Meredith Mascolo
Meredith joined Nuance in 2013 and is the Senior Manager, Communications. A perfect job for her, as she loves words, puns and idioms. She's also the community manager for our company intranet. Meredith earned a B.M. in music education from Oberlin Conservatory and a M.S. in Administrative Studies, Innovation and Technology from Boston University. She is a classically trained violinist who enjoys playing her 5-string electric at yoga classes and other musical projects. She loves reading, cooking and yoga.
Meredith Mascolo’s stories
Two Nuance employees make the earth a little bit cleaner

April is National Volunteer Month and this week is Earth Day, and what better way to honor them than picking up trash in a local park? My husband and I both work at Nuance, and we decided to take some of our Nuance Cares program Volunteer Time Off (“VTO”) together with our 11-year-old son on a gorgeous spring day.   Cleaning up litter reminded me of an Easter egg hunt – only instead of searching for pretty little eggs, […]

Embracing Challenges for New Solutions and Happy Customers

What do you do at Nuance?   I am the Business Development Manager for the North America Enterprise Team.  I lead an incredibly talented group of professionals who bring years of knowledge and expertise to work with them every day in supporting both our Sales and Marketing teams with research and prospecting efforts for our Nuance Omni-Channel solutions. These solutions help brands provide a superior […]

Spotlighting Innovation for International Women’s Day

March 8 is International Women’s Day, and this month, we’re spotlighting some of the incredible women at our company. To kick it off, meet Sharmi – she’s passionate, intelligent, and curious – important qualities for a researcher to possess. Hear about the innovative projects she is working on to improve the lives of others every […]

Grace Hopper and her impact on Nuance employees

We draw inspiration from others. And when that person is Grace Hopper, computer scientist, naval officer, professor and role model – there is so much to draw on. She was one of the first three modern “programmers” and was the developer of the very first compiler for a computer programming language. That alone was an accomplishment, but she was so much more. She was a trail blazer, […]

We are Each for Equal

International Women’s Day is a dedicated time to reflect on the progress made in driving equality, and an attention towards what more we can do. Here at Nuance, we’re spotlighting our women employees around the world during the month of March to hear their stories and learn from their experiences. I asked them what this […]

3 interns, 3 real life stories

Albert Einstein said, “The only source of knowledge is experience.” It’s powerful to put what you learn to practice in actual scenarios, going beyond what you learn in a book. The daily feeling of slight discomfort and excitement in trying new things, the “doing” part, the practice. It’s the life of an intern! Interns put […]

Nuance SS11 Innovation ChallengeQ&A: How our latest internal hackathon brought innovation to non-profits

We rise by lifting others. Robert Ingersoll said this a long time ago and it still rings true. And it’s one of the reasons why we ran a different kind of internal hackathon from our usual product-focused event. The SS11 Innovation Challenge for Social Good leveraged Nuance employee’s creativity for social good while empowering them […]