Jenn Steele

Jenn Steele
She’s the one in red…

Jenn used to lead geeks in law firms.  Then she decided to diversify and became a marketing consultant at HubSpot, a marketing software company.  That gave her less fodder for this blog, so she recruited coauthors, who hadn’t posted in a year, so she finally took their pages down. 🙂

Then she moved to Seattle, and started working at as the Product Marketing Manager for Amazon Simple Email Service.  After a year in the cloud, she moved over to Amazon’s SEO/SEM teams. This blog in no way represents the views of anyone at Amazon (for which they can all be truly grateful).

But after two years in a gargantuan company, she realized that she wanted to spend less time writing SQL and more time getting “stuff” done. She moved to the Bay Area and took at job as Head of Growth at RecruitLoop, a seed-stage startup that is disrupting the heck out of the recruiting industry.

But Seattle called again, and she first worked at Indix as Senior Director, Product Marketing, and now is VP of Product Marketing at Bizible, a revenue attribution and planning solution that helps marketers grow their companies.

She’s still obsessed with leadership, though, so she blogs on it. She also blogs on gender and tech issues when she feels a good rant coming on.

You can find her in lots of places, like Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn. Now she’s tired of talking about herself in the 3rd person.

See all of Jenn’s posts.

2 thoughts on “Jenn Steele

  1. Hi Jenn,
    I just finished reading “Harder Than I Thought” by Robert D. Austin, and noticed that he also wrote “Adventures of an IT Leader”. Since I too am a leadership geek I thought you might enjoy reading his stuff. I can’t vouch for Adventures specifically but I found Harder Than I Thought to be engaging and worthy of discussion and reflection.
    It sounds like you have a great gig at RecruitLoop, and I wish you all the best!

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