Introduction

About the podcast:

In this interview, Katherine Kornas talks about Pandora’s commitment to both culture and innovation. She talks about the importance of using simplicity and inspiration to inspire growth. She also delves into how Pandora listens deeply to its consumers to understand their habits through qualitative and quantitative measurement techniques. By doing so, Pandora is committed to personalization of their products.

About the guest:

Katherine Kornas is the Head of Product Management, Web at Pandora. She has 9+ years experience in consumer product management. She formerly worked as Product lead at Autodesk where she was responsible for Autodesk’s web portfolio: Autodesk.com and 35+ international sites, the Autodesk eStore, Autodesk University and more. Prior to joining Autodesk she worked at Dictionary.com where she was the Product Lead for their Dynamo brand, an award-winning portfolio with desktop, mobile and subscription product offerings.

About the speaker
Katherine Kornas Betterment, VP of Growth Contributor

Katherine Kornas is VP of Product at Betterment, where she leads growth, mobile, and money movement product teams. Prior to joining Betterment, she was SVP, Product at Havenly, and held product leadership positions at Pandora and Autodesk. Katherine has also worked on product teams at Dictionary.com and GreatSchools. Katherine is a graduate of the University of Michigan and currently lives in New York City

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