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Kristen Metropoulos

Kristen Metropoulos

Product Manager

Robert Bosch, LLC

New York, NY

Hard-working, energetic, experienced engineer searching for new career opportunity in product management or business development in a fast- paced, challenging, creative, growing and collaborative environment.


Robert Bosch, LLC - Thermotechnology Division

Product Manager

•Developed product strategy for Bosch’s water heater business in North America
•Successfully led 3 product launches in 12 months, coordinating efforts internationally across sales, marketing, logistics and engineering to achieve on-time market delivery
•Conducted user experience (UX) focus groups in order to understand consumer preferences
•Analyzed consumer demand patterns, competitors’ products, and Bosch’s market mix to create a comprehensive segmentation strategy


Robert Bosch, LLC

Management Development Rotational Trainee, Mechanical Engineer

Rotational Management Development Program: Held four six-month long roles in different locations, divisions, and functions within Bosch. Coupled with professional development goals and training.

- Bosch Energy and Building Solutions, Project Engineer¸ Germany January-July 2014

- Thermotechnology, Product Manager, New Hampshire July 2013-January 2014

- Control Chassis, Manufacturing Engineer, South Carolina January 2013-July 2013

- Rexroth, Product Support Engineer, Illinois July 2012-January 2013


Mayer Brown, LLP

Engineering Patent Law Intern

•Conducted extensive research on technical patents for client pitches, depositions, and cases

Career medium 01

George Washington University

Bachelors of Science, Mechanical Engineering


University College Dublin

Bachelors of Engineering, Mechanical Engineering

Study abroad January 2010-June 2010 in Dublin, Ireland

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Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail -R. Emerson