I’m an experienced product manager, full-stack developer, and team leader.
What excites me is solving problems for people – both users and product owners – and that’s the attitude I try to instill in my teammates.
I’m currently the Head of Product and Engineering at CyclingTips. It’s not exactly a household name but our combination of memberships, brand partnerships, and ecommerce represents the kind of balanced revenue model that many better-resourced media companies are struggling to adopt.
As the Director of Product Development at Alley Interactive, I delivered complex projects and consulted on analytics, ads and monetization, and multivariate testing for major media and nonprofit clients.
Previously, I was a Senior Technologist at Quartz and helped launch one of the 21st century’s most influential new media brands.
I’m used to shifting between engineering, strategy, and design – sometimes within the same afternoon – to create products that help organizations meet their goals.
Over the years, I’ve led or contributed significantly to major website (re)designs, (re)builds, and content migrations for Quartz, The Brookings Institution, CNN Español, The New York Post, Philadelphia Media Network, Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting, and more.
I’ve also been fortunate to work with these and other organizations to answer questions like:
React and Node are my primary tools these days, although I got my start with WordPress. I’m accustomed to Scrum and Kanban project methodologies.
I attended the now-defunct Boulder Digital Works at the University of Colorado. Before that, I worked in the bicycle industry with brands like Specialized and SRAM, and was on the staff of a professional cycling team.
I live in Brooklyn and ride a fair amount of laps in Prospect Park.