Life at SailPoint

Women in Identity: Mariah Finleon, Inside Sales Director

Outside of our comfort zone is a place that most of us don’t like to be. That isn’t the case for SailPoint’s Mariah Finleon, Director of Inside Sales. In this Women in Identity blog, we sit down with Mariah and learn about her journey to identity security and who helped her get here.  Tell us a little about yourself and […]

SailU: Launching Next Generation Identity Security Leaders

I’ve been thinking a good deal lately about Leila Janah’s quote: “talent is equally distributed, but opportunity is not.” At SAIL, I’ve always been inspired by our organization-wide passion for people. Over the past year, I’ve been particularly excited by the ways SailPoint has broadened the opportunity for more by […]

Leading by Example: The Trickle-Down Effect

“Leading by example” takes practice. It’s like muscle memory – when you repeat something over and over, it becomes second nature. As a business leader, I take this form of “exercise” very seriously. If I want my team to embrace a new way of thinking or to re-commit to an […]

Three Question with EMEA Director of Inside Sales Natalie Maybin

SailPoint EMEA Director of Inside Sales Natalie Maybin’s career wasn’t a straightforward path. She started her journey as a 19-year-old receptionist at Macromedia. Through grit and determination, she worked hard at her career. This led her to sales operations, finance, and marketing for the Middle East and emerging markets at […]

Sail On: The Second Chapter

Last year, on the day after April Fool’s Day, I wrote that I had heard the word “unprecedented” used daily. At that time, we were approximately half a month into lockdown, COVID-19 changed the world overnight, and we didn’t know how long the shutdown would last. And this was no “April Fool’s.” […]

Three Questions With Linda Hernandez, Global Revenue Enablement Content Development Manager at SailPoint

In today’s #WomeninIdentity feature, we have Linda Hernandez, who works on our Revenue Enablement team! Read her story below, and read more Women in Identity features here. Before we dive in, can you give us a little background about who you are and how you got to SailPoint? The journey […]

Y’all Means All

I’ve used the term y’all my entire life. “Y’all” is the conjunction of “you all” and is an expression that is core to my identity as a sixth-generation Texan. I love the simple and assumptively inclusive nature of the word – it’s perfect in nearly every use. More recently, the […]

Three Questions with Tina Timmerman, Technical Manager of Professional Services at SailPoint

Tina Timmerman has a deep technical background in software development, but how did she get there? Tina started her career as a programmer, working in product development at several enterprise software companies. Along the way, she worked as a system engineer/analyst and as a project manager but eventually switched to […]

Three Questions with SailPoint Sr. Implementation Engineer Ishim Mañón

Traveling the world for your job doesn’t sound like a bad gig (pre-pandemic, of course). But before the world shut down, Senior Implementation Engineer Ishim Mañón worked in Spain, Belgium, and now in Austin.  She started by getting her bachelor of engineering in Mexico City. Her first official job was […]

Three Questions With Amber Miles, Professional Services Manager at SailPoint

As the child of a nurse, Amber Miles always knew she wanted her work to have meaning. Her first job in high school was at a hospital, but a traditional healthcare career didn’t seem like it was the right fit. Fast-forward to her first (miserable) post-college job, when she decided to marry healthcare and technology and soon after found herself working at a healthcare software start up, […]