Senior Manager, Business and Legal Affairs, TiVo

With a law degree from the University of Pepperdine, Currier quickly immersed herself in the technology space—working directly with product marketing manager and engineering teams to get the big picture. Her knowledge has enabled her to grow from an internal legal expert to an external, customer-facing manager who can represent the business as a whole. She’s such a team player that on discovering a technical issue with a demo before a customer meeting, she jumped in with developers and got the issue fixed (and impressed the client). Her biggest mentors? “My parents for teaching me to always work hard, do what’s right and not take myself too seriously,” she said.

What sort of culture is important to you in the workplace?

It is important to me to be in an engaging and positive environment that encourages collaboration to achieve desired results. Hiring talent that fits company culture is the key to ensuring people enjoy working with and learning from one another.

What is the most exciting thing about working in this industry?

I am excited about the opportunity for innovation. Content owners and operators are embracing new and better ways to deliver content which leads to exciting and challenging opportunities to build solutions. The Netflix and DirecTV Now services of the world are leading the charge in moving away from traditional Pay TV solutions and I believe that the next five years will be an inflection point for continued innovation.

Who has been your biggest mentor and why?

My parents for teaching me to always work hard, do what’s right and not take myself too seriously.

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