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The Faces of Revinate – Chris Fox

Last Updated: October 21, 2022|Categories: Blog|Tags: , |1.7 min read|

We think we’re pretty lucky to have so many talented and diverse colleagues here at Revinate. In the weeks to come, we’ll continue to share a little bit about each person so that you can see the “faces of Revinate.”

In a nutshell what do you do at Revinate?
I’m the director of product development, and at Revinate that means I wear a lot of hats! I do feature and road map planning, feature specification and design, and even design of our new website (coming soon)!

What do you like most about Revinate? I love the team our founders have put together, I really believe in the business and our ability to execute, and love that belly laughs, smiles and high-fives are pretty much constant around here. We’re getting it done and having fun doing it!

How long have you been with the company? I’m just a newbie, I joined in April. I’m definitely excited to be here.

What were you doing before joining Revinate? I was building and running the user experience team at a language learning startup, and before that running product development and design at video chat startup.

What’s your favorite hotel that you’ve stayed at? Omni in San Franciso. Service is impeccable, and it’s a great value. Old school, but they do it right, every time.

What is the number one city on your list that you want to travel to? I’d have to say, it wouldn’t be a city, it would be a beach in Costa Rica with my wife, kids and friends. Does Tamarindo count as a city?

What kind of things/activities do you like to do outside of work? When time allows I love cycling with some of the Revinate crew up the Marin headlands before work. Other than that I’m an avid acoustic guitar player and surfer. My favorite thing is the beach in Santa Cruz with my wife and daughters.

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