Business education for rockstars real people
Every ambitious person deserves a great strategic education – not just executives and MBA grads.
We founded Section for people like you. People who want to be great at their jobs right now, not on someone else’s schedule. People who may not have access to an MBA program or executive education, but have the fire, motivation, and ambition to build something incredible.
That’s where we come in. We’ll give you the tools, frameworks, and strategies to get to work right away – no gatekeeping involved.
Because for us, education isn’t just about what you learn. It’s about what you do with it.
Unboring business education you can use immediately
No bad PowerPoints, cheesy ukulele music, mandatory quizzes to prove you were watching, smart-but-super-boring professors, or un-diverse panels. Ever.
People learn best from other people
So you’ll always be surrounded by expert TAs, community managers, and other students to push your thinking forward.
It’s our responsibility to level the playing field
So we’ll do everything we can to provide you high-value business education at a fraction of the cost of an MBA.
To build something new, you have to question everything
So if the “traditional way of doing things” isn’t working, tell us – we’ll brainstorm with you about how to do better.
Scott is a Professor of Marketing at NYU Stern and the founder of Section. He’s the author of the New York Times’ Best Sellers The Four and The Algebra of Happiness. He's the host of the Prof G Show and cohost of the Pivot podcast. In addition to founding Section, he is also the professor for Section's Business Strategy and Brand Strategy Sprints.
Prior to Section, Greg founded five companies resulting in three exits (two of which were over $100M—2Market to AOL, SocialChorus to Sumeru Equity Partners). He is a hybrid Canadian (believes in a level playing field), British (does not quit), and American (dreams of something better). He is a graduate of the University of Western Ontario and Stanford Graduate School of Business.
Karen brings both financial and operational experience that spans a diverse group of public and private high-growth companies. She has a successful track record of creating value for stakeholders, including raising rounds of VC financing and facilitating successful exits. Prior to Section she was CFO of Pollfish and L2 (purchased by Gartner for $150M). She was also Head of Finance for Opensky (purchased by Alibaba).
Wendy oversees education and marketing at Section. Prior to Section, Wendy spent 14 years in growth-stage startups building marketing and commercial functions. She's been a part of five exits worth $2B+ in market value. She's active in social justice (Stand with Asian Americans), politics (Vote By Mail 2020), health, and now education. She is a proud graduate of University of California, Berkeley.
Taylor built Section’s initial sprint and membership experiences and now leads the strategy, customer success, and operations teams. Before Section, Taylor led client strategy at business-intelligence firm L2, delivering strategic recommendations to senior executives at brands like P&G, Unilever, and Nike. She is a graduate of Dartmouth College.
Steve oversees technology at Section. He has led teams for 15 years and previously served as an engineering leader at theSkimm and Tumblr. Steve is a Columbia computer science grad with a passion for digital media.
LEADERSHIP AND BUSINESS CORE
Our leadership and business core faculty are drawn from top tech companies, consultancies, and business schools to teach the essential skills that top performers share.
Our marketing faculty hail from award-winning agencies and companies pioneering new marketing strategies.
The Membership Economy
Our product faculty have pioneered product strategies that put users first and drive deep, sustained engagement with products.