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UpNext: Careers in Technology 1:1 Alumni Chat: Pete McSherry ’06, Senior Vice President, Platform Data Strategy and Solutions at Epsilon (For students interested in market research and/or data analytics.)

Alumni from UpNext: Careers in Technology will be available for one-on-one resume reviews with students. If you are interested in a career in technology, don’t miss this chance to get valuable feedback on your resume from Middlebury alumni currently employed in the industry.

Resume reviews are private, one-on-one conversations and approximately 20 minutes in length.


After you attach your resume and submit your application, you will immediately receive an email from Handshake asking you to select a time. You must select a time slot in order to confirm your 1:1 alumni chat.

About Pete McSherry ’06:

Pete is the Senior Vice President of Platform Data Strategy and Solutions at Epsilon. He has 16+ years of experience in marketing consulting and analytics. Pete joined Epsilon in 2011 and manages teams in the U.S., U.K., and India that are responsible for providing marketing analytics for a wide variety of Epsilon’s clients including Johnson & Johnson, TD Bank, and Anheuser Busch InBev.

Prior to joining Epsilon, Pete worked at Modem Media (Founded by a Middlebury Alumna), one of the leading digital marketing agencies, famously known for placing the media buy for the first banner ad back in 1994. While this was before Pete’s time at Modem, he got to learn from some of the industry’s best. At Modem Pete spent 5 years leading teams performing media analytics for Kraft, Marriott, and General Mills. 

Pete graduated from Middlebury College with a BA in Economics and from the NYU Stern School of Business, earning his MBA with specializations in Business Analytics, Management, and Quantitative Finance.

Pete was named a 40 under 40 recipient by the Fairfield Business County Journal for outstanding contributions to his work and school communities.