I’m a data-driven product marketer, ops guy, storyteller, and self-proclaimed spreadsheet nerd. Currently, I’m the Chief of Staff at Sounder—a Series A startup that helps media companies and ad marketplaces grow their audio businesses through powerful data and insights. In my role, I lead product marketing, brand marketing, business operations, and investor relations (and everything else at the company without a title).

I started my career in 2015 at LinkedIn after graduating from Northwestern’s Medill School of Journalism. Moving from Chicago to SF to NYC in less than a year was a trip (and a half), but it gave me the chance to live in three amazing cities. In my 4.5 years at LinkedIn, I worked with our sales team to help make global customers who hire on LinkedIn more productive and successful.

In December 2021, I graduated from NYU Stern’s Tech MBA program. In my free time, you can find me writing my newsletter (Gridology), making silly AI-generated art, taking too many pictures of my doggo, or acting as commissioner to an overly competitive fantasy football league.

Say Hi 👋

I’m always looking to meet awesome people and connect. Drop me a line

✉️ Email

🐣 Twitter

💼 LinkedIn

Projects at Sounder 🎙


A sample of some of the projects I’ve worked on

💰 $7.7M Series A Built pitch and led GTM efforts for our fundraising announcement in Feb 2022

🛡 Brand Safety Solution Launch Led messaging, positing, and GTM efforts for Sounder’s brand safety solution

🚀 **Partnership Announcements** Led comms for B2B partnership launches including Audacy, SpokenLayer, and DAX

📢 Refreshed Sounder Website Led team in complete redesign of Sounder’s company webpage

💎 Sounder Plus Led relaunch of our reimagined premium product in April 2021

🖥 Remote Culture Building Organize hack days, town halls, performance reviews, onboarding, and weekly newsletters

Writing 👨🏻‍💻


The journalist deep down in me still loves to write

✍️ Gridology

My semi-regular newsletter that answers questions around careers, relationships, growth, and business through an analytical lens

Essays

Braindrop Journey

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