Liza Womac, Pivotal Perspectives-Make-A-Wish® Program Coordinator
The Make-A-Wish® Foundation began in 1980 when an Arizona Police Department made the wish of little boy with leukemia come true. That little boy’s name was Chris, and with his simple wish of wanting to be a police officer for a day, the idea for a wish-granting organization was born. Nearly 37 years later, thousands of wishes all around the world have been granted for children with life-threatening medical conditions.
Inspired by the stories of strength of these children, and the joy that these wishes bring, the community at Pivotal Perspectives® is committed to supporting this foundation with every survey that a participant completes. When you share your perspectives about software development and cloud computing issues, you are also helping to make the wish of a child come true. Here at Pivotal Perspectives®, our goal in 2017 is to donate $10,000 to Make-A-Wish. Your participation in our surveys will help us meet that goal. To read more about the Make-A-Wish Foundation®, click here.
Along with supporting the Make-A-Wish® International Foundation, there are several other good reasons to participate in our program.
- Your perspectives will influence decisions on products and programs offered by companies like Amazon, Blackberry, IBM, Intel and Microsoft.
- We offer a points-based thank you rewards system. You will receive $50 USD (via Amazon gift card, prepaid Visa card, or PayPal) after you have completed four surveys relevant to your area of expertise.
- You will get early access to view new tech job/project opportunities on the Pivotal Positions™ job post portal.