In my daytime life, I am a software engineering manager. I have worked in a variety of industries and at a variety of companies, notably Wayfair and HubSpot. My specialty is building strategy and creating stability within teams, which is most useful when teams are going through times of rapid growth or other kinds of change.
I have written about technology, generally, and more recently a lot more about Emacs (no, really) on my “personal” blog, The Chronicle . I also occasionally opine about facets of the tech industry that impact my life, such as when Apple priced me out of their computers and I attempted to use Windows for the first time in over 20 years and was disappointed.
I coach engineering leaders (particularly new managers) in how to cope with the growing burden of responsibility that leadership entails. For more information about my coaching practice, please visit my website .
I offer one-on-one leadership coaching in the Boston tech community as well as remotely via phone.
I am a foundational member of The Wayfund, a Boston-area tech talent syndicate working to amplify the opportunities for entrepreneurs connected to the Wayfair engineering team’s broad network.
I have had the opportunity to invest in and provide technical guidance to startups and scale-up organizations in Boston. If you are in need of a “fractional CTO” or just want to tap into my experience building software and teams, maintaining and scaling systems, and innovating through rapid iteration, please email me.
Rather than maintain a bespoke resume, I keep my LinkedIn profile updated.