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Women in Leadership

Yelena Dolgoplosk

Yelena Dolgoplosk, VP of Data

Get to know our VP of Data,
Yelena Dolgoplosk

Yelena grew up in one of the most beautiful cities, St. Petersburg, Russia, and received her MS in Economics there. A few years after moving to the United States she decided to go back to school and earned an MBA from Babson College. After what seemed like an incredibly long employment in Aviation Security industry Yelena switched to a different field and joined mobile advertising startup Quattro Wireless. The company was acquired by Apple where she continued to handle performance campaigns and ad network analytics. At Botanic Blog, Yelena is in charge of advertising operations and revenue optimization as well as data analysis and various A/B testing initiatives.

Meridith Burrows

Meridith Burrows, VP of Human Resources

Get to know our VP of Human Resources, Meridith Burrows

Meridith's favorite part of all of her previous jobs has always been helping her coworkers figure out their career paths. Finally, she decided to turn that passion for people into her own career in HR. She loves the unique challenge of running HR and perfecting Botanic Blog culture in a completely virtual workplace. Meridith loves the work she does and feels lucky to be responsible for making sure everyone at our company loves their job too! Meridith holds a business degree from Tulane University and law degree from Loyola University Chicago School of Law. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her amazing husband and two wonderful daughters, preferably somewhere outdoors in nature.

Sarah Martin

Sarah Martin, CFO

Get to know our CFO,
Sarah Martin

Sarah Martin | CFO: After graduating in accounting from Emory University in Atlanta Georgia and receiving her CPA license, Sarah worked at Ernst and Young where she had the pleasure of learning and helping small Angel and VC backed companies grow and prosper all the way to several IPO's. She then took to her own entrepreneurial heart and became the CFO of a small diagnostic healthcare laboratory where she provided strategic financial leadership helping the company to quadruple revenue, increase profitability and complete several acquisitions resulting in a significant increase in shareholder value and successful sale transaction. Ultimately, the entrepreneur in Sarah was drawn to Botanic Blog, where she oversees all financial aspects of the company.

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