View from most recent holiday inManila, Philippines

View from most recent holiday inManila, Philippines

 

Hello!

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I've gone ahead and created this website as a candidate profile for your convenience. To start, here's a general overview of my background:

 
"Ask 50 people what a product manager is and you’ll get 50 different answers."

Indeed, a product manager's job changes per company, industry, and even throughout a day. I have experiences as a researcher, analyst, product manager and consultant. Regardless of job title, I've fueled my work with passion and transparency. I believe strong products are results of a cohesive, dynamic team and communication across internal and external stakeholders. Here are some examples from my experience that highlight this philosophy:

 
 

I'm an advocate for developing and amplifying culture. As an analyst, I employed data to create a culture of informed decisions. At Glass Lewis and Self Health Network, I partnered with professional services and operations teams to form strategic insights on product and marketing material. My technical acumen and leadership grew while at Quid. I sourced and managed a team of analysts and curated three databases streaming ~1TB/daily. Clean and insightful data were at the core of Quid's values, especially as a data visualization software. I created a client knowledge base and internal business intelligence report system. It was also at Quid where my curiosity with  analytics sparked an enthusiasm for product development.

 
One of the dashboards of AthleteSqor

One of the dashboards of AthleteSqor

 
 
 

I seized the opportunity to cultivate a culture of influence as a product manager. Influence applied to both internal stakeholders and users. As the first PM at Sqor, a social network for athletes and their fans, I brought a formal AGILE development methodology. This AGILE process was supported by Atlassian applications and included functional documentation, KPIs, user interviews and regularly scheduled product demoes. I also drove and owned influence for athletes, a select segment of users that drove most growth. I owned and launched "AthleteSqor," an influencer marketing product that paired social media engagement and sport performance metrics. AthleteSqor provided marketing departments quantified social media intelligence for influencer campaigns. Despite a short stint at Sqor, I created a culture were stakeholders can have influence in product development while users could quantify their engagement on-and-offline.

 

Alaina and Lori mentioned a few opportunities at Upserve. The above images are samples of client work with Salesforce, Atlassian and marketing engagement.