There’s something about early-stage startups will always have Catch COO Kristen Tyrrell’s heart, as she's spent most of her career in Boston tech working for them. Tyrrell spoke with Samantha Costanzo Carleton to discuss her career and what led her down this path.
When your career is one long learning experience, you become a person who embraces change and seeks it out each day. Shelia Anderson has done just that throughout her career, choosing to work in technology largely because of the constant exposure to change.
Many folks in the Boston tech scene have spent time in a particular industry that serves as a trend for their career. For Sarah Travers, CEO of Workbar, she has been involved with coworking spaces in some way, shape or form...even before the term was coined. Travers sat down with us to talk about her career and about Workbar's new direction for the future.
Before Shivani York became the COO of InRhythm, she was working at The New York Times and at TIME Magazine. York spoke with Samantha Costanzo Carleton to talk about her career. She also offers five pieces of advice for any and all recent college graduates.
Wayfair Director of Engineering Lindsey Bleimes is responsible for everything related to Wayfair’s extensive catalog of products, from pricing and search functions to 3D modeling and development. She shares her career path and what led her to Wayfair.
A social entrepreneur before the term was even coined, BoardOnTrack Founder and CEO Marci Cornell-Feist has founded eight startups over the course of her post-college career. Cornell-Feist spoke with Samantha Costanzo Carleton to talk about her career.
Stephanie Manning is the Director of Platform at Lerer Hippeau, an early-stage venture capital fund in New York City. Manning sat down with Samantha Costanzo Carleton to discuss her career—and much more.
Cara Reisman is the head of Betterment for Advisors, a digital-first wealth management platform. Reisman sat down to speak with Samantha Costanzo Carleton about the platform company—as well as her career.
Laila Zemrani co-founded Fitnescity in order to empower people to learn more about their health. Zemrani sat down to speak with Samantha Costanzo Carleton about her career, as well as how Fitnescity came to be.
Anne Beckett joined Hopjump as President and COO with the intent of growing the travel-startup but also bring her own startup experience to the company. Beckett sat down to speak with Samantha Costanzo Carleton about her career and how her time at Cogo Labs lead her down this startup path.
Emmanuelle Skala, the SVP of Customer Success at Toast, advocated for driving customer success early in her career. Skala shares her story and her career with Samantha Costanzo Carleton in the latest Lead(H)er article.
Tara Haas is the Senior Vice President, Chief of Staff, and Head of Innovation at LogMeIn, and originally got her start in tech working at Intuit. Haas spoke with Samantha Costanzo Carleton to discuss her career and what led her down this path.
Stefanie Syman, the Vice President of Customer Experience and Communications at x.ai, has parlayed her writing and storytelling skills into a successful career in NYC tech. Syman shares her background and career story with Samantha Costanzo Carleton.
Priya Sapra, Chief Operating Officer and Chief Product Officer at SHYFT Analytics, originally set out to be a doctor but later set her course to working in technology. Sapra spoke with Samantha Costanzo Carleton and shares what lead her down this path. She also offers sound advice for those who might struggle to leave their comfort zone.
When the Yard Ventures' Erin Kutner McCafferty thinks about where she wants her career to go, she doesn’t think of a particular company or role; she thinks about stimulating experiences. McCafferty sat down with Samantha Costanzo Carleton to discuss and share her career.