What belonging at Zillow means to me: LGBTQ+ employees and allies share their stories.

We believe everyone has the right to be accepted for who they are, regardless of their race, sexual identity or sexual orientation. Throughout Pride month, members and allies of Zillow's Pride affinity network share stories they've recorded and written themselves, to help us understand that the march for justice and equality for all continues.

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Watch London’s story.

London Montgomery

IT Manager, Phoenix

Pride Network Director of Allyship and Education

Pronouns: she/her/hers and fae/faer

“When I heard about the opportunity at Zillow, I jumped at the chance because I had read up on the culture and the community. I was able to confirm that they actually do have places for me and that I can be myself. This is the first job that I’ve just been London from day one.”

Read London’s story in her own words.

Watch Kali’s story

Kali Boothroyd

Connections manager, Seattle

Pronouns: she/her/hers

“I actually came out as a pansexual person April 10th. It means I can be romantically attracted to any person, regardless of gender and gender identity. I’ve felt very supported by my colleagues, my manager, my team. I genuinely feel like I can be my authentic self and that’s really refreshing.”

Read Kali’s story in her own words.

Watch Katie’s story

Katie Kull

Connections team manager, Denver

Pride Network Director of Belonging (West)

Pronouns: she/her/hers

“I started coming out at work before I started coming out to my friends and family. And I’ll tell you the story.”

Read Katie’s story, in her own words.

Watch Brenna’s story

Brenna Penrod

Connections team manager, Denver

Pride Network President

Pronouns: she/her/hers

“This may be the only place that some people have. This is also a space for change.”

Read Brenna’s story, in her own words.

Watch Shane’s story

Shane Loza

Senior strategy & execution manager, Zillow Offers, Austin

Pride Network member

Pronouns: he/him/his

“It is scary still if somebody may not want to hire you because you are gay. But to me, if somebody doesn’t want to hire me because I’m gay, I don’t think I belong at that company.”

Read Shane’s story, in his own words.