Mauria Finley is the founder and CEO of Citrus Lane, an innovative social e-commerce company focused on helping moms discover the best products for their kids. Prior to founding Citrus Lane, Mauria held leadership roles at eBay running buyer product management and leading strategy and operations for the shopping categories. Before eBay, Mauria led new ventures for PayPal where she launched PayPal mobile. Other roles include head of product at Good Technology (a mobile startup acquired by Motorola), director of product management at AOL running community and communications products, and product manager at Netscape. Mauria also served on the board of directors of SayNow, a social voice company, which was acquired by Google. Mauria holds two degrees in Computer Science from Stanford University.
Led new ventures. Launched PayPal mobile.
Sep 1, 2004 - 2008 - Current (about 12 years)
Director of community & communication products
Mar 1, 1999 - 2001 - Current (over 17 years)
Senior Product Manager on browser and Netcenter
Sep, 1997 - Mar, 1999 - Current (about 19 years)
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|Jul 17, 2014||TechCrunch - Care.com Acquires Subscription Kids’ Goods Startup Citrus Lane In $48.6M Deal|
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|Apr 1, 2012||TechCrunch - Greylock-Backed Citrus Lane Helps Parents Discover ‘Best Of’ Products For Little Ones|