In Profile: Nathaniel Amaro

Graphic Designer.  The sound of glass shattering blasted through the speakers of the WWE arena. The crowd went wild as ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin tore down the ramp and slid into the ring. He climbed the ropes, popped open a beer, and ceremoniously poured the contents...

In Profile: John Golden

Product Analyst Good product category leaders think instinctively about features, benefits, market intelligence and project milestones. Great product managers are informed by data, too. “Passion provides purpose, but data drives decisions,” notes Adam Dunn, American...

In Profile: Anthony Paoletta

Sales Operations Manager Research shows that athletic competitors have higher levels of emotional intelligence than their non-athlete counterparts. Wrestlers, in particular, have a greater capacity to push themselves. With weight class requirements, they have to...

In Profile: Pankhuri Agarwal

Product Data Scientist About 3 years ago, Pankhuri ventured into Boston’s hackathon scene. Hackathons are weekend-long technology festivals. They go something like this. You arrive early Friday evening, grab a quick bite and, at around 6:30, problem statements are...

In Profile: Corey Costello

Assistant Production Manager In 1725, thirty-three square miles of land in south central New Hampshire was granted to 60 residents of Ipswich, Massachusetts. Settlement began in 1738 and, in 1766, New Ipswich was incorporated. The High Falls on the Souhegan River...

In Profile: Suzi Sanford

Graphic Designer.  Iceland’s wild horses don’t scare easily. Taken there by Norse settlers in the 9th century, they have evolved over the centuries into one of the world’s toughest breeds. With surefootedness to cross rough terrain, they brave weather that sends even...