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Meet the Team
That rare kind of c-suite executive:
​The one that sits next to you.
At Wayfair, there are no corner offices. In fact, there are no offices at all. We support an open, transparent workplace where leaders mentor the 2,300 bright talents that sit among them - and vice versa.
Executive Leadership
Niraj Shah
Chief Executive Officer, Co-Chairman and Co-Founder
Niraj Shah co-founded Wayfair with Steve Conine in 2002 and the pair rapidly grew the business to become the largest online retailer of home furnishings and home items in the U.S., surpassing $1.3 billion in annual sales in 2014. Before founding Wayfair, Niraj was CEO and co-founder of Simplify Mobile, an enterprise software company which was sold in 2001. Prior to that, he served as Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Greylock Partners, COO and a member of the Board of Directors at iXL, a publicly traded global technology consulting firm, and the CEO and co-founder of Spinners, which was sold to iXL in 1998.  Niraj holds a B.S. in engineering from Cornell University, and lives in Boston, Massachusetts with his wife and two children.
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Steve Conine
Co-Chairman and Co-Founder
Steve Conine co-founded Wayfair with Niraj Shah in 2002. He currently leads development of the architecting and software systems that give Wayfair a technological edge in the online retail business. Prior to that, Steve was a co-founder, board member and Chief Technology Officer of Simplify Mobile. Before starting Simplify Mobile, he served as Chief Operating Officer for the London office of iXL, a publicly traded global technology consulting firm. Steve also previously co-founded and served as a top executive of Spinners Incorporated, an IT services firm, which was sold to iXL in 1998. Steve holds a B.S. in engineering from Cornell University, and lives in Boston, Massachusetts with his wife and three children.
Favorite Wayfair Purchase:
Enrique Colbert
General Counsel 

Enrique Colbert serves as the  General Counsel of Wayfair.  Prior to working at Wayfair, Enrique was General Counsel of Aveksa, Inc., an enterprise software company in Waltham, MA that was acquired by EMC Corporation in 2013.  Before Aveksa , Enrique was General Counsel of Blue Cod Technologies, an IT and business process outsourcing and software company located in Marlborough, MA.  Enrique began his legal career at the law firm Goodwin Procter in Boston.  Enrique earned a B.A. from Dartmouth College and a J.D. from Boston College Law School. He lives in Jamaica Plain with his wife and three children. 

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Jeremy Delinsky
Chief Technology Officer

Jeremy drives software development, infrastructure and technology innovation for Wayfair.  Prior to joining Wayfair, Jeremy served for many years as Chief Technology Officer at athenahealth, where he was responsible for scaling the company's software development, user experience, product management, and technology infrastructure organizations, and most recently as Chief Product Officer.  As CPO, he was responsible for the commercialization of athenahealth's emerging products and Corporate Development.   During his time leading product development activities at athenahealth, the company was regularly recognized as one of the most innovative technology companies in the world.  He began his career in the strategy & operations practice at Deloitte Consulting.  Jeremy is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Wesleyan University and received his MBA from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. 

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Michael Fleisher
Chief Financial Officer
Michael Fleisher drives finance, mergers & acquisitions, and business strategy for Wayfair. Prior to joining Wayfair.com, Michael served as Warner Music Group's (WMG) Vice Chairman, Strategy and Operations, where he oversaw the company's global corporate strategy and operations. Before WMG, Michael served as Chairman and CEO of Gartner, Inc., the world's leading technology research group where he led the company's initial public offering and its move to the New York Stock Exchange. Michael's previous business experience includes roles at Bain Capital and Bain & Company. He holds a B.S. in economics from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. Michael splits his time between Wayfair's Boston and New York offices and resides in Brooklyn, New York with his family.   
Favorite Wayfair Purchase:
Nancy Go
Vice President of Brand Marketing
Nancy Go drives brand awareness and customer marketing for Wayfair. She oversees consumer research, television ad development, media buying, and strategic partnerships. Nancy joined Wayfair from Procter & Gamble where she spent six years working on new brand launches and marketing innovations for the company's Venus and Gillette brands. Prior to Proctor & Gamble, Nancy worked in management consulting at The Parthenon Group. Nancy holds a B.S. from Duke University and an M.B.A. from Stanford University. Nancy lives outside of Boston with her husband and two daughters. 
