I’m an experienced full-stack developer, engineering manager, and product strategist with experience in agencies, news media, and small tech companies.
As Director of Product Development at Alley (2014-2019), I provided technical and strategic leadership to Alley’s cross-functional product team.
I also served on the agency’s executive management team and represented Alley as a conference speaker and panelist.
During a hiatus from Alley in 2018, I created a successful membership development strategy and technology roadmap as Director of Product and Engineering for CyclingTips.
While a Senior Technologist at Quartz (2012-2014), I improved design processes by incorporating site analytics data and A/B testing, and oversaw Quartz’s innovative single-page web application while developing CMS features for editorial and sales staff.
I also worked with Fortune 500 brands while attending Boulder Digital Works (2010-2011), a graduate program at the University of Colorado, and working as a technologist at Big Spaceship (2011-2012).
My favorite personal project is The Most Laps, where cyclists can track the absurd quantities of laps ridden in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park. (Other locations are on the way.)
Released in March 2018, the site holds historical data for hundreds of athletes, more than 50,000 bike rides, and upwards of 400,000 laps.
Shift helps military service members transition to new careers through fellowships with employers like Uber and Major League Baseball.
In 2018, I built the first version of Shift’s public-facing website and set up an analytics flow to measure funnels for potential fellows and employers.
During my time at Alley, one of the US’s largest daily news publishers tapped me to troubleshoot erratic video ad yield.
Designing, implementing, and reporting the results of numerous A/B and multivariate tests required fluency in analytics, ad ops, quantitative analysis, and even some UX design.
Presented to the client’s parent company, my findings influenced inventory management across their global network.
I’m a Certified Scrum Product Owner.
Having worked remotely for years, I understand how to build a friendly “workplace” that improves the performance of distributed teams.
I live in Brooklyn.