Brad Hoover

CEO, Grammarly

As CEO of Grammarly, Brad focuses on product strategy, team building, business development and business operations. Previously, Brad was an investor at venture capital firm General Catalyst, where he worked with high-growth consumer internet, SaaS and mobile companies as a board member, adviser, recruiter, business development resource, and adjunct team member. He was also a consultant with McKinsey & Company and with Arthur Andersen. Brad earned a Bachelor of Science in Operations Research and Industrial Engineering from Cornell University.

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Alex Shevchenko

Co-Founder & Head of Product, Grammarly

As Co-Founder and Head of Product, Alex oversees product development for Grammarly — ensuring that every aspect of Grammarly’s product gets the attention it deserves. Prior to Grammarly, Alex co-founded MyDropBox, which was acquired by Blackboard Inc. Alex received an M.B.A. from University of Toronto Rotman School of Management, and a Bachelor of Arts from International University in Vienna, Austria.

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Max Lytvyn

Co-Founder & Head of Product Strategy, Grammarly

As Co-Founder and Head of Product Strategy for Grammarly, Max drives the future direction and technical integration of Grammarly’s product portfolio. Prior to Grammarly, Max co-founded MyDropBox and then served as the director of product strategy at Blackboard following its acquisition of MyDropBox. Max holds an M.B.A. from Vanderbilt University’s Owen Graduate School of Management and received a Bachelor of Business Administration in Management Information Systems from International Christian University in Kiev, Ukraine.

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