Our results are driven by a world class team from marketing, product, and strategy.
CEO & Co-founder
Amanda is a pioneer in identifying, understanding, and marketing novel ideas. From 2016 to 2019, she helped bring Ethereum to market as CMO of ConsenSys, where she founded the Ethereal event series and served as a partner in 30+ product launches, token generations, and fundraises. Amanda was listed on Forbes 30 Under 30, and speaks at events from TechCrunch Disrupt to the World Economic Forum. Amanda co-founded Serotonin to continue pushing forward the emerging technologies that are evolving our world’s systems.
Co-founder & Partner
Matthew is an expert in positioning brands for breakout success. His agency Nine Lines led marketing for 40+ consumer startups over 6 years, and he co-created the digital marketing course for General Assembly. He then founded the blockchain-for-journalism startup Civil, which gained 200+ press mentions across global media outlets and was acquired by ConsenSys in 2020. Matthew co-founded Serotonin to partner with breakthrough technology companies on bringing remarkable new ideas and products to the world.
Camilla specializes in the alchemy of turning abstract concepts into concrete operations. Following her time as Client Service Content Manager at Bridgewater Associates and Head of Financial Services Product Marketing at ConsenSys, Camilla joined Serotonin to be at the helm of scaling client engagement and establishing processes for portfolio growth. A marketer with a macro-mindset, Camilla is obsessed with how the world will adapt to the changing dynamics of the Future of Work.
Everett is a tech narrator keen on bringing out the human element when writing about emerging technologies. Following 3 years in content, product marketing, and data science research at ConsenSys, Everett joined Serotonin to help clients find their voices and bring their stories to market. A curious soul and a superfan of longform articles, Everett finds himself connecting dots across technology, culture, science, and history in much of what he writes.
VP public relations
Kara is a storyteller with a knack for tracking down the most interesting stories in tech. Following 3 years as Global Head of PR for Consensys, Kara joined Serotonin to give clients access to the world’s media outlets. A self-proclaimed and battle-tested Olivia Pope, Kara brings to the table an uncanny ability to present the value, evolution, and meaning of complicated emerging tech to far-flung audiences
Matt is a full-stack marketer focused on bringing complex client campaigns to life. Following time as Head of Communications at Chainlink, Matt joined Serotonin to bring an international communications mindset to client success. An insatiable explorer of new ideas and paradigms, Matt focuses on communicating the value of emerging technologies with the goal of leaving the world more sustainable for the generation that follows.
Head of technology
Dan is a dreamer with the skills to build those dreams into existence. As the former CTO of Civil, Dan joined Serotonin as Head of Technology with an eye towards building out a product suite to bring to life the many possibilities of blockchain technology. With years of emerging tech development under his belt, Dan believes strongly we are all still in early days, and fully plans on tinkering his way towards the vision of a decentralized, Web3-powered world.
HEAD OF Design
CK is a designer whose creative principles advance towards bridging information, research, and narrative to create compelling visual work. CK brings to the Serotonin team a design career spanning over a decade in digital and print garnered from working with incredible teams at Wired, Newsweek, The New Republic, Medium, and Elysium Health. When not in admiration of figuring out design solutions for emerging tech, he spends time painting, camping, and fishing.
Elmer is a cross-functional content creator with a half-decade of experience working in a rapidly evolving start-up environment and a premier public relations firm spanning the U.S. and Asia. His passion for emerging technologies has brought him to Serotonin, where he helps aspiring organizations tell their story as they make the leap from theoretical applications to real world impact. This requires a unique breed of analyst, strategist, and storyteller. Elmer strives to embody all three.
Stefan is a technology optimist who specializes in crafting fun, engaging and out-of-the-box content. Sporting a multidisciplinary background in law, early-stage startup investing and marketing, Stefan thrives in creative environments and helps companies stand out in today’s age of numerous distractions. With 4 years in crypto, Stefan is a firm believer in the technology’s future and ability to create a fairer, more inclusive world.
Toby is a full-stack engineer who has worked on creative tech in media for over a decade, previously on anti-censorship and cooperative funding tools for journalists with Civil, and before that on publishing platforms and syndication infrastructure at Digg and at Dow Jones. Eager to get reality to catch up with technological possibilities, Toby joined Serotonin to help build new formats and models through which artists can share their work with the world.
Public relations manager
Joe is an avid ambassador for paradigm-shifting technologies that are searching for the right audience. Following 10 years of developing and implementing communications strategies for blockchain companies, government officials, research institutions, and renewable energy deployment, Joe has joined the Serotonin team as a PR Manager to use his global perspective and media expertise to secure media coverage in the world’s top publications.
Head of product
Travis Hutchinson is a thinker who is obsessed with moving towards a decentralized world. He spends his days thinking about product design, implementation, and growth. He comes to Serotonin with a background in building products in the machine learning, video, and healthcare spaces. He cares deeply about the redistribution of wealth for marginalized communities. When not thinking about product solutions for emerging technology, he spends his time watching and reading plays, traveling, and trying to learn the jazz piano.
Lise specializes in crafting highly impactful marketing and communications campaigns leveraging deep industry intel and a touch of quirky. She has worked with Samsung, GE, Deloitte Digital, and countless startups like Hinge and Meetup. Her best-known brainchild is Bill Nye Explains Evolution Using Emoji, which resulted in 518 million organic media impressions and was later referenced in a New York Times crossword puzzle.
Jemayel is a writer, editorial director, and narrative engine with a knack for capturing the zeitgeist and speaking to movements. After moving from Managing Editor at Vice to Contributor at The Guardian, Jem pivoted from culture journalism to blockchain and crypto as Editorial Director at ConsenSys and Editorial Lead for Gemini's Cryptopedia. Throughout culture, music, and tech, his work is mission based: disrupting the hegemony with ideas and words.
Events & marketing manager
Hannah is a creator dedicated to bringing an engaging and innovative approach across marketing disciplines including content, events management, and strategy. She most recently led the marketing efforts for ETHDenver’s annual flagship event from 2019-2021 and has worked with clients including BitGive, Blockchain Training Conference, and others. She started consulting in the space in 2017 following a freelance stint covering blockchain tech with VICE News.
Aimee is a product designer, focusing on crafting joyful and intuitive digital experiences. She specializes in understanding who the user is, why they are here, and where they go along the way. Prior to joining Serotonin, she worked for the past half-decade on products in fintech, art, food, holistic health, education, and more. Aimee is passionate about enhancing the human experience in the digital world through thoughtful design. She’s inspired by what the Web3-powered world will show us, bringing her to Serotonin.