Hear From Our Team Why We’re One of the Best Places to Work in British Columbia!

People Ops at Social Nature
Social Nature
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3 min readJun 29, 2021


The team at a recent socially-distant outdoor event

It’s been an exciting week here at the Social Nature HQ in Vancouver, BC — we were just recognized by the Great Place to Work Organization as one of the Best Places to Work in British Columbia!

At Social Nature, we know that our success as a company can be attributed to one thing: our exceptional people that are dedicated to our #trynatural mission so that we can get more natural products on grocery shelves and into people’s cupboards.

Here’s what some of our incredible team members have to say about why they love working at Social Nature:

“Our amazing work environment — it’s great to be part of a team where people have similar values and really care about each other. Even though we’ve all been working from home during COVID-19, I love that we still manage to set aside some time for the team to get digitally together and interact with each other. These meaningful connections we create are really what makes the difference and motivate me to open my laptop and work every morning!” — Renan Prado, Product Designer

Social Nature’s remote Holiday Party highlights

“Working at Social Nature allows me to work with so many innovative brands. I enjoy hearing their stories, understanding their goals and challenges, and helping them to grow-whether that’s testing new product concepts or strategizing campaigns for how to get more people trying their products.” — Sarah Hurley, Client Success & Insights Manager

“I like working in a strategic-minded environment, and building technology to help humans make better choices on the products they consume is something that inspires me every day!” — Rei Colina, VP Engineering

“There’s a lot to love, but if I had to pick one it would be the variety of work and interesting challenges that come when you’re helping scale an early-stage company. Whether it be a never-been-done-before email campaign or catering to a specific client’s needs — no day is the same! Having the creative freedom and ability to think outside the box is something that keeps me engaged every day.” — Zoë Goode, Content Marketing Specialist

“The team’s spirit to ‘make it happen’ and having such dedicated individuals to work along always drives me to outshine my own expectations and I love that feeling. I personally like to find ways to increase efficiency and everyone here is open to suggestions and changes especially if it does that or better experience for our customers and community.” — Paramdeep Singh, Community Operations Specialist

Celebrating our fifth birthday together!

“What I love about startups our size is that people genuinely care about each other. It creates a family-like environment where everybody is there for each other. I love the genuine passion for helping each other to grow and work efficiently, all while delivering values to our customers and community users.” — Alvin Wang, Director of Engineering

“Here at Social Nature, no two days are alike. It’s a fast-paced, strategic environment where we work collaboratively on interesting problems. I appreciate the opportunity for both creative thought and tangible results-driven action. What’s more, working with like-minded individuals, within a mission-driven environment, means that you can feel good about your work each and every day.” — Ashlie Winson-Jones, Director of Strategic Accounts

Due to the growing demand for healthy products we’ve doubled our team size in the past six months from 15 to 30 team members. Almost every day we launch a new healthy and sustainable product to our 600k+ community to try, review, and share with their friends! Social Nature is still growing — you can learn more about our culture and find all of our latest job postings on our Careers page.


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People Ops at Social Nature
Social Nature

We’re dreaming of a world where natural products are the norm, not the exception.