Matt Hackett is a co-founder and the chief technology officer of Beme, a video-sharing application that enables its users to share their experience on video. Previously, he was a part-time partner and Hacker-in-Residence at Notation Capital and betaworks respectively.
Hackett also served as the head of brand strategy and marketing as well as vice president of engineering at Tumblr. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Vassar College.
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