Jeff joined Stitch Fix in 2012 when you could count employees on one hand. At the time he was the only person who was over 30, had done their job before, or had leadership experience. There was no product development staff and almost zero technical product. He led product, design, and engineering for the next four years, building large-scale, custom platforms for warehouse operations, shipping logistics, apparel merchandising, a remote styling workforce, consumer web/mobile, and more. When he left in 2016, the company had 4000 employees, was doing $1B in run-rate, had been profitable for 2.5 years, and would go public the following year.