Current Employerpandd (predict and deliver)
Mani has helped multiple organizations scale their revenue generation, account management, and service delivery teams over the last 7 years. Focused primarily on high-growth technology companies, his experiences span the healthcare, financial services, real estate, and advertising industries.
He previously led all service delivery as well as business & sales operations at Hometeam, a home healthcare technology company. Prior to Hometeam, Mani led sales operations & strategy at Axial, a private online network for buyers and sellers of private companies. Before entering the startup world, he worked as a consultant for Accenture.
Mani graduated with a Bachelor of Engineering from McGill University and holds a Master of Engineering Management from Dartmouth College, a collaborative program taught by faculty from the Thayer School of Engineering and the Tuck School of Business.
Previous Work Experience
MEM Internship Company NameAppNexus
MEM Internship Title
Product Commercialization Intern
Why did you choose the Dartmouth MEM?
The tight-knit Dartmouth alumni network was the key to my decision as other McGill grads/international friends of mine that ended up at Stanford, Columbia, etc. for similar Masters programs were left without internships/jobs months after graduation.
What was the most valuable part of your MEM internship experience?
Helping a tech company experiencing hypergrowth scale its product mangement team by improving transparency and identifying opportunities for growth/optimization.
How did the Dartmouth MEM prepare you for your career?
The MEM honed the hard technical skills required to do a broad set of jobs (data analysis, risk analysis, resource optimization, project management techniques, etc.) while preparing us for the higher-level conversations that ultimately helped accelerate my career growth (speaking to execs as peers re: strategy, organizational design, resource management, industry trends, etc.)
What is your favorite Dartmouth MEM memory?
Class trips (Moosilauke, Class of '66 lodge, etc.) were a lot of fun and really brought the whole MEM class together… intramural sports like soccer and flag football against other members of the Dartmouth community made us more of a cohesive group while having fun.
How would you summarize your Dartmouth MEM experience?