Product Hunt Daily Digest
February 11th, 2021

Product Hunt's new GM
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Today we are welcoming the latest member of the Product Hunt team: Ashley Higgins. Ashley is joining to lead the product vision and company-wide execution as we bring Product Hunt into its next chapter. 💯

Ashley is a talented product leader who has spent a decade building consumer products at scale at companies like Reddit, Clearbit, and SEGA. She was the first mobile PM at Reddit, responsible for shipping their iOS and Android apps (on Product Hunt!). She then went on to found their search & discovery team to help users navigate the vast swathes of Reddit. We know her skills in growing community-led products will be instrumental in evolving Product Hunt over the coming years.

Ashley has been quietly working with the team for the last few months on some exciting new initiatives (more to share soon!). This is going to be a big year for the Product Hunt community. We have a lot of work to do, and that means we are set to double our team this year. Please take a look at our current open roles and apply if you're interested in being part of our growing team.

Please join us in welcoming Ashley to the team! 🚀🌕😸
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- Lucy Guo

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