Mothers are a major growth engine in our economy and represent a significant
share of our nation's intellectual capital — yet 43% of skilled American women
leave the workplace after becoming mothers.
At The Mom Project, we're committed to helping women remain active in the workforce in every stage
in their journey and we're proud to work with employers who are committed to designing and
supporting a better workplace.
Chief Executive Officer
After having her son Asher in 2015, Allison identified how universally challenging it can be for American mothers to juggle the demands of motherhood with a full-time career and decided to tackle the issue on a national scale. Prior to founding The Mom Project, Allison spent 8 years at Procter and Gamble working on go to market strategies for leading household brands with a special focus on moms during her tenure on the Pampers brand. As CEO, Allison is responsible for delivering on the company's mission of building a better workplace for women while supporting our customers through innovative talent solutions that help them attract and retain the diversity of backgrounds and perspectives they need to propel their businesses forward.
Chief Financial and Operating Officer
Greg is the COO/CFO of The Mom Project. In this role, Greg focuses on scaling The Mom Project Marketplace, Finance and Legal capabilities. Before co-founding The Mom Project, Greg spent 5 years in Private Equity Operations for L-Catterton, the largest consumer focused private equity fund in the world, where he was COO/CFO of their portfolio company, PatientPoint. Before L-Catterton, Greg was with Alvarez & Marsal focusing on turnarounds and consolidations in Europe; as well as Manager of FP&A for start-up first-class only, Eos Airlines. Having come from a family with four sisters and strong female role models, Greg believes that it is important that men, as well as women, play an active role in creating an inclusive, stronger, and more productive workplace.
VP of Client Partnerships
Christine leads The Mom Project's Client Partnership team. She has extensive experience as a consultative partner for clients, which includes creating successful workforce strategies and aligning solutions to improve female workforce participation. Christine is passionate about supporting clients as they work to achieve better parity within their organizations, as well as keeping talented, professionally relevant women in the workforce.
Principal Researcher and Data Scientist
Pam holds a PhD in sociology/social psychology and M.A.'s in sociology and in education from the University of Michigan, and a B.A. in sociology from the University of Texas at Austin. Pam is responsible for optimizing The Mom Project's proprietary match intelligence to optimally match talent with opportunities. Pam also leads The Mom Project’s research efforts resulting in breakthrough findings for mainstream and corporate audiences regarding conditions critical to attracting and retaining diverse talent.
Head of Community and Marketing
Colleen spent 9 years at Yelp where she most recently served as the VP of International Community & Marketing, overseeing a multi-cultural team dedicated to delightful user experience and market expansion across 27 countries. She's advised startup clients in the art of user communication and acquisition, community building and infrastructure as well as international expansion of user communities and scaling internal culture. She brings deep executive-level experience in M&A, integration and growth of user communities, and is driven by products and solutions that bridge the gap between online and offline experiences for the greater good.
Head of Product and Engineering
Matt leads our product and engineering teams, focusing on the scaling of the marketplace, data driven talent curation, and HR ecosystem integrations. Prior to The Mom Project, Matt was the Director of Engineering at Expensify.com and worked as a consultant for early stage start-ups focusing on pro-employee and D&I processes. Matt's experience in technology and product focuses on scalable infrastructure, implementation with nimble teams, bottom-up market adoption supporting a wide range of customer sizes, and intuitive user experiences.