I started working at Botkeeper as a Sr. PM in August 2020. I focus on how to automate bookkeeping. My team recently shipped Transaction Manager.
I started working at Duetto as a Sr. PM in April 2018. I focused on making their newest product, BlockBuster, shine and enable their new remote engineering team. Below are two examples of features I shipped for BlockBuster:
I started working at GenRocket as a PM consultant in July 2016. I joined the team full time in January 2017. Although my main role at GenRocket is leading product management, I wore many different hats.
I was the PM on the following features for the PowerPoint Online Editor.
I was the PM contact from PPT to the docs.com team. Docs.com hosts all types of Microsoft Office files. I was the PM from PPT for intergrating PPT document viewing.
This was a project for Human Factors of Interface Design at Olin College of Engineering. The goal of this project is to develop a better interface of facilities management software at colleges and universities. Check out our video demo.
This project was part of the class Real Products, Real Markets at Olin College of Engineering. This project was to design, prototype, market, and sell a product in four weeks.
This was the 2nd project for Real Products, Real Markets at Olin College of Engineering. Our team had to design, prototype, market, and sell a product in four weeks.
I took this class Spring of 2011. The basis of this class was to learn and experience the user-oriented design process. I worked with a team of 3 other students from Olin College of Engineering. We went through an iterative process of interviewing, ideating, collaborating, participating, and prototyping.
From the protohack site: ProtoHack requires no coding. Instead you’ll be using prototyping tools, drag and drop editors, mockups, wireframes and anything else you think of to visually demo your idea on stage. Competitors will work in teams (up to 5) or solo. You have 9 hours to prototype your idea and then you’ll present on stage.
From Ideas to Action is a workbook that takes high school students in Ghana, Rwanda, Uganda, Cuba, Vietnam, and Tanzania through the entrepreneurial process. I am a co-author of this workbook.