Renee Berry is currently advising startups on strategy and operations. Formerly, the Manager of Brand Strategy at Kenandy, a B2B SAAS startup backed by KPCB, Salesforce and Lightspeed Ventures, she directed all elements of the company’s brand development including website design and engagement, product marketing campaigns, public relations, social media audience development and search engine optimization. She also spearheaded the startup’s most recent brand transformation.
Her presentations on digital media include engagements at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business, the Mountain View Chamber of Commerce, Harvard Medical School, UCSF, Rock Health, and Plug and Play Ventures.
With experience training hundreds of people on digital media communications, Renee is passionate about empowering people to build a voice online whether they are an entrepreneur, an executive, marketing team members that are looking to establish their brand’s online presence, or an individual looking to expand their career options.
Before moving into the technology sector, Renee worked in healthcare as one of the first team members for a service excellence program in Stanford Hospital’s Emergency Department. She later worked as a lead for Stanford’s Aging Adult Services’ Philips Lifeline program where she managed operations and advocated for older adults to live independently at home with the support of wearable technology.
Renee is widely known online for her leadership and expertise in the field of hospice and palliative care. In 2010 she co-founded the #hpm tweetchat, a online public discussion of important issues in the field which, still active today, has garnered thousands of participants and generated over 500 million impressions online.
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