Product Manager, Google
Mohsin has 10 years of experience developing products and services across payments, education, and healthcare. Currently, as a platform Product Manager, he is building the future of payments for Google's largest customers in their most complex international markets. Additionally, Mohin works cross-functionally to guide products from conception to launch by
connecting the technical and business worlds, breaks down complex problems into steps that drive product development, and develops innovative solutions to problems by collaborating as needed across regions, products areas, and functions. He understands markets, competition, and user requirements in depth, and works collaboratively with engineering, marketing, legal, UX, etc. on cutting edge technologies. Prior to Google, he designed and taught ethics and strategy courses to UC Berkeley students, developed tools for community hospitals that increased revenue and improved patient experience, and built a tech-centered curriculum to increase the achievement of inner-city students. Mohsin is passionate about coaching others, building products that do good, advocating for minorities in business, and trying to be a servant leader. He not only provides sharp intellect and understanding of various business topics, but he connected with each of us in a unique and motivational way as a person.
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