About Me


Doron Katz

Detail-oriented Technical Program Manager, with strong iOS mobile engineering and management background, that entail building methodical sprints, and successful stakeholder negotiation and conflict management skills. 

Directed various complex projects with interdependencies concurrently, with direct input into technical decisions, as part of PMO, to resolve problems and maintain business case objectives.

I embrace the Lean Startup methodologies (Lean Analytics | Lean Customer Development), along with continuous customer development and hypotheses testing, in my mission to provide simplicity in development cycles, foster collaborative and free thinking, pushing the boundaries in creative apps.

Career Achievements

  • Successfully Project Managed complex internal projects at TCL-America, as well as iOS engineer.  
  • Contributed with great impact for a Social Media Startup, for 6 months in San Francisco, as an iOS Engineer, introducing great initiatives.
  • Managed two concurrent agile projects, in Android and iOS during tenure at Gomeeki, using Behaviour-Driven Development. 
  • Engineered a combined Desktop/Mobile and Tablet solution using Flex, in a short development cycle sprint.
  • Expeditious turnover on development projects for banking and financial clients, based on defined scopes.

Career Highlights

  • 2015-Current: (Snr Tech. Program Manager)
    TCL-America [website]
  • 2014: (iOS architect)
    Blend Systems [website]
  • 2014: (Mobile Lead)
    Gomeeki [website]
  • 2012: (iOS/Android Architect)
    Media Architects [website]

⌘ For more career highlights, visit linkedin.com/in/doronkatz


Agile Project Management | Risk Management | Conflict Management | Swift/Objective-C, HTML/CSS, Photoshop/Illustrator/Sketch/Pixelmator



Master of Management (Graduated 2012)

Charles Sturt University, Australia

A combination of management (MBA-style), and Microsoft technical subjects, such as C#, SQL Server 2000 and other technical units.

Bachelor of Internet Sciences (Graduated 2004)

University of Wollongong, Australia

Part of an innovative and exclusive program, only completed by a handful of students who completed Internet Science, it included a focus on IBM curriculum subjects which was new at the time to Australian universities