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WinterWyman Executive Search Places Senior Director of Analytics for Etsy

Jeff Amlin to manage Etsy's data analytics team, platform and services.

New York, NY (PRWEB) June 20, 2016

WinterWyman Executive Search, a long-standing authority on executive hiring and retained search, announced today that they have placed Jeff Amlin as Etsy's Senior Director of Analytics. WinterWyman Executive Search's Senior Vice President and Partner Mike Fitzgerald led the search along with Lead Associate Mike Greene and were supported by Senior Associate Jemma Colletta and Associate Reed Hallowell. Researchers Wrenford Thaffe and Jessica Joy also supported the search.

In his role, Amlin will manage Etsy's data analytics team, platform and services. Most recently, Amlin held the Data Science Manager position at Facebook after working for the social network as a Monetization Associate. Previously, he was the Transition Specialist for Obama for America where he had previously served as the campaign’s Budget Manager. Prior, he was a Business Analyst for McKinsey & Company. Amlin has Master's and Bachelor's degrees from Harvard University.

Etsy was founded in 2005 and is headquartered in Brooklyn, New York. They are a marketplace where millions of people around the world connect, both online and offline, to make, sell and buy unique goods. The Etsy ecosystem includes creative entrepreneurs who sell on their platform, thoughtful consumers looking to buy unique goods in their marketplace, responsible manufacturers who help Etsy sellers grow their businesses and Etsy employees who maintain their platform and nurture their community. Their mission is to reimagine commerce in ways that build a more fulfilling and lasting world.


WinterWyman Executive Search is a leading boutique retained search firm and authority on executive hiring for venture-backed, growth stage and large public companies. Learn more at

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