Aman Kumar is a senior product marketing manager at Facebook, where he helps define and develop new initiatives for the company in enterprise software. Prior to this he was head of operations innovation at SAP, promoting the business agility and efficiency of Europe’s largest software company. He is also special advisor to the CIO of the Republic of Estonia and advisor to startups in Silicon Valley, Tallinn, and Boston.
Aman was previously head of strategic marketing at MobileIron, responsible for strategic planning, user-facing product definition, and application partnerships for the company before its IPO. Prior to MobileIron, Aman was an engineering program manager at Apple, an associate product manager at Google, and interned at the world’s largest hedge fund.
Aman remains affiliated to Stanford University as a visiting scholar at mediaX. From 2009 to 2013 he co-led Stanford’s research into digital media multitasking featured in CNN, Reuters, and other international media outlets. A lifelong stutterer, Aman is a proud board member of the American Institute for Stuttering and on the advisory board of the National Stuttering Association. He is a senior advisor to the March of Dimes and served for ten years on the board of the Presidential Scholars Foundation, the United States’s highest honor for graduating high school students. Aman has spoken at universities and conferences in the United States, Europe, and Asia on topics including mobile security, e-government, digital media, and entrepreneurship.
Aman graduated with honors, distinction, and Phi Beta Kappa from Stanford University with a B.S. in Symbolic Systems, concentrating in human-computer interaction, and an M.S. in Computer Science, concentrating in artificial intelligence. He received an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School, a certificate in innovation from the Stanford GSB, and is the 2005 United States Presidential Scholar for the State of California.