Mira Wilczek is the CEO of Cogo Labs, one of the leading startup accelerators in Boston. In the latest edition of the Lead(H)er series, Brianne Shelley spoke with Wilczek and learned how she first got into the tech world, including working as an "ethical hacker" for IBM.
Kim Castelda, the Chief People Officer at Bullhorn, was originally on course to be a social worker and ended up working at Harvard University. She then shifted gears to work in the Boston startup scene. Brie Shelley's profile on Castelda reveals an interesting journey.
Clara Vu, the VP of Engineering at Veo Robotics, turned her love for mathematics into a career involving robotics, including working on the ever-popular iRobot Roombas. Brianne Shelley's in-depth profile tells an interesting story, as Vu gives some advice to recent graduates.
Kerri Moriarty worked as a Financial Advisor for Prudential and never thought she would be working at a startup. Now, she is the Head of Company Development at the recently formed, finance tech startup, Cinch Financial. Here's her story.
Kiki Mills Johnston ran MITX for eleven years before moving to San Francisco and then Austin. She recently returned to Boston and is now the Managing Director of MassChallenge's Boston program. Here's her story.
Sasha Hoffman, the COO of Piaggio Fast Forward, has worked for a variety of companies throughout her career. In each situation, she has been exposed to new challenges and different roles along the way. Here's her story.
Shana Cooper, the Vice President of Products & Services at Kuvée, didn't expect to work on such a broad range of products, but she always loved the challenge of disrupting static industries. Here's her story.
Get to know... Claudia Dent, SVP of Product Management at Everbridge, a global platform for critical communications and enterprise safety.
Lindsey Christensen is the Head of Marketing at TetraScience. Here's her background story and how she managed her career to the point of leading the marketing function for a venture backed company.
Recently, I sat down with Jill Balis to discuss digital marketing’s evolution, what big trends marketers ought to prep for next, and a bit about what she’s working now with The Grommet.
There’s a theme here connecting the companies du Toit has worked for: great people and great culture.
Elizabeth Dobrska, program director at TUGG is a hustler. Always has been, likely always will be.
Ellen Chisa, VP of Product Management at Paul English’s latest venture, Lola Travel, is the kind of person everyone wants on their team.