Member Since 2021
San Francisco Bay Area
Innovative product, business development, and strategic operations executive. Experienced in e-commerce, marketplaces, global expansion (APAC, EMEA, and LATAM), and leading innovation initiatives. Nathalie is currently the CEO of Expectful, the #1 Meditation and Sleep Platform for expecting and new parents. Her mission as the CEO of Expectful is to solve the wellbeing crisis facing the 21 million women in the U.S. who are new parents, pregnant, or aspiring to conceive. Nathalie has worked in Silicon Valley for the last decade, holding leadership roles at Google Shopping, Airbnb, and eBay. Key skills: Product development, strategic and analytical problem-solving, data analysis, cross-functional collaboration, stakeholder engagement, project management, team management, change management, business development, thought leadership
Inspiring employees to address current business challenges—transparently and collaboratively—enables the opportunity to find innovative solutions for business growth.
Before you invest a lot of resources in a rebranding initiative, make sure it's worth it for your business to do so.
Even if you're self-funded, you can still find meaningful and cost-effective ways to recognize and reward your team's hard work.
Seeking capital to fund growth can come with strings attached, so it's important to ask yourself and your investors the right questions.
Anticipating challenges rather than just reacting to them puts you a step ahead in overcoming them.
Expectful is a subscription platform that makes meditation easy for expectant and new moms. Our guided meditations are custom designed for users by a passionate team of the world's leading experts in prenatal care and meditation. Research suggests that improved pre and postnatal care can be the key to unlocking massive wins in social inequality and population health. One of great opportunities to do that is by enhancing mental and emotional well-being during pregnancy and early motherhood. It's our goal to make meditation during pregnancy and new motherhood as common as prenatal vitamins within the next 5 years.