Kahoona is pleased to announce our newest Advisory Board member, Kurt Fulepp


October 12, 2022

Kahoona is very pleased to announce our newest Advisory Board member, Kurt Fulepp. Mr. Fulepp is President, Digital at AccuWeather, where he is responsible for leading all aspects of the company’s digital offerings. He also served as Accuweather’s Chief Product Officer where he was instrumental in the expansion of the company’s product portfolio.

“Kurt’s impressive career and wealth of experience in product development for some of the world’s most notable brands will help in fine-tuning our platform. We look forward to his guidance and expertise as we continue to develop Kahoona,” said Gal Rapoport, chief executive officer, Kahoona.

“I’m thrilled to be working with the Kahoona team. I’m impressed by their vision and technology, and believe that Kahoona will greatly improve the way in which consumers and companies connect digitally with data privacy at the forefront,” said Fulepp.

Prior to joining Accuweather, Fulepp led the digital brands of TIME, Money and Fortune as Vice President and Digital General Manager of News and Business.

Fulepp was Vice President and Head of Product at AOL, Inc., where he oversaw product management, technology and design of AOL’s core business of AOL.com, as well as a portfolio of lifestyle brands focused on home, food, style and weddings. While at AOL, he served as General Manager of MAKERS.com, providing end-to-end leadership for this first-of-its-kind multi-platform video destination, which profiled exceptional women and their groundbreaking achievements.

He served as Senior Manager, Consumer Marketing for NineMSN (Microsoft’s joint-venture in Australia) overseeing Bing, MSN and Windows Live (including Hotmail, SkyDrive and WebApps), and was Director of Marketing at Nine Television Network Australia: one of Australia’s largest commercial television networks.

Fulepp is also an Adjunct Professor at Columbia University teaching Product Management as part of the MBA program at Columbia Business School.

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