In charge of the entire product lifecycle for the entire suite of The Wall Street Journal’s editorial tools and underlying services, including: overall product strategy (including legacy retirement), design thinking-driven discovery, product ownership, and stakeholder relations at all echelons of the WSJ newsroom and its parent companies, all the while bringing design-driven expertise, empathy and fast, iterative Agile-driven processes into the forefront of the program.
I was the first-ever product manager for the internal editorial tools at the WSJ and Dow Jones, working with three different legacy engineering teams, in which I helped determine requirements, design and roll out tools and features in conjunction with the WSJ consumer product teams. Reinvented and rolled out tools & features to solve problems for: multimedia search and image cropping, charting for all platforms, live coverage, and content planning.
2009: Indiana University School of Journalism (Indianapolis, Ind.) — Bachelor of Arts, Journalism