Meet Our Fellows: Sergey Krasovski T’22September 8th, 2022
What is your hometown or home base?
What did you do prior to Tuck?
Product Marketing at Trimble Inc.
What are your post-Tuck plans?
Senior Product Manager – Technical Products at Amazon Inc.
What made you want to be part of the CDS fellows program? What is the best part about being involved with the center?
I wanted to be around like-minded people who are passionate about technology and how it transforms the way people live and enables businesses to thrive.
Soaking brains of CDS alums who drive product innovation and strategy in a myriad of companies spanning traditional and emerging industries around the world.
What other activities are/were you involved in at Tuck?
Tech Club co-chair, Soccer Club, Ski Club, Tennis Club, Glen Tuck, CDS in Puerto Rico, #DartmouthStudents4Ukraine co-founder.
What has been the biggest growth moment at Tuck, where you stepped out of your comfort zone? What did you learn from that experience?
Fall A (now summer term) was by far the busiest time at Tuck for me. Most of us had to drink from a fire hose and navigate the most intense academic term at Tuck, dive into recruiting, socialize despite all the limitations imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic, and be present at home. The biggest learning was prioritizing relentlessly and identifying what matters the most and learning to say NO.
What CDS learning opportunities or experiences have you learned the most from across your time at Tuck?
I found the group discussions very informative because we could learn from one another and appreciate the diverse perspectives.
What class at Tuck pushed your thinking the most?
Ecosystem Strategy by Ron Adner. Read his books, “The Wide Lens” and “Winning The Right Game!”
What books are you reading, podcasts are you listening to, or shows are you watching?
Stratechery.com, a16z.com, techcrunch.com, Morning Brew, NYT Deal Book, WSJ CMO Today, WSJ Tech News Briefing, Revisionist History podcast by Malcolm Gladwell.
What do you like to do in your free time?
Sports (soccer, tennis, hiking, skiing, jogging), travel, bbq.
What advice do you have for Tuck students interested in tech- and digitally-focused career pathways?
Read. Listen. Observe. Reflect. Repeat.