Spotlight: Leviticus Williams

LeviRole: Social Media Manager

Hire date:  June 2010

Fun facts:  Started with Chegg (Cramster) as an intern. Spent time in South Africa and Zambia last summer with Chegg for Good and ONE.

“I love the daily challenges I face here. I work as part of a very collaborative team in Marketing, so I’m given the opportunity to come up with ideas and then can plan and execute on those ideas from start to finish.”

How long have you been at Chegg?

During my senior year of college at University of Southern California, I started at Cramster as an intern in June 2010. Chegg acquired Cramster in December 2010 and I stayed and moved up to the Santa Clara headquarters; I’ve been part of Chegg ever since.

What do you do here now?

I’m responsible for fueling the daily social conversation Chegg has with students.  This is a combination of speaking to relevant topics based on the collegiate life cycle and driving the conversation around Chegg-related products, services and events.

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Spotlight: Paul Kim


Role: Director of UI Engineering

Hire Date: February 2012

Previous experience: Yahoo! Netflix

Fun facts: Two patents at Yahoo! Was Giants’ relief pitcher Sergio Romo for Halloween

“Being at Chegg… it really comes down to the people. It’s a great mix of talent you can learn from, take those experiences and turn them into something that’s memorable.”

What does your team do?

The UI Engineering team partners with product, design, back office engineering, business intelligence and the other various teams within Chegg to deliver new features and improvements to our commerce, search, personalization, and customer service flows. We’re responsible for the majority of the HTML, CSS, JavaScript and PHP code on the site.

Where were you before Chegg?

A little company called Netflix, if you can call 500 employees at the time, “little”. Initially, I lead Customer Service Engineering (CSE) and managed the full application stack for our call centers. and later seized the opportunity to lead the UI Engineering team for Netflix and the infamous Qwikster.

Why did you choose to come to Chegg?

Primarily because of the people, but equally important is the opportunity to work with the student demographic in the tech education. I really like the space itself and the young minds that are excited about the next cool thing, so being able to learn and discover what that is, is pretty cool.

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