Don’t take classes that make you want to check your email within 20 seconds. Our head of community explains what makes learning with Section so magical.
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.
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).
Taylor built Section’s initial sprint and membership experiences and now leads the strategy, customer success, operations, and creative 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.
Alli leads Section’s education team in building the curriculum, courses, and learning experience. Prior to Section, Alli was a human capital consultant at Deloitte advising clients on how to redesign their organizations and upskill their teams in the face of digital transformation. She is a graduate of Johns Hopkins University and NYU Stern Graduate School of Business.
Mike leads the Data and Analytics function at Section. He previously built much of the data team and platform from the ground up at L2 and led the data warehousing team at Toast. Mike holds degrees from NYU, New England Conservatory of Music, and Borough of Manhattan Community College.
Angie leads the Operations and Course Delivery team at Section. Prior to Section, Angie led Product and Program Management teams at creative agencies and tech companies like NerdWallet and Course Hero. She's a graduate of UC Berkeley and is proof that you CAN do something with that English degree.
Dennis Yang is the co-founder of Modal, a mastery platform designed to help employees upskill in key technical areas. Prior to Modal, Dennis was the CEO of edtech leader Udemy. Dennis has a proven track record for leading organizations with innovative learning models.
Vishal Sankhla co-founded Viralheat, a B2B social media marketing platform used by organizations like Google, Udemy, and TED. He is currently VP of Product at Ethos, a health platform that automates and simplifies applying for health insurance. He is a lifelong learner who advises and invests in multiple start-ups.
Camille is the former Head of Marketing at all-in-one workspace and productivity app Notion. Prior to Notion, she ran content and marketing at First Round Capital. She is a marketing leader and expert in both storytelling and strategy.
Josh Bersin is a global industry analyst and founder of the Josh Bersin Academy, a research and advisory services firm focused on the future of work and learning. He's also a bestselling author and frequent speaker on topics related to HR, talent management, and digital transformation.