Whether it was a futuristic vertical takeoff and landing vehicle dubbed Mega-4 or something more household practical like an all-in-one washer and dryer with an inner chamber that pivots orientation between wash and dry cycles, I’ve always been technologically curious and driven to solve problems.
When I was a kid, I loved dreaming up solutions to then-known problems, and to problems that didn’t even exist yet. Watching a handheld vacuum cleaner commercial in between scenes from a Disney channel show, I came up with and patented a remote-controlled vacuum cleaner concept that was later acquired by Google.
Since my early days, I’ve carried a passion for and belief that technology can change people’s lives for the better. Throughout the way, I developed another passion: human health and science. After graduating Tufts University with a bachelors of science in Biopsychology and a minor in entrepreneurial leadership studies, my career led me into product development where I have been for the last few years.
In 2014, I launched a consumer subscription tracking iOS mobile app, SubscriptMe, to help individuals track and manage their monthly recurring subscriptions. In 2017, I joined HubSpot’s product management team to build out our Sales Hub web application tools for salespeople.
Product development has always felt like a natural fit for me and has provided me an outlet to actually change people’s lives for the better using technology. A career in product management has afforded me the opportunity to do just that.
I’m always on the hunt for the newest technology (WHOOP fitness band is one of the most exciting right now) and when I’m not building products, I like to spend my time reading science fiction novels (Neal Stephenson’s Seven Eves is my most recent favorite), playing guitar, or reading and learning about orbital mechanics and space.
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