Donna is CEO of Mindflash.com, developers of a leading web platform for companies to easily share knowledge and train employees online.
The company is headquartered in Palo Alto, California.
Donna was most recently CMO for Mint.com where, as a member of Mint.com's Executive Staff and employee #9, Donna brought over 2 million users to this free, online personal finance tool --- and led development of a new online publication (MintLife) attracting 500,000 visitors a month --- from the product's September 2007 launch to the company's acquisition by Intuit for $170 million in November 2009.
Prior to Mint.com, and has led client acquisition/retention, brand-building and product development for organizations ranging from start-ups to global brands --- including Expedia, myCFO, Intuit, Charles Schwab and American Express.
Her work has has won multiple Webby's, an OMMA award, and has been cited in in Newsweek, Brandweek, and Web Marketing for Dummies.
She is a frequent speaker on issues relevant to high-tech marketing to audiences including: the American Marketing Association; the Direct Marketing Association; Stanford and the Haas (UC Berkeley) School of Business.
She was named one of the Top 25 Women in Tech to Watch by Accenture.
|Mar 17, 2016||Business Wire - Mindflash Announces its Learning Management System on the Salesforce AppExchange, the World's Leading Enterprise Apps Marketplace|
|Aug 5, 2015||eWeek - Mobile Devices Take Hassle Out of Employee Training|
|Apr 16, 2015||Business Wire - Millennials Report That the Biggest Shocker about the “Real World” is Lack of Training at Work|
|Aug 15, 2013||Bloomberg - New Software Forces You to Pay Attention During Company Training|
|Aug 13, 2013||Gigaom - Paying attention? New online training tech keeps an eye on employees|
|Jul 23, 2013||WSJ Blogs - WSJ: 5 Tips for Pitching VC's|
|Jul 22, 2013||Venture Beat - VentureBeat: A more rational (and Agile) approach to "Work-Life" Balance|
|Jul 22, 2013||insights.wired.com - Wired: MOOC's on the Move from Colleges to Companies|