Product Manager, LinkedIn
Brady is an entrepreneur and Product Manager. In 2009 he founded a technology company building multi-touch solutions for enterprise applications, before transitioning to a Product Management role at consumer events and content startup in Washington DC. Later, Brady joined Facebook to help drive increases to original sharing - leading teams
to ship successful new product experiences across birthdays and profile optimizations -- winning two company awards for this work. Some of this work increased topline metrics by hundreds of millions annually and had a 50% CR on the experience. Currently, Brady is a Product Manager at LinkedIn, working on messaging, which is core to how we interact, do business, and communicate. He’s excited to build experiences that help people have more impact together. Additionally, Brady continues to manage Simtek -- his startup -- in a reduced capacity. Simtek builds simple technology to help people monitor places where wifi and power don't reach, like storage safes, RVs and mobile homes, and luggage while traveling. Brady enjoys leading multi-disciplinary engineering teams to ship new product experiences, from MVP to public production, and discovering product opportunities and ideas to execute on. His strengths are in execution and wading through ambiguity, and having a passion to learn new domains. Software or hardware, consumer or enterprise - his fundamentals stay the same.
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