REACH Interview Series: Paul Liberman

Paul Liberman is co-founder and COO of DraftKings, a leading provider of daily fantasy sports. Together with Matthew Kalish and Jason Robins, Paul founded DraftKings in 2011 and built the company from a small operation working of out Paul’s spare bedroom to one of the most popular daily fantasy sites in the country, with over 6 million registered users. Paul has served as both CTO and CMO of DraftKings before assuming his current position guiding the company’s operations and growth. In our interview, Paul talks about the challenges he’s faced in stepping outside his comfort zone and offers his best advice for young, aspiring leaders.

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