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VP of Engineering
Years of Experience
3 to 5
Hourly Rate
Fractional (hourly)
Missions of Interest
Social Justice & Inequity
Affected by Layoffs
Affected by Layoffs
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VP of Engineering
Jill Wetzler is a technology leader, advisor, and coach who has led engineering teams at companies like salesforce.com, Twitter, and Lyft. She was most recently the VP of Engineering at Pilot, the largest provider of bookkeeping, tax preparation, and CFO services for startups and small businesses in the US. She is experienced in scaling organizations and their technology stacks through periods of high growth, and she’s passionate about building equitable people-related programs with her HR partners. Jill has comprehensive experience building out structured recruiting processes for individual contributor and management roles, designing and administering company-wide 360 feedback programs, creating self-sustaining group coaching programs for managers, developing career ladders, leading organizational and headcount planning, organizing strategic offsites, and more. Her approach when working with Engineering organizations is to build sustainable programs that can be adapted across all areas of the business. Jill received a certificate in Brain-Based Coaching from the NeuroLeadership Institute and loves coaching leaders at all levels, from line managers to execs. She is an advisor for Diversity Advocates, a professional learning community sponsored by the Kapor Center for Social Impact in her own city of Oakland. Jill completed her BS in Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon in 2005.
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