I currently serve as a product marketing manager at Intuit QuickBase. I'm responsible for managing all aspects of the QuickBase core platform go-to-market strategy, including our ongoing re-architecture rollout, positioning in the RAD (Rapid Application Development) market segment, as well as ongoing pricing and competitive analysis.
Prior to Quickbase, I led marketing at Wigo, a social app startup. In less than six months, we garnered over 60,000 users at over hundreds of colleges across the United States. Before Wigo, I consulted as a Senior Manager in the digital strategy practice of Acceleration Partners.
Prior to Acceleration Partners, I founded Momba, which uses intelligent, customized vending machines to serve all sorts of "residential essentials" – from laundry detergent to computer chargers – to university dorm residents. Momba operates on 4 college campuses: Harvard, BU, Westfield State and UMass-Amherst.
Prior to Momba, I worked at Bullhorn, the global leader in recruiting software. I joined Bullhorn to help launch Bullhorn Reach as the product's marketing manager. I became the product's first enterprise account executive as we began to monetize it, and served as its Evangelist to deepen its position as a thought leader in social media recruiting. I ended my time at Bullhorn as the company's Social Media Evangelist. Before Bullhorn, I worked in business development & strategy at Jack Morton Worldwide, a global brand experience agency.
I received my Bachelor's degree in philosophy and sociology from Harvard College. At Harvard, I co-founded and led The Harvard Voice as its publisher.