Cofounder and COO
Corey’s worked on Squidoo with Seth since day one. He’s been leading large web projects and teams since 1995 and before that, he worked in design and marketing. He’s the founder of No Treble, the leading online magazine for bass players and his unofficial title is “instigator”.
Cofounder and Chief Engineer
Also known as giltotherescue (GTR!), Gil’s career and passion is making technology run smoothly. Gil specializes in analytics, performance, server administration, SEO, and fraud and spam fighting.
Designer and Front End Developer
Joshua Brown has been a designer and front end developer for Squidoo since 2008. He has a passion for semantic markup, responsive design, Sass, and jQuery. He also enjoys pushing pixels in Photoshop and the occasional vector in Illustrator. In an earlier life, Joshua was a professional bass trombonist. As a result, he has designed and built many music-related sites. Joshua’s most important job is walking Noah to school every morning.
Tisha is on the front line of processing and assigning Squidoo bug tickets to the team, and has been a lensmaster favorite in her quest to see all bugs squashed. How one person can so successfully manage tickets from tens of thousands of people is still a mystery to the Squidoo team. Tisha enjoys Texas, the Dallas Cowboys and working with preschoolers.
Crusher of Spam
Kevin works for Squidoo as an anti-spam activist. He’s kind of like a superhero: If you’re doing good stuff here, you’ll probably never spot him. If you play dirty, you’ll find out why he’s known as Mr. Crush It. Kevin is also Managing Editor of NoTreble, the leading online magazine for bass players.
Content Quality Manager
Tom joined Squidoo in the summer of 2011 to help with a very real need within the community: To help our lensmasters better understand content policy, tricky attribution or copyright issues, SquidDon’t guidelines and more. He’s also the moderator of the Squidoo HQ Forums. Previously Tom worked at Artify It, CrowdFlower and Serious Business.
Joey loves great tools of all kinds. He loves to take complicated problems and solve them with simple solutions. Coincidentally, that is something that he gets to do every day when he’s coding at Squidoo. When he’s not doing that, you’ll probably find him enjoying time spent with his family, the great outdoors, and tinkering with new discoveries around the web.
Food & Crafts Editor
Stephanie Mangino was the Editor for Food and Crafts on Squidoo. She’s also a wife, mom, avid reader, passionate cook, Southerner by birth and nature, former print & radio reporter/editor, lover of all things pop culture, and a blogger her ownself at NostalgiaMom.
Experience Designer/Product Owner
Lizham works closely with the design/dev team to improve usability and bring new features to life. She’s interested in everything UX and loves learning about newfangled web concepts. While her main focus is on design she also spends some of her time mingling with our friendly ad partners.
Paula Le Duigou
Community/Creative Content Manager
Paula joined Squidoo in the Fall of 2012. Since her start, she’s expanded her knowledge into the realm of social media and community development. Sharing content from Squidoo and other sources, she curates our food and garden social sites with the intention to share the fabulous work that our lensmasters do with the world, and to bring more super writers into the fold. She also assists the Team with project management via hangouts and weekly reporting.
New Lensmaster Organizer
Susan is a veteran lensmaster who, for the last couple of years, has had an absolute blast working with and encouraging new lensmasters on Squidoo through the RocketSquids program. She’ll be moving with many of those same writers to new quarters on HubPages and looks forward to expanding her portfolio there. And maybe, just maybe, she’ll finally put together the book that’s been taking shape in her head for years. Stay tuned…