Favorite Wayfair Purchase:
Alex Goldman
Vice President of Site Merchandising 

Alex Goldman oversees global site merchandising and content creation for Wayfair, AllModern, and Wayfair Supply. In his role, Alex is directly responsible for site navigation, category structure & standards, visual merchandising and site functionality improvements.  Since joining Wayfair in 2010, Alex has held leadership roles within the Category Management and Operations functions of the business. Prior to his time at Wayfair, Alex spent nine years at Travelocity, a division of Sabre Holdings, in various roles in Finance and Category Management. He earned his B.A. from Brown University and an M.B.A from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern. Alex lives outside of Boston with his wife and two children. 

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Liz Graham
Vice President of Sales and Service
Liz Graham oversees customer service and sales for all of Wayfair's US and European brands.   Prior to joining Wayfair, Liz served as Vice President of IT Operations at HubSpot (HUBS), the world's leading inbound marketing and sales platform, where she created a cloud-based data warehouse to facilitate access to diverse data sets.  Liz also served as the Vice President of Operations with HubSpot, where she increased employee satisfaction and cultivated the unique company culture.  Before HubSpot, Liz held several senior level operations roles at Comcast Corporation, Northeast Division, including Vice President of Technical Operations and Vice President of Network Operations Centers.  Liz earned an A.B. from Harvard College, an M.St from Oxford University and a J.D. from Harvard Law School.  She lives outside of Boston with her husband and daughter.   
Favorite Wayfair Purchase:
Brad Johnson
Vice President of Partner Sales and Operations
Brad Johnson oversees the company's retail partner channel business, Canadian go-to-market strategy, and fulfillment services.  Previously, he founded and led operations for Intrepid Learning Solutions, the foremost provider of consulting, outsourcing and research training services.  Brad has more than 15 years of experience in starting-up companies and managing businesses at EMC, PepsiCo, Polaroid, and KPMG with seven years spent internationally. He is a strategy advisor to Sequoyah, a leading Danish company in the gems and precious metals market, and serves as an advisor to other start-up and early stage companies. Johnson holds an M.B.A. from the University of Virginia Darden School and is a CPA. Brad and his partner live in Boston and enjoy spending time in Maine.
Favorite Wayfair Purchase:
John S. Kim
Vice President of Pricing
John S. Kim leads pricing and profitability globally for Wayfair. Previously, he led the Clinton Foundation's Applied Analytics Team and managed the Ethiopia office for its health access initiative. He also directed e-commerce for Horizon Hobby and worked as a consultant at Bain & Company in its Private Equity Group and e-commerce practice. John holds an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School and graduated summa cum laude  from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with a  B.S. in Finance. He and his wife are the proud parents of three young kids and live in Wellesley, Massachusetts. 
Favorite Wayfair Purchase:
Greg Konicki
Vice President of Warehouse Operations
Greg Konicki oversees Warehouse Operations for all of Wayfair's US brands. He leads the design and implementation of distribution centers in both Kentucky and Utah along with multiple expansions in both locations. After 23 years with UPS, Greg came aboard in 2010 as Director to create a US fulfillment strategy to reduce the order fulfillment cycle time and prepare Wayfair for significant growth in the warehousing and distribution arena. Greg attended The Ohio State University and holds a degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering.  
