Throughout my career I’ve always enjoyed counseling fellow web analysts on professional development. Everyone wrestles with questions like: How can I get my start? What can I do to ensure positive momentum? Which opportunity would suit me best? Although I’ve helped so many of my peers navigate job changes, it’s always a humbling experience when I go through it for myself.
I’ve left Semphonic
Earlier this month I resigned from my position on the leadership team at Semphonic. Looking back over the past 3 ½ years, I feel very fortunate to have worked with such wonderful colleagues, clients and partners. I leave with a wealth of experience and good memories. Thank you, everyone.
I’ve joined Apollo Group
After 7 years in consulting, I’m excited to say that I’m returning to the client side. I’ve accepted a position as Director of Web Analytics and Customer Insight at Apollo Group, the parent company of University of Phoenix. My work will support the online learning platform team, which is based downtown San Francisco.
In this new role I look forward to all of the challenges that come along with building and managing a thriving web analytics practice. I also get the satisfaction of knowing that my work will improve the educational experience for hundreds of thousands of students, alumni and faculty members. I’m thrilled.
I will remain involved in the community
Several people have asked if I’ll continue to serve on the Board of Directors of the Web Analytics Association after my job transition. The answer is absolutely yes, I’ll stay active in the WAA. I will also keep blogging and tweeting about the work I do, and of course you can count on seeing me at Web Analytics Wednesday.
Here’s to career growth, yours and mine.