February 25, 2008

Vol. 23 , No. 07   


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Inside the Black Box: Technological Innovation at Google
JONATHAN ROSENBERG ’83
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2008
LUNCH 11:30 a.m. LECTURE 12:00 p.m.

The Athenaeum is proud to welcome Jonathan Rosenberg ’83 back to campus as part of our continuing series showcasing the successful careers of Claremont McKenna alumni. Mr. Rosenberg is the Senior Vice President of Product Management and Marketing at Google, where he oversees the design, creation, and improvement of the internet giant’s product line, ranging from consumer products to business and publishing services. He directs the teams with a special focus on delivering exceptional user experiences, continuous innovation, and highly relevant, accountable , and untraditional marketing.

Before he joined Google in 2002, Rosenberg was a member of an extensive array of innovative Internet product development teams. He served first as director of product marketing for Knight-Ridder Information Services, where he helped deploy one of the first online relevance-ranking engines. Later, he moved to Apple, where he managed the eWorld Internet product line, and then became one of the founding members of the @Home product group, later becoming senior vice president of online products and services for Excite@Home.

Rosenberg graduated Phi Beta Kappa from CMC in 1983, obtaining a degree with honors in economics, before receiving his MBA from the University of Chicago. We are extremely pleased to welcome him back to Claremont for his discussion of technological innovation at Google’s.