We live in an economy of instant gratification. As consumers, technology has completely changed the way we access information in our daily lives.
But in the workplace, where efficiency and process optimization are promoted, we instead find ourselves hunting down fragmented and outdated information through shoulder taps and emails.
Spurred by frustration, we decided to change this.
Nav Athwal Founding Member @ TREC, Cofounder @ RealtyShares
Founder and former CEO of RealtyShares, Nav is a pioneer in real estate technology. He has over a decade of experience an attorney, broker, and investor. Nav lectures at UC Berkeley Law School and the Haas School of Business, is a frequent contributor to Forbes, and often featured on CNBC, Bloomberg and Fox Business. He holds a JD from UC Berkeley, where he was class Valedictorian.
Shawna Wolverton Chief Product Officer @ Planet
Shawna is a customer focused, user experience obsessed product executive who currently heads up product strategy at Planet. She spent 14 years in various roles building the Salesforce platform. Most recently she lead their next generation user interface migration. Shawna earned her Bachelors degree in Politics from the University of California, Santa Cruz.
Nicolle Paradise Senior Director of Client Experience @ ADP, Head of Experience @ TEDx SF
Nicolle has been architecting and leading client-centric organizations for 15+ years that deliver value for clients, profitability for shareholders, and inspire associates. She is an accomplished keynote speaker, Head of Experience for TEDx San Francisco, and has had the good fortune to travel to all 7 continents. More can be read at www.NicolleParadise.com
Be the go-to solution for instant answers in the workplace.
Melanie Fellay Co-Founder & CEO
Salesforce & BizOps enthusiast. Expertise in leading operations & success teams, thinking at scale and architecting Salesforce solutions.
Zari Zahra Co-Founder & CPO
Experienced Product Manager and builder of web and mobile apps for Pandora, SquareTrade, RealtyShares and Rakuten. Harvard MBA ’13.