What have you learned from your customers lately? Our live-streamed series continues by exploring CX, UX, and the power of research & insights at scale with Leisa Reichelt, Head of Research and Insights, Atlassian, Christian Stovall Director of Customer and User Experience Research, and Insights ALSAC/St Jude Children's Research Hospital.
Tuesday, April 20th, 2021
3:00 pm PST
Atlassian LinkedIn event page
Can't make the live stream? No worries! We'll share the recording and key take-aways right here in the Community, and on-demand videos will remain in the feed on LinkedIn, Twitter and will be available on YouTube.
Meet Leisa Reichelt: Leisa leads the research and insights team at Atlassian, where they are interested in unleashing the potential of every team. You may know us from products including Jira, Confluence, and Trello. Before Atlassian, Leisa spent some time working with Government Digital Services, both in Australia and the UK. In both cases, building research capabilities within government digital teams helped to create easier and more accessible public services. And before that, she was consulting with a mix of London tech start-ups and household name brands, including The Economist, the BBC, Virgin Atlantic, and more.
Meet Christian Stovall: Christian is a user experience professional with a 20+ year background in product research and design. He is currently the Director of Customer and User Experience Research at ALSAC/St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Before joining ALSAC/St. Jude, Christian was the Director of UX at Atticmedia, an award-winning digital design agency based in London. He was also a co-founder and Director of UX for Monetaire, a New York-based enterprise financial planning and advice software company acquired by RiskMetrics Group.
Meet Kelly Drozd (that’s me!): I am an agile enthusiast and Product Marketer at Atlassian. I am passionate about continuous improvement and helping teams work better together. Before starting at Atlassian, I was responsible for leading agile adoption and transformation efforts across Marketing teams at the world's largest children's healthcare charity.