Ewa Cabaj - Babbel Magazine

Ewa Cabaj
Ewa works in the Internal Communications team in Berlin and heads up Babbel's Employer Branding. She likes to think of herself as a trilingual Polish-German-American nomad and is a big fan of all things noodle, travel, and dog-related content.
Articles by Ewa
Behind The Scenes: Samar

Behind The Scenes: Samar

Babbel’s newest joiner on the B2B team discusses first impressions and her beginnings in the sales industry
Behind The Scenes: Jenny

Behind The Scenes: Jenny

Babbel’s People Operations Manager tells us about her international background and how her work has been affected by the pandemic.
Behind The Scenes: Lea

Behind The Scenes: Lea

Babbel’s newest B2B Content Project Manager discusses first impressions and how content differs for our users.
Behind The Scenes: Rachel

Behind The Scenes: Rachel

Babbel’s UX Research Lead gives us an in-depth look into how her team contributes to the understanding of language learners.
Behind The Scenes: Lisa

Behind The Scenes: Lisa

Babbel’s new Head of Business Intelligence and Analytics discusses what she’s hoping to accomplish with her team, and fighting clichés in the tech industry.
Behind The Scenes: Valentina

Behind The Scenes: Valentina

A Babbel Customer Service consultant gives us a breakdown of how the team of 75 specialists is devoted to help our users with their daily requests.
Behind The Scenes: Héctor

Behind The Scenes: Héctor

A Babbel language expert talks to us about the creation of the award-winning “A Zero to A Hero” podcast, and his transition from the Didactics team to work on our newest product, Babbel Live.
Behind The Scenes: Michael

Behind The Scenes: Michael

Babbel’s newest Mobile Engineering Manager talks to us about his remote onboarding experience and how Babbel actively supports learning time as part of the workday.
Behind The Scenes: Masha

Behind The Scenes: Masha

A Junior Frontend Engineer and Neos alumni, Babbel’s engineering mentoring program, talks to us about making a career switch from the non-profit sector to tech, and explains why she became an LGBTQ+ activist.