There are many differing opinions when it comes to defining what makes a team a team. For MayStreet, a market data provider, being a team means more than simply working together effectively – it’s also about respect and compassion. This philosophy has inspired the company to participate in this year’s Wall Street Rides FAR.
“MayStreet places a high value on integrity and treating people with respect, and Wall Street Rides FAR, without a doubt, embodies those values,” said Manisha Kimmel, Chief Policy Officer at MayStreet. “We have a family-oriented culture and strive to make a positive impact in all that we do both for the industry and in our community. We are happy to have this opportunity to support the incredible work enabled by the Autism Science Foundation.”
A first-time participant and sponsor of the Ride, Team MayStreet is greatly looking forward to convening this October not only for the opportunity to support this worthy cause, but also for the rare chance to spend time with one another after being physically separated for months. Having worked remotely since the onset of the pandemic and with employees based across the country and overseas, Kimmel shared that the excitement and support for the Ride among MayStreet employees has been outstanding.
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