Currently CEO of Inigral Inc. Inigral is reinventing how educational institutions interact with their students by providing Facebook applications that change the recruitment, enrollment and retention process for colleges and universities. Inigral’s applications help improve the college experience by encouraging relationships and fostering community.
Previously was Chief Product Officer at Jobvite, Inc. the leading recruiting platform for the social web. Jobvite is a complete, modular Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform which can optimize the speed, cost-effectiveness and ease of recruiting for any company. Successfully created and launched the award winning Jobvite Source product as well as a Jobvite Facebook App that allows employees to easily share opportunities with their Facebook friends. Also took part in raising the Series B and Series C rounds of funding and growing the company from less than 50 customers to over 600.
Prior to Jobvite, was Vice President of Product Management at Trulia.com - a real estate search engine, where he managed the product, design, customer service and business analytic teams. Led the development of the product from a California only beta, to nationwide and a leading real estate website. In addition, created Trulia Voices, the largest and most active real estate community on the web.
Previously spent over 3 years at Yahoo! leading the real estate and classifieds product strategy, development, content acquisition and advertising partnerships and successfully increased traffic and revenue by over 40% each year.
Prior to that, held several roles at Knight Ridder Digital such as, Business Manager of Real Estate & Real Classifieds and Vice President of Business Development.
Graduated with a B.S. in Business Administration from University of the Pacific, Stockton, California, Cum Laude.
Oct, 2011 - Current (about 5 years)
BS, Business with Accounting concentration1994
|Aug 26, 2013||Venture Beat - Inigral is now Uversity, a tool for high school students to pick the right college|
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