Adrian is a pioneer in liabilities management. He founded Credit Sesame after the last financial crisis to help consumers improve their financial health by giving them free access to their credit score for the first time ever. Prior to Credit Sesame, he was founder & CEO of Financial Crossing & Financial Circuit, developing liability solutions for banks.
Stanford Graduate School of Business
MBA (Sloan Fellow)
San Francisco State University
Pablo leads the journey for our most important stakeholders: our customers and our people. Pablo is passionate about growing our people, customers, teams and businesses with courage, authenticity, and a growth mindset. He brings 20+ years of experience in general management and people operations in large scale companies like Cargill Inc., Gap Inc., and ServiceNow.
St. Mary’s University of Minnesota
Master’s in Human and Organizational Development
Universidad de Buenos Aires
Master’s in Business Administration
Pejman is a Silicon Valley technology veteran with 20+ years of experience in managing engineering and data science at scale. Prior to Credit Sesame, Pejman was VP of Solutions for Savvion, CTO for FinancialCrossing, and COO at The Enterprise Network.
BS/MS, Computer Science
Jay is a strong advocate for financial education and solutions that will close the current credit chasm. He is a customer-obsessed, data-driven leader with 12+ years of experience in technology and financial services. He has held leadership roles at Digitas, SigFig, CircleUp, and Education.com.
Miro Pavletic brings 20+ years of digital payments & banking innovation experience. He is the Co-Founder/CEO of STACK and held leadership roles at Virgin Mobile Canada, C-Sam, President’s Choice Financial, and Canadian Tire Financial Services. Miro also ran the Foreign Exchange and international remittance program for CIBC Capital Markets.
York University-Schulich School of Business
Master’s in Project Management
For 10+ years, Shazia has been a growth expert for both technology and financial service companies. She built her expertise in business development, marketing, and data analytics at top Silicon Valley fintech companies, including Mint.com and a leading wealth management firm.
Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley
MBA, Business Administration
Paul is a strategic leader and Certified Public Accountant with expertise in finance, accounting, operations, and resource management. Paul has an extensive background scaling various size companies. Prior to Credit Sesame, he focused in the technology and consumer markets at KPMG, followed by key executive roles at rapid growth companies.
Loyola Marymount University
With 20+ years of experience in fintech, identity protection, and product innovation, James brings his digital product expertise to implement Credit Sesame’s vision. As our leader of product, customer experience, and design, James combines his learnings from startups and multinational companies such as Wells Fargo, Equifax, and Duff & Phelps.
BSc, Business Administration
Heather is an integrated marketing executive with more than 20 years of direct-to-consumer marketing experience in financial services and international growth. With a focus on data and uniting consumer acquisition and brand leadership to drive success, Heather has led marketing teams at TransUnion, Edelman Financial Services, and Virgin Mobile.
Chicago’s Roosevelt University
MA, Integrated Marketing Communications
University of Missouri-Columbia
Shadi leads the Credit Sesame legal team. She has extensive experience as an attorney for Silicon Valley tech companies, and her areas of expertise are in transactions and consumer protection. Prior to Credit Sesame, Shadi worked as an attorney at Google and was a Bridge Fellow for the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office.
Golden Gate University, School of Law
University of California, Santa Cruz
Kenneth is a financial expert and the Adams Distinguished Professor at the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University. He has published widely on credit risk, dynamic asset pricing, and financial risks and their impacts on economic decision-making.
University of Wisconsin-Madison