Senior Director of Product Management, Einstein AI
Alexander is a seasoned Product Leader and an entrepreneur who excels at building excellent teams and solving product-related problems. His expertise lies in finding the perfect product-market fit and scaling it fast.Today, Alexander is the Director of Product Management on Einstein at Salesforce. His responsibilities include overseeing from concept to launch
of the application. Throughout his lucrative career, Alexander has held various positions including Associate Consultant, Research Assistant, Advisor and ultimately Product Manager.His entrepreneurial spirit eventually led him to found his own enterprise, Simpatic, a high-security platform for team communication and collaboration. Under his leadership, a team of engineers managed to build and improve a web application and Android app. On top of his daily work, Alexander also advises startups at UC Berkeley SkyDeck, is a featured speaker at Product School in San Francisco and has been a volunteer at Habitat for Humanity. Moreover, he is highly engaged with his community through supporting a soccer club in San Francisco that provides free programs to underprivileged elementary school children.He graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles with a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Development Studies with a Spanish minor. Additionally, he completed Full-Stack Coding Bootcamp in Computer Science at UC Berkeley. On top of his academic and professional endeavors, Alexander is also a certified scuba diver.
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