Hi! I’m Michelle Lim, and I live in NYC. I’m the Growth Lead at Warp. I also write essays on engineering, society, and film. You can find me at Twitter, Linkedin, Github or email.

I joined Warp as the first software engineer. Currently, I’m running our Growth team, which spans product, data, and marketing. More on the transition here.

I also invest in and support early-stage startups, specializing in growth.

In my free time, I watch films and musicals with friends, swim, and do Pilates. I’m open to advising companies. You can email me at limxlmichelle@gmail.com.


Most popular posts

Sep 13, 2020
Stop just using “Frontend” or “Backend” to describe the Engineering you like Why the “frontend” vs “backend” engineering axis doesn't map well to engineers’ psychology. And how using just one division can lead to job mismatches, turnover, and even push some new grad engineers into product management.
Jan 23, 2020
It's Not About the Stars My essay about why milennials and I love horoscopes unironically.
Oct 24, 2019
Gold Rush "I notice that the two main streets running through downtown San Francisco are Mission Street and Market Street. They run parallel to each other; they never intersect."

Recent posts

Feb 4, 2023
My journey to Growth Lead My journey from being an engineer to running the growth team at Warp
Nov 2, 2021
My First Film Festival My first experience attending a film festival, namely the New York Film Festival 2021.
Nov 2, 2021
Reviews of selected films from the New York Film Festival 2021 My reviews of Joel Coen’s 'Tragedy of Macbeth', Joachim Trier’s 'The Worst Person in the World', Joan Campion’s 'The Power of the Dog', Rebecca Hall’s 'Passing', and Celine Sciamma’s 'Petite Maman'.