Co-founder of Greenhouse - a modern, smart recruiting platform. Greenhouse automates and simplifies the best practices for recruiting top talent, continuously monitors your recruiting activity, and automatically suggests improvements.
Previously, I co-founded Lab49, a global firm providing strategy, design and technology consulting, building advanced solutions for the world's leading investment banks, hedge funds and exchanges. With offices in New York, London and Dublin, Lab49 counts most of the world's largest banks as clients and is an industry leader in capital markets technology.
I also advise startups and am an active member of New York Angels. I teach a class called "How to Make Hiring a Strength of your Company", currently offered through General Assembly and the New York Angels education series.
My personal interests include technology, innovation, human capital, and entrepreneurship. I've spoken and presented at numerous events including the University of Michigan Center for Entrepreneurship, the Microsoft Financial Services Developer Conference and the Wharton Entrepreneurship Conference, and I am an active member of New York Angels.
I graduated in 1995 from the University of Michigan with a degree in Computer Engineering. Specialties
Human Capital, including recruitment, strategic HR, performance management, and training.
Software development, including architecture, design, coding, and agile methodology.
All aspects of entrepreneurship including launching a new business, developing software, recruiting, sales & new business development, marketing, and legal.
I also have experience in a number of corporate finance and investment rounds from angel and early VC through 8-figure private equity deals.