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What I'm Up To - February 2024
I'm an entrepreneur with a background in product & design. You can connect with me on LinkedIn and Twitter 👋 I started my career in San Francisco at AKQA and Fitbit where I learned from experienced technologists and caught the entrepreneurial bug. I co-founded Moonlight, a marketplace to discover, hire, and pay experienced software developers. We bootstrapped to profitability, raised VC, and sold the platform in 2020. Realizing I'd never had a female boss, I joined theSkimm to re-launch their membership products. I went to business school at Chicago Booth, where I was an entrepreneur in residence at Chicago Ventures (read more about that journey here). Now, I'm the founder of Velvet - Query all your data in one place. Connect any source or database, write complex queries with AI, and ship features using real-time data. I'm in NYC most of the time - Reach out if you want to chat!
I work on EngineerSF helping companies scale through non-obvious methods. I share my updates and musings on startups, energy, and the macro here through a monthly newsletter. Subscribe below if you want to stay in touch. You can also find me on LinkedIn and Twitter. I invest, build, write, and work.
My name is Lindsay Crouse and I'm a Producer/Editor/Writer/Runner at The New York Times, where I've worked for over a decade. Drawing on my own experiences as a competitive athlete, I've been lucky to play a role in coverage of women athletes at The Times. The Emmy-nominated video series I produced, Equal Play, broke news by centering female athletes’ untold experiences and led to widespread reform in women’s sports. My reporting in 2019 exposed the lack of maternity protections that female professional athletes secretly faced at the time (featuring the experiences of Olympians Alysia Montano, Allyson Felix, and Kara Goucher, among others) — the result of a year-long investigation into industry standards, contracts, and the undisclosed toll of work and motherhood on female athletes. Combining my backgrounds in both video production and text reporting, the package changed maternity norms across the industry, including at Nike, which created a new policy to ensure pay for pregnant athletes over 18 months. As the Co-Executive Producer of Op-Docs, The Times’s series of short documentaries by independent filmmakers, I've produced nearly 400 short films, winning 4 Emmy awards (more than 20 nominations), 4 Oscar nominations, and 2 Peabody awards. Merging my background in women’s sports and documentary, I produced the first Oscar-winner for The Times (“The Queen of Basketball,” 2021). I'm a 2:53 marathoner and ran cross country at Harvard. Here is some of my work on women & sports you may have seen in The Times: "I'm 35 and Faster than I Ever Thought Possible" "How the 'Shalane Effect' Works" "Why Men Quit and Women Don't" And now, I'm on book leave! You can contact me at lindsay.crouse @ nytimes.com
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Hi! I'm Kaley and I'm passionate about health. To me, health is expansive: social, mental, spiritual, AND physical. I love to push myself to new limits and bring others along for the journey. Right now, I'm doing that as a boxing coach, the founder of a women's health platform (ALEYE), a musician (with my band Alltimatum and solo), and as a full time student at Chicago Booth. You can connect with me on LinkedIn, Instagram, of follow along here for email updates (eventually!).
I'm a software engineer working in London for a Series A FinTech. Away from my day job, I angel invest, build products (such as Nearly) and organising a tech week event in London for 2024. On this page, I write about miscellaneous thoughts and give life updates. You can subscribe below if you think they're interesting. Feel free to reach out to me on Twitter, it's where I spend far too much of my time. And if you'd like to talk to me about something, you can book some time for a call here.
Hi there - I'm Mairin Jerse, a recent graduate The University of Chicago Booth in Chicago, IL and the Director of Product at Page Vault, a growth stage legal tech startup. Before grad school, I spent four years @ GE Healthcare on their digital team, developing software, launching MVPs, deploying SaaS products to a global user base, and experimenting with bringing new tech into an old company on a globally distributed team. One meaningful experience I had was leading the product strategy for a process mining software, Celonis, an experience that helped jump start my interest in startups and the power of technology to solve age-old and modern questions and to shake industry architectures. While @ Booth, I've explored my interest in startups and entrepreneurship, spending the better half of my first year exploring startup ideas in the femtech space, before joining Techstars as a Business Development Associate and then fintech startup Aeropay as their second Product Manager. While I have spent most of my career in the healthcare sector, I am excited to expand my technical and product skills into other domains, such as fintech and AI. At Booth, I'm an active member of Chicago Women in Booth, Booth Technology Group, and I am a Co-Chair of The Entrepreneurship & Venture Capital Club (EVC). This past June, I started my full time role as the Director of Product at Page Vault, where I'm building the product organization from the ground up. Outside of school & work, I'm an avid reader - I enjoy a mix of non-fiction, historical biographies, psychological explorations, and novels. My ultimate happy place is on my couch with Netflix's Cracking Birchwood Fireplace roaring on my television, no plans for the day, & a book in my hands. Would love to chat about: • Product management, product strategy, tech strategy, industry architecture • Startups, startup strategy, customer discovery, product market fit • Headspace, meditation, flow • Books, emerging authors Cheers! Mairin Phonetics: Mairin Jerse = "M-Erin Jerce"
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Who are you, Jopie?Jopie Seimons is a Quality Assurance Engineer who works for Doctorly. What do you do, Jopie?I specialize in testing software and writing software to ensure the work we test does not regress over time once tested. To be more exact, I test Medical Practitioner Software. I like this. What matters to you, Jopie?I value honesty, open-mindedness, willingness and pure grit. I believe hard work will always prevail, especially if talent decides not to show up on time. I am passionate about problem-solving, conflict resolution, and helping a team deliver the best quality they can with the resources at their disposal. So this whole thing about QA, give me the pitch..Building software with testability baked in from the inception of a Software Project will ensure that the solution stands against the test of time. Why should I believe you, Jopie?A former Software Developer with 15 years of experience, I have concluded that Quality Assurance is an essential part of the Software Development Process, and deserves to be treated with respect. I strive to ensure our line work receives first-class treatment, which is a prerequisite for a successful Software Project. Anything else I should not know?My hobbies include computer gaming, military history, and Warhammer 40K lore. I support the South African Springboks Rugby team and the Scuderia Ferrari Formula 1 Team. Also, Doom Eternal and Metal. Rip and Tear 🤘
Join me as I embark on adventures near and far. This is my blog where I post what I've been up to - mostly adventures. Are you ready to join me? As a remote worker with a passion for adventure, I'm always seeking out new experiences and challenges. UpdatesLondon, Istanbul / Nov Dec '23 Dallas, Little Rock / Oct '23 Arkansas / Sep '23 Wyoming, Nevada, Utah and Colorado / Aug '23 California -> Missouri / July '23 AdventuresJoshua Tree National Park Lake McClure
Hi! My name is Sinan Ozdemir. I'm: • An AI expert (inventor on several AI patents + current AI consultant. Book 1:1 Time with me) • An author (check out Quick Start Guide to LLMs and the AI Office Hours newsletter or my 6 other books on the topics of ML and DS) • An entrepreneur (founder of several funded startups, one acquired, some still going, including LoopGenius) • A teacher (former lecturer at Johns Hopkins and taught at a dozen other institutions)
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I work on Contraption Company making tools for online work such as Booklet, FRCTNL, and Postcard. I'm based in NYC, but often explore other cities. I'm interested in coffee, craftsmanship, fermentation, and urbanism. Instead of social media, I share my updates here through a monthly newsletter. Subscribe below if you want to stay in touch. Contact me at email@example.com. You can also find me on LinkedIn,