Chief Executive Officer
Glenn is the CEO of Redfin. Prior to joining Redfin, he was a co-founder of Plumtree Software, a Sequoia-backed, publicly-traded company that created the enterprise portal software market. Glenn was raised in Seattle and graduated from the University of California, Berkeley. Follow him on Twitter @GlennKelman
President of Real Estate Operations
As the President of Real Estate Operations, Adam is responsible for delighting our clients, inspiring our real estate employees, and combining our home-buying and selling services into a one-stop-shop that makes moving faster, better, and cheaper. Adam joined Redfin in 2007 and helped to found the Redfin Partner Program, our title subsidiary, Title Forward, Redfin Mortgage and RedfinNow. Prior to Redfin, Adam worked at Microsoft in the SQL Server Division for five years. Adam graduated from Stanford with a degree in Symbolic Systems.
Chief Technology Officer
As Redfin’s Chief Technology Officer, Bridget leads the software engineering and analytics teams. Her mission is to build technology that makes the process of buying and selling a home less complicated and less stressful. She is a leader on issues facing traditionally underrepresented people in technology, and 36% of Redfin’s technology team are women while 10% are Black or Latinx. Prior to Redfin, Frey was the director of analytics and business applications at Lithium Technologies. In addition, she has held management positions at IntrinsiQ Research, IMlogic and Plumtree Software. Since 2019, she has served on the board of directors for Premera Blue Cross. Bridget holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science from Harvard University, where she graduated magna cum laude. She was recently recognized as a Seattle CIO of The Year award winner. Follow Bridget on Twitter.
Chief Growth Officer
Christian leads Redfin’s Product and Marketing teams, and is responsible for making sure that customers know and trust that Redfin will put them first and help them win in real estate. Prior to joining Redfin, Christian spent eight years at Amazon, where he held leadership roles in Amazon’s Retail, Prime, and Alexa businesses. Before Amazon, Christian worked at two early-stage start-ups as well as ThoughtWorks, a software consultancy. Christian holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science from Harvard University and master’s degree in business administration from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
President of Strategic Initiatives
Scott is leading efforts to develop and grow Redfin’s ability to help customers be successful throughout their real estate experience. Prior to his current role, Scott led real estate operations at Redfin, with responsibility for brokerage and partner revenue, recruiting, and training, and was President of Title Forward, a Redfin owned title company. Before he came to Redfin, Scott was a managing director at LexisNexis, with profit-and-loss responsibility for an $80 million-business. Scott also served as vice president of strategy and client operations at Applied Discovery, a successful legal services software start-up. Scott worked for many years as an attorney, having graduated with a law degree from Seattle University and a political science degree from the University of Washington.
Vice President of RedfinNow
Quinn Hawkins is the head of RedfinNow, Redfin’s iBuying business. Prior to his current role, Quinn led strategic partnerships, business development, mergers, and acquisitions at Redfin. Before that, he had eleven years of Product Manager experience, co-founding The Microsoft Garage, Microsoft’s grassroots innovation program.
Taylor is the lead economist who manages the research team at Redfin. He is passionate about housing and urban policy and an advocate for increased mobility and affordability. Before Redfin, Taylor built financial market index funds for Vanguard at the University of Chicago. Taylor went to graduate school for international economics in Berlin, where he focused on behavioral causes of the global housing bubble and subsequent policy responses. Taylor’s research has been featured in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and The Economist. He is also the President of the Seattle Economics Council and collaborates frequently with the Fed, HUD, and the Census Bureau. Follow him on Twitter @tayloramarr.