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Steve Huffman
Co-Founder & CEO
Steve Huffman is the co-founder and CEO of Reddit, the "front page of the internet" and fourth most visited site in the U.S. He is also the co-founder and former CEO of Hipmunk, the popular online travel company. Raised in northern Virginia, Huffman pursued his passion for programming from an early age and followed it through a computer science degree at the University of Virginia. In 2005, he and his college roommate Alexis Ohanian pitched their first start-up to then-new incubator Y Combinator. While the pair's initial idea for a food-ordering mobile app called My Mobile Menu was rejected, Y Combinator founder Paul Graham invited them to build a new startup, which soon led to their creation of Reddit. After selling the company in 2006, Huffman launched Hipmunk and was named to Inc. Magazine's “30 Under 30” list in 2011 and the Forbes “30 Under 30” list in 2012. A few years later, Huffman returned as CEO of Reddit, where he has led the company's development of native image and video hosting, a new mobile app, and a full site redesign while growing the Reddit community to over 330 million monthly users. In addition to his work at Reddit, Huffman is a mentor at Hackbright Academy, a San Francisco-based coding school for women. In his free time, he enjoys skiing, dancing, and browsing r/WholesomeMemes.
Chris Slowe
CTO
Chris is CTO and Founding Engineer of Reddit. Though a software engineer by vocation, his first attempt at a career started with his finishing a PhD in experimental physics at Harvard where he learned about the importance of modeling, critical thinking, statistics, and (honestly) welding. He uses the first three skills regularly. The final years of his PhD were concurrent with him breaking into startups and getting accepted to the first YCombinator class, where he subsequently met Steve and Alexis and became Reddit's first employee five months into the company. After five years at Reddit, he left with Steve to work on Hipmunk as Chief Scientist. He's been back at Reddit since 2017.
Jen Wong
COO
Jen Wong is Reddit’s Chief Operating Officer, overseeing business strategy and related teams from Reddit’s New York office. Previously, Jen was Chief Operating Officer and President of Digital at Time, Inc., where she led the company’s digital and interactive strategies as well as its operations, consumer marketing, and revenue teams. Prior to Time, she worked as Chief Business Officer for PopSugar and Global Head of Business Operations for AOL. Jen earned her M.B.A. from Harvard Business School, her M.S. in Engineering Economic Systems & Operations from Stanford University, and her B.S. in Applied Mathematics from Yale University.
Melissa Tidwell
VP & General Counsel
Melissa Tidwell is Vice President and General Counsel at Reddit, advising on a wide range of legal and business matters and managing the company’s Legal, Policy, and Communications groups. Previously, Melissa was Senior Counsel at Google, advising the Product, Engineering, Business Development, and Sales teams on a variety of Google products. She started her legal practice at Debevoise & Plimpton in New York before moving to Morrison & Foerster in San Francisco. Melissa earned her J.D. from New York University School of Law and B.A in American Studies from Georgetown University.
Alex Le
VP of Product
Alex is Vice President of Product at Reddit, leading the teams that build products and services supporting the diverse network of communities on Reddit. He started his career as a search engineer at IBM, AT&T Interactive, and Powerset / Bing, and pivoted to the games industry first as an entrepreneur building games for the Facebook Platform, and then as Executive Producer and Director of Product for the popular gaming app, CityVille by Zynga. Most recently, Alex was an Expert-in-Residence at First Round Capital as well as an independent advisor and investor. Alex earned a degree in computer science from the University of California Irvine.
Katelin Holloway
VP of People & Culture
As Vice President of People & Culture at Reddit, Katelin is passionate about building scalable, inclusive institutional cultures. First introduced to the notion of intentional cultural development at Pixar Animation Studios, she studied alongside the storytellers that would ultimately change the course of her career. From film to tech (and a few interesting layovers in between) the one common denominator behind Katelin’s career has been to enable people to create beautiful, innovative products by building a culture of belonging.
Zubair Jandali
VP Brand Partnerships
Zubair is Reddit’s Vice President Brand Partnerships, and joined Reddit from Google, where he led a global sales organization focused on mobile-first businesses. Previously, Zubair was also Director of Market Development at AdMob where he was responsible for the company's APAC go-to-market, including sales, business development, and marketing activities. Prior to AdMob, he worked in search engine marketing and business development at Nextag. Zubair earned a Bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of California, Berkeley.
Roxy Young
VP Brand Development
Roxy is Reddit’s VP Brand Development, leading the charge to make Reddit a daily destination for more people. She has over 15 years of consumer marketing experience with brands such as Gap, Netflix, Zynga, and Hipmunk. She’s passionate about growing awareness and repeat usage for products and services that make people's lives better. Her experience spans all areas of marketing, including positioning, brand marketing, public relations, acquisition, retention, and social media. Roxy earned her bachelor's degree from Texas A&M University and her M.B.A from the University of Notre Dame.
Joel Meek
VP of Finance
As Vice President of Finance, Joel oversees Reddit’s ongoing financial growth. Previously, he managed the Community and Online Partnership teams at Pinterest, supporting and growing the company’s communities and helping small- to mid-sized businesses advertise on the platform. Joel also worked on building the Sales and Operations teams for Google Apps. Joel earned a bachelor’s degree in Economics and Applied Math from Northwestern University and an M.B.A from the Wharton School of Business.
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