We’re excited to be adding two new people to our team. One joins our top-notch support team and the other pioneers a new position at 37signals.

On December 13th, Ann Goliak will be joining our customer support team. Ann comes to us from Rush University Medical Center here in Chicago where she’s been a reference librarian & coordinator of electronic services. Ann interviewed for a support position at 37signals once before. We’re glad she was persistent and submitted another application when a new spot opened up. Besides being smart, clever, and expert at helping people find what they’re looking for, Ann is a really sharp writer. Continuing the tradition of hiring people who go the extra mile with their job application, here’s the job application that helped her land the position.

On December 20th, Noah Lorang will be joining 37signals as our first business analyst (here’s the original job posting advertising the position). He’ll be helping us understand the data so we can better understand our customers and our business. We’re overflowing with intuition – now it’s time for a reality check. Noah comes to us from McKinsey & Company where he used his massive smarts to help their clients figure out what they didn’t know. Noah’s got an interesting background too – he has a B.S. in mechanical and biomedical engineering from Carnegie Mellon. Noah will be working remotely for us from his home in Pittsburgh.

Help us welcome Ann and Noah to 37signals!