On the podcast: Possibilities and limitations of digital contact tracing

Matt Harris is the head of workplace technology at Envoy. An engineer at heart, he uses iteration and feedback to make Envoy’s workplaces work better for all employees, whether they’re on-site or remote. He brings a wide range of experience from software engineering, event production, and data systems to solve daily office challenges in creative ways. He’s always on the lookout for interesting new tech, excellent craft beer and excuses to move back to Paris, where he and his wife lived before making San Francisco home.

Alex Haefner
Head of Product at Envoy

Alex Haefner is the head of product at Envoy, where he leads the development of its workplace platform. Haefner previously served as a product leader at Yelp, where he led a team of 90 engineers on Yelp’s trust and safety and content teams, and at Apple, where he worked on Keynote.

Kaia Colban
Emerging Technology Analyst at PitchBook

Kaia Colban is an emerging technology analyst at PitchBook, where she contributes to the company’s emerging technology research covering the digital commerce and wellness tech markets. Prior to joining PitchBook, Colban was an associate at Boston Consulting Group and a financial analyst at Amazon and Citi.

Colban received a bachelor’s degree in psychology, applied economics and management from Cornell University. She’s based in PitchBook’s Seattle office.


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  2. ^ Envoy (pitchbook.com)
  3. ^ recent report (pitchbook.com)
  4. ^ Explore more of Season 2 (pitchbook.com)
  5. ^ Apple Podcasts (podcasts.apple.com)
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  7. ^ Google Podcasts (podcasts.google.com)
  8. ^ podcast@pitchbook.com (pitchbook.com)
  9. ^ Condeco (pitchbook.com)
  10. ^ CareValidate (pitchbook.com)
  11. ^ Hipla Technologies (pitchbook.com)

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