One of six members of our executive team after starting as an entry level data analyst in 2012. Now overseeing analytics and strategic initiatives including pricing, business development, international strategy, and Squarespace Circle.
2015 to present
Interim VP, Acquisition
- Oct 2014 to Mar 2015, Oct 2016 to Apr 2017
- Twice rebuilt teams after leadership changes
- Oversaw $100M+ annual budget and two Super Bowl campaigns
2014 to 2015
2013 to 2014
District Attorney of New York
I was lucky enough to be at the heart of this. I joined just as the Bureau was getting access to the databases that contained decades of fine-grained case and court appearance data; our team used this access to build a variety of reports and tools for executive management and other data-driven initiatives.
- Designed and coded (with one other analyst and an IT developer) an internal gang-tracking system
- Implemented geocoding infrastructure and began location-driven data analysis
- Closely advised IT on a complete consolidation and redesign of all office data systems
My earlier jobs are a combination of stereotypical stops on the now-abandoned law school track (a year as a paralegal at the white collar law firm Stillman & Friedman post-graduation) and more esoteric fare. I spent the summer of 2008 using grant money to observe jury selection and trial behavior in Philadelphia. I contributed to a grand jury report accompanying indictments for stealing body parts in the summer of 2007. For three months in 2006 I camped out across Pennsylvania and New York in search of deer ticks as a field researcher for a CDC study on Lyme disease. (Here's how to catch a tick.) The summer before that I interned at the Academy of Natural Sciences helping catch snakehead fish, which can live for days out of water thanks to a partially-developed lung system.
- BA Psychology, 2009, cum laude
- Sports editor, Yale Daily News