Karen Langenberg brings 25+ years of organizational and strategic marketing experience to Indigo. Her "sweet spot" is building key relationships and collaborations that create win-win outcomes for everyone involved. Her toolbox includes thought leader engagement, peer-to-peer influence and education, and targeted communications that deliver the right message to the right individual at the right time, collectively inspiring behavior change that makes a lasting difference.
Karen graduated with a B.S. in Biology from Princeton University and a Marketing & Strategic Planning MBA from the Wharton School. In her professional career, Karen has primarily inhabited the worlds of pharma and biotech, working to bring more health to more people while at Merck and Co, Eyetech, and inVentiv Health.
I grew up in a family that prized learning above all else. With a significant family background in higher education (mom and dad were professors in math and physics), I was on my way to becoming a PhD scientist and - likely - university professor. It was a real wrench when I realized this was not right for me. What then? If at the time I'd had Indigo to help me better know myself, I might have more easily discovered the happiest direction for me. I eventually did find it. But not before experiencing much self-doubt and uncertainty.
I love people. I like making things happen on a short timeline and on a big scale. And I like knowing that I made a difference. Honoring those truths was what propelled me to an amazingly satisfying career, accomplishments, and the many wonderful friends I've made along the way.
Being a part of Indigo is my opportunity to give back, and - with the exciting, technology-enabled, personalized learning revolution happening right now, it is my privilege to be part of helping more of us figure ourselves out, better, sooner, and more fulfillingly.
“Honoring yourself is not selfish, it’s vital.” - Karen Langenberg, MBA