Jennifer Dulski is president and COO of Change.org, and an Executive-in-Residence at Rethink Impact. Jennifer leads Change.org in partnership with founder Ben Rattray, and directly manages product, engineering & design, sales & marketing, customer support, & all operational functions (HR, finance, legal and ops). An accomplished leader and entrepreneur, with more than 17 years of experience in both successful startups and big-brand internet companies, Jennifer was an early Yahoo! employee, holding a number of roles over her 9-year tenure there. She served in the #2 marketing role, leading marketing teams across two thirds of the company’s businesses, and managing everything from brand campaigns on TV and radio, to online performance marketing, to brand positioning and market research. She then became Group VP and General Manager of Local & Commerce, a 600-person, $500M+ portfolio of businesses including Yahoo! Shopping, Travel, Local, Maps, Autos and Real Estate. Under her leadership, each of those businesses rose to become #1 or #2 in its category.
In 2007, Jennifer left Yahoo! to become co-founder and CEO of The Dealmap, a mobile, location-based deals company that Google acquired in 2011, making Jennifer the first female entrepreneur to sell a company to Google. She stayed at Google for nearly 2 years as a senior executive leading the global, multi-billion dollar business for Google Shopping & Product Listing Ads before coming to Change.org. Jennifer also led Google’s acquisition and integration of Channel Intelligence.
A thought leader in Silicon Valley, Jennifer is featured regularly in the media including CNN, The New York Times, Forbes, Businessweek, and The Wall St. Journal and writes frequently about leadership, management, and entrepreneurship for LinkedIn Influencers, Fortune, Huffington Post, and other outlets. She served on the board of Move, Inc. (NASDAQ:MOVE) for two years, on the nominating and governance committee, until its acquisition by News Corp in November of 2014. She also currently serves on the board of Little Passports and She++.