Margaret Olson

Chief Engineering Officer

A seasoned software executive and serial entrepreneur, Margaret has dedicated her career to architecting and leading teams to build commercially successful, highly-scalable, cloud-based systems time and time again. Margaret co-founded Plum in 2005, which was then acquired in 2009 by Nokia. Plum was one of the first web and mobile applications for private social networking and group conversations. Margaret was one of the two people in an attic that created the powerhouse that became Constant Contact and was instrumental in building Fidelity’s first online trading application. Margaret’s deep technical background was honed in the early days of distributed computing at Apollo and Digital. Margaret earned her BA in Biology at Wellesley College.