Max Chanoch '09
Head of Product
Max Chanoch ’09 graduated in 2009 with a BS in International Business and a minor in Philosophy. Max held numerous Greek, community and business leadership positions at UConn and spent half of his senior year working at the Innovation Accelerator, a startup incubator for technology firms.After a summer in Maine as a white water raft guide Max interned with a technology entrepreneur in New York City, helping build software and write business plans/ market entry strategies.
In 2010 Max accepted a position at comScore as a Client Service Analyst, where he collaborated with telecommunication companies like T-Mobile and Sprint on mobile purchasing behaviors. In July 2011, Max transitioned to a full time product position at Worldnow. While at Worldnow Max helped develop, integrate and roll out enterprise solutions such as direct email, global analytics, Mobile responsive technologies and new video architecture. Max transitioned from local media to the brand side in January 2014 at Justin Alexander, Inc. where he helped standardize global and digital operations. Max also incorporated an electronic resource planning system for U.S., EU, and UK offices.
In January 2015 Max returned to full time product development at Kargo where he helps lead the company wide effort to move from a service to technology firm. In addition to developing platform and advertising solutions, Max is moving the engineering and product team from waterfall methodology to agile and scrum development.
“The School of Business Mentorship Program is one of the main reasons I am where I am today. I received tremendous mentorship from several alumni before and after graduating, which was crucial to my workforce integration and greater organizational contribution. I am still guided by the ultimate mentor, Joe Sticca (MBA ‘95) and I look forward to returning the favor for UConn students in years to come.”
– Max Chanoch ’09