Last fall, I changed roles at SalesLoft. Again.
I have been involved in a variety of business areas here (perks of being early to a fast-growing company), and while job changes do ping my OCD pretty heavily, the chance to take on something new and help define it is too good of a challenge to ignore.
Our co-founders, Kyle and Rob, had seen the role of Chief of Staff done really well at another company (shout-out, Mike Arrieta!), and felt SalesLoft could benefit from it. So they kicked off a new position… Read More
If you’re just now back to me after my five-month … we’ll call it a “haitus,” shall we? That sounds nice and relaxing (ha!) … then first off, I apologize. I don’t really know where I was either, and you’re not to be blamed for wondering what the hell I was doing. Read More
This is the second of four recaps-that-I'm-behind-on of The Consumer Show at Switchyards, which I am putting together into a quadruple feature, because my full-time job ate my life for the last few months. Thanks for the patience, everyone!
So, The Consumer Show, Better Late Than Never, Part 2: Read More
This post is basically an ongoing list from this twitter thread. It may have started as "50 badass women in the tech, accessibility, inclusivity, and just all round fabulous humans," but it's now so much more than that, thanks to Annie and her network and, well, all of you. Read More
Last night, something really incredible happened. I would say it happened to me, but it really happened to hundreds of women — nearly 1,000 and counting, as the list is now organically growing at a crazy rate, and who knows what it will be by the time you’re reading this. Read More
This is the first of four recaps-that-I'm-behind-on of The Consumer Show at Switchyards, which will be put together into a quadruple feature, because my full-time job ate my life for the last few months. Thanks for the patience, everyone!
So, The Consumer Show, Better Late Than Never, Part 1: Read More
"Okay, but ... where have you been? Are you still blogging? What have you been doing???"
That would be Charlton (Startup Atlanta executive director), catching me at a startup event a few weeks ago, wondering what the heck was up with me. And he was not the only one. Read More
Hello everyone! James here, filling in for Aly while she’s off making the world a better place.
The Consumer Show is always one of my favorite events that I attend. There's something really fun about watching startups pitch their ideas to a crowd and hearing everyone’s questions to the companies. Read More
I hate to do this back-to-back, but I'm going to go out there on a limb and say the first Thursday of the month isn't loving me for the past few rounds, y'all. For the second one in a row, I've got a guest post in for The Consumer Show. (Last-minute but still.) Read More
I get a lot of random PR people trying to convince me that an article on dental clinics or beauty tips or Australian gold mines or something is exactly "what your site needs" from a guest-post. (It does not.) But this is not one of those posts.
Julia reached out to me after attending a recent episode of "Made in Atlanta," a monthly Switchyards collaboration with Alternative Apparel about the best brands made in our city. She had written a recap of the December event and thought I might be interested in cross-posting it here. She was right, so here it is. Enjoy! ~ Aly Read More