We’re a female-founded, digital health startup in Finsbury Park. Join a team that wants to use science, engineering and design to help redefine the diabetes management experience.

Quin challenges conventional thinking and the received wisdom of the medical and pharmaceutical worlds. Our company values are Show Love, Find Truth and Be Excellent and we’d love to meet potential team mates who think these are good starting points for a fun place to work. We believe the more inclusive we are as a company, the better our product will be. We take extra steps to build a balanced team and a workplace where all sorts of humans can belong. Should you need any accommodations to our recruiting process, just let us know.

  • Melissa Marshall

    Software Engineer (soon to be Product Manager)

    “ I've been with Quin for two years as an engineer, and now I'm going to become a Product Manager. ”

  • Chris Socha

    Software Engineer

    “ I love working with passionate people that push me, and creating a product that will make a real difference to people's lives. ”

Meet the Team

This is the team that built the most downloaded diabetes app in the UK & Ireland

  • Arash Pessian

    Software Engineer

  • Cyndi Williams


  • Barry Rogers

    Head of Product

  • Vanessa Bolosier

    Head of Marketing

  • Siobhán Wynter

    Product Designer

  • Liam Mitchell

    Product Designer

  • Duncan Mortimer

    Machine Learning Engineer

  • Justine Yuen

    Creative Content Producer

  • Esme Shanley

    Head of Ops

  • Jo Barrie

    Head of Ops (maternity cover)

  • We learn together, solving a problem no-one else has yet solved.

  • We're a team of lovely humans who want to bring our skills to work to solve human problems.

  • Our benefits include pension, generous holiday entitlement and an employee share option scheme.

  • We love cake. Chris is an amazing baker and Vanessa published a cookery book!

  • We enjoy creative collaboration, finding simple ways to solve complex problems and helping each other to grow.