Head of Product at Nextdoor
Building Products with Purpose
Keynote by Tatyana Mamut "Building Products with Purpose" at The Product Lounge. We are ten offering speed product advice sessions to connect entrepreneurs with seasoned product leaders to discuss best practices or a specific challenge. Join us in the Product Lounge and meet product leaders and designers from across the Bay Area who offer guidance towards your product goals. You’re invited to participate in speed dating-style advice sessions in various areas such as product, design, and UI/UX. Come prepared with wireframes, your laptop, or roadmap and a specific question for your product advisor. Interested in being matched with product specialists at SERENDIPITY? Please follow this link to apply and reserve your seat. What: 20 minute speed coaching sessions with 10 exceptional product leaders
Tatyana Mamut is a transformative leader in Silicon Valley who drives innovation by understanding customers deeply and leading through empathy. She is a serial entre/intrapreneur, building successful products at Amazon, Salesforce, Nextdoor and IDEO. She is currently Head of Product at Nextdoor, the world's leading social network for neighborhoods. At Amazon Web Services, Tatyana was General Manager & Director of Product, where she built a revolutionary new software product and scaled the team from 2 to 150 engineers, product managers, and designers. At Salesforce, she was Vice President of Product Experience for the IoT (Internet of Things) Cloud, where she led the vision and development for the democratization of IoT technology. Tatyana was also an executive at IDEO, where she built and led the Organization Design practice globally. She started her career in global advertising, working at Leo Burnett in Chicago, London, and Moscow. She has won several design & advertising awards for her work at IDEO & Leo Burnett, and holds multiple patents for her inventions at Salesforce & Amazon. Tatyana has a PhD in cultural anthropology from UC Berkeley and a BA in economics from Amherst College. She is a refugee from eastern Ukraine and comes from three generations of Soviet professional women. She lives with her spouse, two daughters, and Siberian street dog in San Francisco.