Lover of parfaits and a cappella enthusiast 🎵 After graduating in graphic design, Sarah worked at Facebook. She designed on Messenger with the best of the best.
She started Canny back in design school. The original designs are horrendous.
Software engineer by day ☀️ gamer and dog daddy by night 🌙 Andrew also worked at Facebook, where he was one of the first engineers to work on the popular open source project, React Native.
If you ever run into a bug while using Canny, it's his fault and he's very sorry.
Avid experience collector and nutrition nut 🥜 Before joining Canny, Dan was at Tesla working on firmware, diagnostics, and making lots of Model 3s.
If you ever run into a bug while using Canny, it's Andrew's fault and Dan's very sorry.
Typer of words with a spreadsheet fetish. Enjoys drinking disgusting amounts of coffee ☕️ and being a scepticist. A seasoned marketing advisor for over 30 startups.
Has a completely irrational fear of balloons. Hates most birthday parties as a result.
Marketing person, baker of sweets 🍩, corgi enthusiast. Bri has spent the majority of her career doing content marketing for SaaS companies, notably Palo Alto Software.
She is staunchly pro Oxford comma.
Aspiring pinball wizard and master of pool 🎱 Enjoys sunsets and long walks on the beach hiking trails. Jake has worked for a few companies, but none as cool as Canny.
Jake also writes bugs. Not too many though—just enough.
Master Customer Whisperer, drummer, and amateur chef 👨🍳 Jacques has championed customers at Coinbase and Shopventory. He's always speaking up for his users! ✊
We're still not sure exactly how many languages he speaks or what his real accent sounds like.
Workaholic, lifter of heavier than normal objects 🏋 Pet dad and human dad. Ned is a 4x start up sales leader and has advised countless other early stage companies on go-to-market strategy.
If you ever run into a bug while using Canny, it's definitely not Ned's fault. But he's still very sorry!
Code enthusiast, guitar player, and film lover 📽 Ramiro has built software for companies of all sizes, but he’d rather help build Canny.
Ramiro spends more time debugging than coding but he introduces bugs anyway.