Get to Know Us
Find out more about the My Move team and what makes us love moving.
Abe Moses, Development
Abe manages My Move capabilities in technology architecture. He collaborates with business to ensure the evaluation, deployment and management of current and future software design and implementation.
Prior to working at My Move, Abe served as an architect at Enservio, Yahoo and Razorfish. Abe’s diverse background includes a breadth of technical knowledge across several implementations, and deployment of large, complex software systems. He earned his B.S. from Bharathidasan University.
Carolyn McKibbin, Editorial
Carolyn leads the My Move editorial team. She helps provide insightful, stress-busting resources across the site and on our blog. Carolyn manages reciprocal content partnerships, editorial resources and our team of expert contributors. From infographics to videos, Carolyn enjoys creating informative, timely, entertaining content that helps consumers have a better move.
Prior to joining My Move, Carolyn headed content and SEO at ideaLaunch/WriterAccess, a content marketing agency. She holds an undergraduate degree in Italian from University of California, Santa Cruz and a graduate degree in Journalism from Boston University.
Tim Blacquier, Marketing & Loyalty Programs
Officially Tim is responsible for My Move's advertising and loyalty programs. But in practice Tim participates in almost all aspects of My Move, including managing email programs, search marketing, affiliate marketing, lead generation, content management support and occasional HTML/CSS development. A passionate online marketing professional, Tim is used to wearing many hats in his previous positions at Life123, Blue Sky Brands and Bits and Pieces. Tim is a life-long New Englander, although he did spend one year in London because that's the closest to living in Boston while still claiming overseas residence.
Mira Tamir Spiegel, Research
Mira handles a wide array of marketing research initiatives aimed at understanding the wants and needs of moving consumers and how they compare with people who aren't moving. She's famous for indexing any metrics she can get her hands on, and her coworkers marvel at her ability to keep a straight face while conducting usability testing.
Mira has an undergraduate degree in Psychology from Tufts University and an MBA from The Goizueta Business School at Emory University. She spent the first half of her career on the supplier side of the marketing research industry before making the move in-house. In her real life, she spends time with her husband and two children and is passionate about autism-related causes including ACEing Autism, a non-profit organization that provides tennis clinics to kids on the autism spectrum.