|Harvard Business School, MBA|
|Stanford University, MS||2010|
|Stanford University, BS||2010|
Aman Kumar is the head of strategic marketing at MobileIron, an enterprise mobility startup in Silicon Valley. Prior to MobileIron, Aman helped define software for the iPhone at Apple and interned as a product manager at Google.
He is also a research fellow at Stanford University in computational linguistics and human-computer interaction, and continues to publish in these fields. He writes a regular column for Psychology Today magazine on topics such as stuttering and multitasking, and serves on the alumni board of the United States Presidential Scholars and on the strategy board of The Nueva School.
Aman has a BS in symbolic systems and an MS in artificial intelligence from Stanford University â€” where he graduated with departmental honors, university distinction, and Phi Beta Kappa â€” and has deferred admission to the MBA program at Harvard Business School.