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Ed Macri
Chief Product & Marketing Officer 
Ed Macri joined Wayfair in 2007 to launch its Business Intelligence group and today leads global Product Management, Marketing, and Analytics. Prior to Wayfair, Ed held marketing positions at IBM-Emptoris, an enterprise supply chain software provider, and Digitas, where he advised major brands including AT&T and Bayer. He started his career in software development and product management at Bain & Company. Ed holds a B.A. from Dartmouth College and an M.B.A. from MIT Sloan School of Management.​
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Nicholas Malone
Chief Administrative Officer
Nicholas Malone oversees the finance, legal, human resources and real estate functions of the business. He began his tenure at Wayfair as CFO and Vice President of Finance in 2005 and helped the company grow from $40 million in revenue to over $800 million in annual revenue. Prior to joining Wayfair, Nick was the Finance head of an IT Services Division of Siemens AG. He has also held Vice President of Finance roles at Mercator Software and Enhance Financial Services Group and served as the Chief Financial Officer at SYNNAP, a startup web hosting company. Nick started his career in the financial services industry at PaineWeber/UBS. He earned a B.S.B.A. in Accounting from American University, an M.B.A. from Fordham University and attended an International Graduate Program at Georgetown University in Oxford, England. Nick lives just outside of Boston with his wife and three children.
Favorite Wayfair Purchase:
John Mulliken
Senior Vice President of Strategic Initiatives
John Mulliken leads international operations for Wayfair and spearheads the development of new lifestyle brands and other consumer growth opportunities across the organization. In 2012, John founded Joss & Main, the Wayfair brand where beautiful style meets irresistible savings. In 2013, he drove the creation of Birch Lane and led the integration of DwellStudio into Wayfair's growing portfolio of lifestyle brands. He is now responsible for Wayfair's European operations. A management consultant for more than a decade, John was most recently a Principal at The Boston Consulting Group, where he was a leader of the multi-channel retail group and on the leadership team of the Global Center for Consumer Insight. He also held executive leadership roles at two internet start-ups. John received an M.B.A. from London Business School and a B.A. in mathematics from Reed College. Originally from New York City, John and his family split time between Boston and London.
Favorite Wayfair Purchase:
Steve Oblak
Senior Vice President and General Manager of Wayfair.com
 Steve Oblak drives overall strategy and execution for Wayfair.com. He also leads Wayfair's Category Director, Buying, Site Merchandising, Supplier Management and Daily Sales teams, and oversees the AllModern.com and Wayfairsupply.com businesses. Steve joined Wayfair in 2009 from River West Brands, where he was on the management team of an early-stage venture focused on acquiring and re-commercializing dormant consumer brands. Steve previously served as a Senior Director at FutureBrand Worldwide, a global brand management consultancy practice of Interpublic Group. He began his career in consulting in the International Financial Services practice at the Corporate Executive Board. Steve has a B.A. from Hamilton College and an M.B.A. from Northwestern University.
Favorite Wayfair Purchase:
Mike O'Hanlon
Vice President of Corporate and Business Development
​Michael O'Hanlon is responsible for developing and executing the company's M&A strategy as well as developing key strategic partnerships, including online marketplace relationships with Wal-Mart, Staples, Tesco, Sears, Best Buy, Amazon, eBay, and content partnerships with Coastal Living, Sunset and This Old House.  Michael also founded and continues to lead the Wayfair Media Solutions. Earlier in his Wayfair career, Michael launched Wayfair's European business in UK and Germany and led the company's buying team, managing relationships with over 3,000 suppliers across 24 categories.  Before joining Wayfair in 2006, Michael spent more than 11 years as an investment banker and spent six years as a submarine officer in the U.S. Navy. Michael earned an M.B.A. from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and a B.S. in Nuclear Engineering from the University of Virginia. He lives just south of Boston with his wife and four children. 
Favorite Wayfair Purchase:
David Raymond
Vice President of Operations Process Improvement
​David Raymond leads merchandising operations and heads the operations process transformation team. Dave began his career as a consultant, spending five years at PricewaterhouseCoopers and IBM, implementing large scale CRM packages. He subsequently served as Director of Software Implementation for Arrowstream, where he led client engagements and product management for their supply chain management software used by Wendy's, Applebee's and other leading foodservice companies. Dave earned a B.S. from Columbia University and an M.B.A. from the Yale School of Management.  
