Kerri Tierney

Senior Associate Director, CDO Technology

Kerri Tierney

Kerri Tierney is responsible for overseeing the MIT Sloan career management systems and tools used by students, employers and the CDO team. She is continually exploring new resources to support the career development of MIT Sloan portfolio of degree programs.  Partnering with the CDO Data Analyst, Kerri leads the collection, aggregation and publication of MIT Sloan employment data.  Prior to her career development career, Kerri managed recruiting teams in the staffing space and served as an early career development specialist for an investment firm.

Contact Kerri to:

  • Discuss the usage of current tools or recommend other tools for evaluation.
  • Inquire about the published employment data or its collection process.
  • Share career content with the Diversity & Inclusion Affinity Community

Fun Facts:  Kerri is a first-gen graduate and the mother of two children (ages 9 and 6) and her 8 month old “furbaby”, a mini Australian Shepherd.  When not working on all things career development operations, Kerri can be found coaching soccer or planning the next family trip with her husband (Cape Cod, Colorado and Aruba are on the books for 2021-2022).

Top Strengths: Communication | Woo | Harmony | Responsibility | Positivity

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Alteryx License for Students

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Pathways to Progress for Women Entrepreneurs

When we look at the challenges women face in entrepreneurship today, the discussion often involves the tech sector as a whole. This misses a deeper problem.

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Closing the Gender Gap Is Good for Business

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8 Steps Leaders Can Take to Make Their Workplaces More LGBTQ-Inclusive

It’s easy for corporations to hang up a rainbow flag, turn on Diana Ross, and call themselves inclusive when Pride Month comes around. But just saying you love Pride is not the same as being an ally.

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