For most of my career, I’ve been fortunate enough to work in web software development, helping organizations make the world a better place:
- Mozilla Corporation (current): I’m currently an engineering manager for the Contextual Services team. It’s exciting to be back, and I’m looking forward to it.
- Devoted Health (0.75 years): don’t get it wrong, my short tenure at Devoted Health is only so because Mozilla had a great situation I couldn’t say no to. I worked as a full-stack engineer for Devoted, a company that is providing value-based care for Medicare Advantage (so far) members in a growing number of states. They do good, data-based work, and their engineering organization puts most Silicon Valley companies to shame. Add to that the fact that they are understanding, patient, dedicated, and they really do treat their members (and employees) like family, and this was a hard job to leave.
- Mozilla Corporation (5.8 years): exclusively an engineering manager, I served on the Marketplace team, the Firefox Core Engineering team, the Add-ons team, and the team I called “Personal Data Protection,” which included Lockwise (the evolving password manager, available in Firefox and as a native app for iOS and Android) and Firefox Monitor, the breach alert service.
- Threespot (11 years): I started as a developer and left as the Technology Department head. I also did some IT while there, but that wasn’t my main focus. Threespot is a certified B Corporation, and was great for a technical person with a love of good design. You should check them out.