I wasn't born a techie...
It's easy to assume that tech jobs are just for techies - coders, data scientists, and UX designers.
But I got my start as a kindergarten teacher in Brooklyn and broke into tech without knowing a line of code.
And I ended up getting offers from companies that turned down my fellow Michigan MBAs with fancy engineering degrees.
...But I cracked the tech code...
During business school, I developed a system that landed offers at Apple, Amazon, and VC-backed startups.
Since then, I’ve gone from being a Product Marketing Intern for Apple's iOS team to the Sr. Product Marketing Manager for LinkedIn’s entire education business to the VP of Marketing at an edtech startup with $10M in venture funding.
...And helped others do it, too!
Along the way, I’ve interviewed more than 50 candidates for dozens of roles - from sales to customer success, from tech giants to startups.
And so I know exactly what tech recruiters look for and how hiring managers think - because I’ve been there and done that.
Now I want to help you.
Succeeding in tech has been a dream come true. But I’m still a teacher at heart - so I’ve dedicated the rest of my career to helping others do the same.