Janet Kornblum has worked everywhere from CNET’s News.com back when it was a startup, to America’s largest newspaper, USA Today. Her work also has appeared in Salon, the Daily Dot, Reuters and a number of national magazines. She's interviewed criminals, CEOs and actors—who were sometimes the same person. Subjects include the late Apple CEO Steve Jobs, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and rockstar Melissa Etheridge.
She was on the launch teams for two successful startups and regularly writes columns, blogs, websites and white papers. She's known for her technological savvy, insightful profiles and tough line of questioning, a skill she honed in her gumshoe days working for private investigators. Contact Janet directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You know Trish McDermott as “Vice President of Romance,” at Match.com. That’s the title she used when she appeared on 60 Minutes, 48 Hours, Nightline, VH1, The Today Show, Lifetime Television, FOX, CNBC, MSNBC, CNN, NPR and BBC Radio. She’s also been featured in stories in just about every major publication you can think of, including Time, The Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, the London Financial Times and USA Today.
McDermott has trained executive teams around the world in media and crisis communications. She's known for honing in on your strengths (and weaknesses) and crafting perfect messaging points for every type of company and person.
Trish has worked at many early stage startups including Victoria’s Secret, Match.com and Engage.com. More recently she is the Co-Founder of the venture-backed baby gear rental marketplace BabyQuip. Throughout her career she has helped startups develop and tell their stories. Contact Trish at email@example.com.