Last week we announced our latest round of funding, and the money is already being put to work. This month we grew by 30%, with 3 new (awesome) employees joining our team.

This is a fairly unique round of hires. While we’ve been building out our engineering team over the last year, this month we’ve brought on our first sales and marketing hires, as well as additional muscle for the Customer Support Team. After several years of success primarily through word of mouth, UserVoice is ready to kick out the jams and amplify our message.

Let’s meet our new hires!


Claire Talbott is UserVoice’s newest Customer Support hire. She has worked with several different nonprofits, nannied, and even been a freelance copywriter (okay, so it took her awhile to figure out what she wanted to be when she grew up). She’s excited about UserVoice’s focus on innovation and customer experience, and it looking forward to having a job where she has the freedom to really help people. When she’s not working, she enjoys writing fiction and hanging out with her dog, Mr. Knightly.

Danny Bloomfield
is UserVoice’s first Account Manager. Leaving his home after five generations in the small, hidden-away town of Brooklyn, NY, Danny brings a career in tech sales in big business to San Francisco and the UserVoice team. When he’s not nerding out or cycling (with gears!) he may be camped out alone in the woods fending off bears, picking up whatever instruments he can get his hands on or growing his food.

Tasha Reasor is UserVoice’s first Head of Marketing. After working for a big corporation and spending her life in mountain towns, Tasha moved to The City. She brings many talents to UserVoice ranging from nunchuck skills to ecommerce marketing. She enjoys great wine, sailing into the sunset, ripping up the slopes, and genuine people.

We’re continuing to hire engineers, designers, and sales folks in both San Francisco and Raleigh, NC. If you’d like to join a team that does great work, cares about customers, and has a lot of fun, check out our jobs page.