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Russ Heddleston

Advisor San Francisco Bay Area, US

Co-founder and CEO, DocSend. Previously Product Manager, Facebook. Harvard Business School grad. Stanford grad.

Co-founder and CEO, DocSend. Previously Product Manager, Facebook. Harvard Business School grad. Stanford grad.

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Positions

Co-founder, CEO DocSend March 2013 - present
Mentor StartX. March 2012 - present
Product Manager Facebook July 2011 - December 2012
Co-founder Pursuit March 2010 - March 2011
PM Intern Dropbox May 2010 - August 2010
Director of Engineering Greystripe January 2007 - August 2009
Mayfield Fellow, Marketing and Strategy Meru Networks July 2006 - October 2006
Software Engineer Intern Trulia January 2006 - July 2006
Program Manager Intern Microsoft July 2005 - October 2005
Robotics Research Stanford University July 2004 - January 2005

Education

Harvard Business School 2009 - 2011
Stanford University Computer Science 2005 - 2006

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  • • Sales
  • • Marketing
  • • Enterprise software
  • • B2B sales
Markets of Interest
  • • Enterprise Software
  • • Data & Analytics
  • • Productivity Tools

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Dave Koslow
They're my current cofounder  •  Co-founder, Chief Product Officer, DocSend. Previously Co-founder, so many electrons. Stanford grad. Stanford grad.
Russ comes from a very diverse background that allows him to view challenges from multiple angles. Great example: within a year my joining G ... reystripe he made a leap very few make - he moved from working in business development to being our Director of Engineering. This would sound crazy except he had a BS and MS in CS from Stanford at the time and would go on to get his MBA from HBS. The guy gets and engineering and he gets business. On top of that he's a social wizard. I'm pretty sure he knows at least a few people at just about every company in Silicon Valley (VCs included).