45 min

Whitney Curry: Taking Initiative and Driving Opportunities for Yourself The BreakLine Arena

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Join us in the BreakLine Arena for a conversation with Whitney Curry, CMO at Pacaso.
She shares tips on how to take initiative to drive opportunities for yourself, how to find and maintain mentors, and how she balances family and work-life demands. In an authentic display of humility and grit, Whitney shares her story from starting off as Zillow's very first intern to earning the Director, Brand Management title during an 11-year journey there. She also sheds light on her transition to CMO at Pacaso, a pivot she felt confident in pursuing because of her firm belief in asking for help.
"When I was looking at this role at Pacaso, I didn't know if I could do it. I had to sit with the opportunity and wonder if I wanted to go for it... and I'm proud of myself for saying yes. I recognized that what I needed was help. I needed to build a team so that our skills were complementary. And it has been so rewarding to see what a dynamic and diverse set of people can accomplish."
Please like, rate, subscribe, or review our show if you've liked what you've heard! We'd love to hear your thoughts. If you're interested in joining our community, please visit www.breakline.org.

Join us in the BreakLine Arena for a conversation with Whitney Curry, CMO at Pacaso.
She shares tips on how to take initiative to drive opportunities for yourself, how to find and maintain mentors, and how she balances family and work-life demands. In an authentic display of humility and grit, Whitney shares her story from starting off as Zillow's very first intern to earning the Director, Brand Management title during an 11-year journey there. She also sheds light on her transition to CMO at Pacaso, a pivot she felt confident in pursuing because of her firm belief in asking for help.
"When I was looking at this role at Pacaso, I didn't know if I could do it. I had to sit with the opportunity and wonder if I wanted to go for it... and I'm proud of myself for saying yes. I recognized that what I needed was help. I needed to build a team so that our skills were complementary. And it has been so rewarding to see what a dynamic and diverse set of people can accomplish."
Please like, rate, subscribe, or review our show if you've liked what you've heard! We'd love to hear your thoughts. If you're interested in joining our community, please visit www.breakline.org.

45 min