What I Do at CafeMom: I co-founded CafeMom out of respect and admiration for moms. I play a lead role in driving the company's strategy, growth, and overall operations. I get to think about many different aspects of the business - the team, what's happening in moms' lives, the product, marketing, sales, finance -- and how they are all connected. I also get to work with an amazing group of people across the company.
Prior Roles / Companies: Prior to CafeMom, I was the Co-Founder and President of Do Something, a national organization that helps millions of young people get involved in their communities. I also co-founded and served as the Chief Executive Officer of the profitable, '94 Cup Daily, the nation's only daily newspaper dedicated to the 1994 World Cup Soccer Tournament held in the United States.
Alma Mater: Columbia Law School, with honors; University of Virginia undergrad, where I majored in Economics.
When I'm Not at Work: I live in New Jersey with my wife and three great kids -- there is never a dull moment in our house. I also love soccer. I played for the nation's top ranked University of Virginia team in college and along with co-founder Andrew Shue, I played professionally in Zimbabwe, where I also taught High School Math. Little known fact: I was a top ranked junior chess player as a kid -- and had a draw with the 3rd ranked player in the world when I was six.