Currently I lead teams around core, innovation and growth, with initiatives around ease of use and taking products from 0 to 1. Previously, I worked at OpenFin as a Lead Product Manager and Designer, on a B2B browser and an app launcher.
I'm an entrepreneur with a multidisciplinary skillset. I've been part of VC/Startup programs such as Notation Moonlight, Republic VC and Entrepreneur First.
I found myself in Product after years of working as a Data Scientist and seeing the impact of data on users. Throughout my roles, I've worn multiple hats and became increasingly interested in creating delightful experiences and lovable products. I've worked in startups such as 6Tribes (now DriveTribe), Pariti, Creative AI, RunwayML, and larger firms such as BAE, TheLadders and Amnesty International.
For fun, I've built communities such as PyData London, with over 15k members; Been the Head of Ethics at DataKind UK.
As a Product Manager, I work on forming collaborative product processes, where I bring together disciplines.
I’m particularly passionate around productivity and focus tools along with calm technology. I’m a great believer in good design
As a Product Designer, I’m able to identify the market opportunity and define the problem, in order to build a world class solution. I use tools such as design sprints and delve in deeply with user research.
My strengths lie in being able to use my multidisciplinary background with AI to build experiences and products that break status quo.
In Data Science, I've developed AI research into production-ready recommendation systems. My strengths are in developing recommendation systems, natural language and creative AI tools.
In AI I am very passionate around how AI can be used to augment experiences and improve lives. I have also led the AI group at DataKind, to ensure we build ethical practices within AI.
Careers are squiggly lines, rather than ladders. As an industry, we need to be honest with people about how we get to where we are today. Below is a brief summary of critical times in my career where I've had to make decisions and pivot, along with a couple of tips.
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