Favorite Wayfair Purchase:
James Savarese
Chief Operating Officer
​James Savarese oversees Wayfair's key operations worldwide.  He is responsible for sales, customer service, product merchandising and production, logistics and supply chain, offshore operations, and third-party partner revenue programs. Prior to joining Wayfair in 2008, James spent seven years at Arrowstream, a supply chain services and software company. As a founding member, James held several positions, including SVP Products & Services where he was the General Manager, responsible for client services, product management, data analytics and engineering. Prior to Arrowstream, he was a Global Client Partner at iXL. James also spent nine years as a management and economic consultant with Deloitte Consulting and PA Consulting Group. James earned a B.A. from Dartmouth College and an M.B.A. from The University of Chicago.  James lives in Wellesley, Massachusetts with his wife and daughter.   
Favorite Wayfair Purchase:
Laura Scott
Vice President of Supplier Operations and Logistics
Laura Scott leads fulfillment operations for Wayfair's portfolio of home brands. She joined Wayfair in 2009 and has been working with her team and thousands of supplier partners to make Wayfair a world class e-commerce operation. Before Wayfair, Laura led the operations of a manufacturing and direct retail company in New Hampshire and a non-profit youth organization in Vermont. She earned an M.B.A. from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College and a B.S. from University of Vermont. In addition to her work at Wayfair, Laura is a mother to two children and a Labrador retriever, and also serves on the board of directors for FamilyAid Boston. 
Favorite Wayfair Purchase:
Joel Stevenson
Vice President and General Manager of Business Sales
Joel Stevenson currently leads Wayfair's business to business sales division. He began his Wayfair career by leading the company's home improvement products division, followed by his role as Managing Director of Wayfair UK, where he drove growth of the company's international presence. Joel then served as Vice President of FP&A while Wayfair was making the transition to a public company. Before joining Wayfair, Joel held a variety of sales and marketing roles at Ariba, Innovus, and Verizon and was a consultant at ZS Associates. Joel earned an M.B.A. from the Yale School of Management, a B.S. in Business Administration from the University of Illinois and studied Chinese at Harvard-Beijing Academy. He lives in Massachusetts with his wife and four children. 
Favorite Wayfair Purchase:
Paul Toms
Vice President of Strategic Initiatives and Joss & Main North America
Paul Toms leads the overall business strategy for Joss & Main and has direct responsibility for the P&L, buying, marketing and operations to help support the growth of the brand. Paul joined Wayfair in 2007 and grew within the company, leading Business Intelligence and Marketing functions along the way.  In 2011, Paul joined Joss & Main as the senior director of marketing, where he played a cornerstone role in the growth of the brand, developing strategies and teams focused on new member acquisition, member engagement, product development, and pricing analytics. Paul graduated from Boston University with a B.A. in Economics and lives in Boston with his wife and son and their dog, Brooks. 
Favorite Wayfair Purchase:
Sarah Dignan Whitman
Vice President of AllModern and Wayfair Supply
Sarah leads the AllModern business strategy and brand and has direct responsibility for the P&L and the category management, buying and promotions teams.  She joined Wayfair in 2010 and has spent the majority of her time focused on building and growing the AllModern business while also contributing to the launch and growth of Wayfair's B2B business, WayfairSupply.com, and leading teams across Category Management and Merchandising. Prior to joining Wayfair, Sarah spent several years working in marketing and business development in various early stage ventures. Sarah earned an M.B.A. from the Booth School of Business at the University of Chicago and a B.A. from George Washington University. Sarah currently lives in South Boston with her husband and new baby.
Favorite Wayfair Purchase:
Jack Wood
Chief Information Officer
Jack Wood is responsible for software development, infrastructure engineering, information security, and corporate systems at Wayfair. He drives the technology decisions that power all aspects of the business. Prior to joining Wayfair in 2012, Jack was a software architect and engineering manager at Akamai Technologies. He also spent time as a research scientist at Lucent and consultant with NASA at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Jack served in the United States Air Force and earned a B.S. in Computer Science from Rivier College. Jack lives in Westford with his wife and children; new baby too. 
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