Women’s History Month: An Interview with Mavenlink Engineering Manager Paulette Luftig

Each year, the month of March is used to celebrate the important contributions that women have made throughout history. In the tech space we are especially proud of Ada Lovelace and her legacy of being the first person to write a computer program back in 1842. However, despite the massive strides that women have made since Ada’s days the female workforce is still greatly underrepresented in the tech space. Women make up over 50% of the overall workforce, but less than 30% of all tech jobs, with...

HubSpot Certified and All Around Mavenlink Aficionado: Meet Mike R.

If Mavenlink had a mascot, it would likely be Mike Rizzo. In addition to managing content creation and data through our marketing automation platform HubSpot, Mike’s unofficial job is also Mavenlink advocate. Most Mavens around the office know that Mike is the go-to guy for Maven gear and more. (Stickers? He’s got them. Mavenlink stationary? Done. Pens? Of course.) Having recently celebrated his one year anniversary here, we are excited to feature Mike as May's Maven (a Mayven, if you will).

Meet a Maven: Jeff

Our first featured Maven was one of the earliest Mavenlink employees, Melissa. Today we’re meeting another original team member: Jeff! He works in our San Francisco office helping to create many of the powerful features seen in Mavenlink (most recently, he helped build our updated utilization report). Read on to learn more about Jeff and what he does here at Mavenlink!

Meet a Maven: Melissa

Here at Mavenlink, we pride ourselves on being a people-centric business. Our employees — Mavens, as we call them — work hard every day listening to our customers’ needs, building relationships with them, and working with our teams in Irvine and San Francisco to make our product better for our customers through product updates, informative webinars, and more. Mavens are an integral part of what makes Mavenlink tick — and we’d like you to meet some of them! Today, meet one of the very first...