.
Second, I would like to thank Todd Herrmann for helping me connect with tech industry professionals for interviews. Todd also organized the tech industry visits to Boston and San Francisco, which were primary inspirations for this study as well. Todd has been a great career advisor over the last 4 years and I wish him the best.
I would also like to thank Professor Majercik and the Bowdoin Computer Science Department for supporting this research despite it being an unconventional CS project.
Finally, I would like to thank everyone who participated in my research including the 6 tech professionals who offered their unique and valuable perspectives on tech workplace ethics.