Kaitlyn Hutt is an Engagement Manager at Hypothesis. We sat down to ask her about her work and life at Hypothesis. Contact her at email@example.com.
Q. You’ve worked on some of Hypothesis’s biggest tracking projects. What’s the secret to running a great tracker?
Kaitlyn: Flexibility and fresh perspectives. Trackers are great tools for measuring & monitoring the status of a brand or campaign, but focusing too closely on changes in a handful of metrics might lead us to overlook the real story. When I think about tracking data I like to consider two big questions:
- What is the data telling us about “right now,” i.e., the current market and competitive environment?
- What does this mean for the future as the landscape continues to evolve and change?
Q. People love working with you. Can you give us any tips for collaboration?
Kaitlyn: Well that’s nice (smiling). We have so many smart and talented people here, I always try to keep myself in check about knowing my own strengths/limitations and knowing when I should bring in and listen to an expert.
Q. We heard you’re a runner. What’s the longest/most challenging run you’ve ever done?
Kaitlyn: My younger sister convinced me that we should run our first marathon together a few years ago. It was so hard, I thought I was ending my 14-year relationship with running for good after I crossed the finish-line…..This past Sunday I ran the LA Marathon, so obviously that didn’t stick. The runner’s high is real (smiling).