Chip spent 20 years of his career in some of the world’s most innovative companies, such as IBM and UPS. He received a degree in economics from the University of Pennsylvania—and an MBA from Emory University’s Goizueta Business School. Chip started out as an IBM management consultant, worked at several leading digital agencies before eventually arriving at Hearst Autos.
Every day is a new adventure for Clip. He may jump on a plane to meet up with a leading automotive manufacturer in another part of the country or brainstorm new ideas to prototype with his Product Team. At Hearst Autos, Chip has the autonomy to move new products into the hands of the company's customers.
“I think we at Hearst Autos have a unique opportunity to change the way people think about transportation—how they go about figuring out the right vehicle that meets their needs.”
“We strongly value patience in candidates. You have to be flexible and mindful in understanding differing points of view. Sometimes, it’s a matter of giving the benefit of the doubt—what you believe may be the best path may not necessarily be the right course of action right now.”