I’ll never forget the day HubSpot became a public company. Not only had we made it from a small office in Cambridge to the New York Stock Exchange, but I was six-months pregnant at the time of our IPO. Through a professional and personal lens, the day was surreal to say the least, especially since my journey from interning to bell-ringing was full of zigs and zags.
I joined HubSpot as an intern seven years ago. I was unsure what I wanted to do after business school, unsure what a career could like for women in tech. So, if you had told me I would one day ... Read More