My name is Paul Rosania. I grew up in Rye Beach, New Hampshire.
I attended Phillips Exeter Academy, and later Dartmouth College, where I graduated with a degree in Computer Science in 2005.
After graduating, I spent three years in consulting (Ernst & Young, Mercatus) and three years in entrepreneurship (Careplace, CollegeJobConnect). In its heyday, Careplace was one of the largest online healthcare communities, with over 30,000 members.
In 2011, I moved from Boston to Palo Alto, where I worked for a year at a 7-person startup before joining Twitter in San Francisco. As a Group Product Manager, I led the product team responsible for the home timeline, including Tweets, Cards, media display, conversations, and other fun stuff I can’t talk about yet.
Hundreds of millions of people use Twitter to keep up with the world. Working on such an important product was a life-long honor.
I am currently a Product Manager at Slack.
When I am not working, I am running, bodysurfing or snowboarding, depending on the season. I am an avid technologist and spend much of my free time tinkering. You can see some of the results on Github.