Kurt Schrader is a highly accomplished entrepreneur with extensive experience in software engineering, management, and leadership. He is the CEO and co-founder of Shortcut, a popular project management platform that has revolutionized the way software teams collaborate and manage their tasks. Along with his current position, he also co-founded and served as the CEO of Clubhouse Software, where he oversaw the development of a groundbreaking project management tool.
Schrader's impressive career trajectory includes holding high-level positions such as CTO and VP of Engineering at Intent Media Inc., where he provided technical direction, led a team of engineers, and developed and implemented innovative strategies to drive the company's growth. He also co-founded and organized the CTO School, an educational platform aimed at helping engineers become effective CTOs through workshops, group discussions, and mentorship.
Schrader holds a degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Michigan and has worked in various roles throughout his career, including as a technical consultant, software architect, marketer, product manager, and business development manager. He has a passion for technology and entrepreneurship and enjoys sharing his knowledge and expertise through speaking engagements, workshops, and mentoring.