My road in life took a while to figure out.
Interned at a consulting firm through the INROADS program.
Graduated college with a degree in Management Information Systems.
Employed at a major consulting firm in NYC for several years, which allowed me to work within various industries. I started my career as developer then moved to project management.
Recruited by a Fortune 500 company to work as an independent consultant. I spent several years being self-employed at this company.
I got married and relocated from NYC to CT. I took a year off from work after having my first child.
Re-entered the workforce as an independent consultant at a financial company in CT.
I took eight months off after having my second child.
Re-entered the workforce at Travelers. I started my career at Travelers in project management. I then took roles in strategy, product management and am currently in eBusiness.


Vice President, eBusiness

Deliver and own digital capabilities that enable Travelers to be a customer-centric digital insurer

Career Roadmap

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Learning / Being Challenged

Day to Day

My role is extremely collaborative and I coordinate with multiple stakeholders to ensure alignment. I meet with business stakeholders to understand their needs. I also meet with my team to discuss all facets of delivering a capability to market. This would include business leads, user designers, architects, developers and finance.

Recommended Education

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The Noise I Shed

From Society in General:

"Technology is a male-dominated field and you should consider other disciplines. "