Inc. Magazine 30 Under 30 and Envested founding CEO Isa Watson shares key concepts that allowed her to create an intuitive platform that’s actually social. Drawing on her breadth of product management experience—from Wall Street to startup—she shares a framework for building products people love in any industry.

About the speaker
Isa Watson Envested, Chief Executive Officer Member

Isa Watson is the Founder and CEO of Envested, a data-driven enterprise software company that is revolutionizing workplace engagement and was named to the 2017 Inc Magazine 30 under 30 list. Before founding Envested, Isa was a VP of Digital Strategy at JPMorgan Chase in New York & Hong Kong. She earned an MBA from MIT, an MS from Cornell University and a BS from Hampton University. She is the youngest-serving member of the MIT Sloan Executive Alumni Board.

About the host
Andrea Chesleigh Boxed, VP of Product and Engineering

Andrea is the VP of Product and Engineering at One Kings Lane, a digital-first resource for making your home an expression of your personal style. She has spent over fifteen years in Product and Tech, and has led teams at startups and Fortune 500 companies, including Rent the Runway, Zappos, Time Warner, and Verizon. Andrea is passionate about solving hard (seemingly impossible) challenges, developing simple yet delightful products, building teams of entrepreneurial critical thinkers, and creating strategic outcomes with impact. She is a hands-on leader with a player/coach style, diving into the details with her team to partner, advise, and guide them to success.

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