Jennifer Dulski

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Jennifer Dulski
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Residence San Francisco, Palo Alto
Nationality American
Alma mater Cornell University
Occupation President & COO, Change.org
Employer Change.org

Jennifer Dulski is a technology executive in Silicon Valley.[1] She left Google in January 2013[1] to become president and COO of Change.org.

Background[edit]

Dulski was one of the first 500 employees at Yahoo! and rose in the ranks during her 9-year tenure to eventually serve as group vice president and general manager of local and commerce. After Yahoo! she was co-founder and CEO of The Dealmap,[2] which was acquired in 2011 by Google, where she spent almost two years as a senior executive.[3]

Dulski’s first job after college was founding and running Summerbridge Pittsburgh (part of the Breakthrough Collaborative), a non-profit organization that helps underserved middle school students get on a path to college and prepares high school and college students for careers in education. She currently serves on the boards of Move, Inc.,[4] Little Passports, and the Silicon Valley site of The Breakthrough Collaborative.[5]

Dulski joined Change.org after taking action on a petition started by Travyon Martin's parents, and was later recruited to join the team as its new COO and president.


References[edit]

  1. ^ a b VanderMey, Anne (29 January 2013). "Google exec moves to Change.org". Fortune. Retrieved 27 February 2013. 
  2. ^ Deleon, Nicholas (10 August 2012). "The Dealmap Brings The Daily Deal Obsession To The iPhone App Store". TechCrunch. Retrieved 27 February 2013. 
  3. ^ Gannes, Liz (29 January 2013). "Change.org Hires Google's Jennifer Dulski as President and COO". AllThingsD. Retrieved 27 February 2013. 
  4. ^ "Move (MOVE) Appoints Google's (GOOG) Jennifer Dulski to Board". StreetInsider.com. Retrieved 7 November 2013. 
  5. ^ "Serving On Boards and Risk Taking". Prendismo Collection. Prendismo, LLC. Retrieved 27 February 2013.