Rachelle was the first recruiter at GitHub and helped scale GitHub up from its early stages in 2013. Before GitHub, Rachelle ran university programs for Google recruiting and after GitHub, Rachelle went on a "tour of duty" recruiting technical talent for the U.S. Digital Service at The White House.
She uses her expertise and network in technical recruiting to help fellows find, network, and negotiate their ways into their dream positions.
Brian was a senior software engineer for Zazzle, one of the largest product customization marketplaces in the world. There he led several features on the mobile team. Before Zazzle, Brian was a software engineer at CBS and founded a company called Spondevu.
Now, Brian works directly with Pathrise fellows on technical interview preparation and how to find the best possible job in the field of software engineering.
Bryce was a product designer at Airbnb for 2 years where he became a “Swiss Army Knife” working both in the marketing-side with the Art Department, and product-side with Airbnb Experiences. Before that, he co-founded Nubko, a creative collaboration startup. He also worked as a graphic designer for a handful of clients, including celebrity chef Guy Fieri.
Drawing from all the portfolio reviews, designer case studies, and design projects that he's worked on and given out from both sides of the table, Bryce helps students enter into the still-developing world of design.
Deyton was an engineering manager and engineering lead at DocuSign. Having taken the entire journey from starting as an iOS engineer to working directly with the CTO on special projects, Deyton brings a unique perspective on long-term career advancement.
Having interviewed hundreds of engineers in his time in leadership and having mentored plenty of different young professionals on his teams, Deyton applies his experience to help Pathrise fellows transition from their education to impactful industry work.
Murat was Software Engineer at Microsoft for over 4 years building various platforms/technologies that changed the modern web such as Chakra, Typescript and Apache Cordova. After serving briefly on the Apache project management committee, Murat co-founded Codela, a venture-backed startup that restructured the way companies think about software engineering interviews.
Murat works closely with Pathrise fellows on topics ranging from software engineering, web development, and startups.
Jamal recently went through Y Combinator with a startup building the next generation Home Shopping Network/QVC. Before that, he built a mobile gaming company, worked on a vacation rental startup, and built a top 5 Facebook app company that was acquired.
Jamal uses the knowledge he has gained from building several success startups to help fellows in product management.
The rest of our advisors come from industry leading companies
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