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Jocelyn founded Him For Her, a social enterprise with an aim to change for-profit boards of directors to include the world’s most talented women. She has two decades of technology experience building iconic global mobile apps and market-leading software products at some of the world’s best local, consumer, and marketplace companies, including CitySearch, Ticketmaster, OpenTable and most recently, the Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Snagajob, a marketplace for hourly workers and employers. As COO, Jocelyn was responsible for the end-to-end product experience, including leading product development, marketing, engineering and design. Before taking the operational role at Snagajob, Jocelyn was head of product and design for OpenTable, where she spent 10 years growing consumer and restaurant products and teams. Prior to that, she held senior roles at TicketMaster, including living and working in London, managing website ticketing for the Athens 2004 Olympics. Jocelyn was honored as a member of the 2016 class of Henry Crown Fellows and the Aspen Global Leadership Network at the Aspen Institute, was one of Fast Company’s “100 Most Creative People in Business” in 2015, and was among Business Insider’s 2014 list of the “32 Most Powerful Women in Mobile Advertising." She is a frequent speaker on women in technology as well as organizational and team design. Jocelyn currently serves on the board of Papa John’s International, Inc. (NASDAQ: PZZA), the world’s third-largest pizza delivery company, and ChowNow, an online food ordering system and marketing platform. She’s an Advisor to Homebase, a platform to help local businesses manage hourly work, and a global ambassador for the Vital Voices Global Partnership, a program designed to provide mentorship opportunities for emerging women leaders. Jocelyn is originally from the South, grew up in Texas, and resides in Oakland with her husband and two children. She loves her work and advocates that work and family can actually work together. Jocelyn received her B.A. in English and Communications from Vanderbilt University.