Free for 15 mins
Experienced Product Manager, MIT MBA, Experimentation & innovation enthusiast
I've built product from 0 to 1 (where my team generated the product's first dollar) and launched incremental updates to large, mature businesses (where I added on to a $X00M ARR baseline). I've worked in privately held start-ups where the c-suite & VP level leadership is very hands on and in one of the largest companies in the world. Throughout my experiences, I've been driven by the same passion for innovation and delivery that I brought to the MIT Global Start-up Labs as the Lead Product Management and Entrepreneurship instructor. I genuinely love to teach and am here to coach those who are navigating an on-the-job product challenge as well as those who are interviewing for product management roles at start-ups and FAANG. Please note that I do not provide prep specifically for interviews with Google. Most of my product experience is in machine learning based real-time systems and I have a natural bent towards being quantitative and experiment-driven. But, having worked in the B2B space and thanks to the multiple consulting projects I completed while at MIT, I can appreciate the go-to-market, product marketing, and 'head customer' constraints that enterprise products need to account for. I have my MBA from MIT Sloan and a Bachelor's with honors from Hunter College in Economics and Public Policy. References from previous clients available upon request. If you're interested in previewing my coaching style, check out my Skillshare channel here: https://skl.sh/3i3AN5j
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$60.00 for 30 mins
A half hour slot can be used to discuss high-level questions like what it's like being a product manager at various types of companies, what it takes to transition into product management, etc.
$125.00 for 1 hour
A one hour slot is useful for discussing in-depth challenges and goals.
$90.00 for 45 mins
Similar scope to the full hour deep dive but at a lower price point.