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At Her First $100K, we believe each of our team members brings unique talents that help propel our company and community forward. We believe in creating and maintaining an environment that promotes individuality, creative thinking, and innovation. We believe in practicing what we preach and focusing on mental and physical well-being—our own and one another’s. 

If you want your career to help make the world more conscious and inclusive, you’ve come to the


As part of the greater compensation package, employees can expect:

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85% premium coverage for health insurance



Up to 4% match on 401(k) retirement plan


Unlimited paid vacation, sick, menstruation leave


4 months paid parental leave – birth, adoption, surrogacy


Bereavement leave


11 paid Federal holidays and 2 floating holidays


Company breaks – we take one week off per quarter!


Remote Work Stipend

Her First $100K is committed to bringing together humans from different backgrounds and perspectives, providing team members with a safe and welcoming work environment free of discrimination and harassment. We strive to create a diverse & inclusive environment where everyone can thrive, feel a sense of belonging, and do impactful work together.

Data shows that women and POC candidates more frequently do not apply for a job because they don’t feel that they meet all of the qualifications listed. Our job descriptions are overviews with minimum requirements and skills listed, not a mandatory comprehensive list. If you feel passionate about our efforts and believe you have the skills to contribute to the growth of our organization, we want to hear from you!



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perfect match if...

You’re comfortable with being uncomfortable.

You work hard and play harder. Your outside hobbies and passions are just as important as the work you do on the clock.

You’re no stranger to rolling up your sleeves and digging in. No matter the role, our team is very hands-on.

You thrive in a remote work environment where you’re both independent and a collaborator.

You have an affinity for performing arts. Bonus points if you’ve studied theatre–you’ll fit right in!

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Product manager

Location: Seattle, WA 

Employment Type: Full-time

Salary: $100,000 - $115,000 DOE

HFK is looking for a Product Manager who is passionate about the HFK mission and designing products that customers love. 

The Product Manager (PdM) owns all verticals of B2B and B2C products. They will find and fill opportunities within our community by managing the product roadmap and lifecycle, as well as, collaborating with other departments to maintain product verticals. Product verticals include digital courses and downloads, merchandise, Stock Market School (SMS), and consulting.

Writing and content creation is essential to this role. The PdM should be passionate about these, excel in project management and creative direction, and have an eye for e-commerce trends and audience needs.

Success in this role includes:

  • Identifying, planning for, and filling product gaps for audience segments and clients
  • Successfully scaling product verticals 
  • Launching short-term and long-term product roadmaps
  • Developing curriculum for Stock Market School that enhances the customer experience and education

Reports to: Chief Operating Officer
Direct reports: Community Success Manager
Works closely with Marketing Manager & CEO


  • Managing e-commerce and related landing pages; 
  • Developing product roadmap and positioning strategies to drive growth and profitability; 
  • Creating educational curriculum and products for the HFK community; 
  • Identifying opportunities for new products and improvements to existing products;
  • Analyzing product performance and using data-driven insights to make informed decisions about future product development;
  • Leveraging data-driven insights and customer feedback;
  • Managing a calendar for product verticals;
  • Owning communication – internally with executives and team & externally with customers and clients;
  • Managing team members (currently one) and projects across teams for clients and customer support


  • Personal finance experience – does not need to be a certification, but experience in finance of some capacity; 
  • Successful work experience in e-commerce and product management;
  • Ability to develop product and marketing strategies and effectively communicate recommendations to executive management; 
  • Strong technical background with e-commerce, content creation, and project management platforms/tools; 
  • Analytical and data-driven, with the ability to leverage data to make informed decisions; 
  • Strong problem solving skills; 
  • Strong business acumen, with a deep understanding of the market, customers, and competitors; 
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills; 
  • Knowledge of industry trends and emerging technologies.


  • Compensation: $100,000-$115,000 annual DOE 
  • Type of hire: This is a full-time, salaried, exempt position. Other candidates, consultants, and placement agency candidates will not be considered. 
  • Benefits: Health insurance (medical, vision, dental), 401k, unlimited PTO, paid holidays, and paid parental leave.
  • Perks: Remote work (with in-person coworking days throughout the month for Seattle team members), paid quarterly company breaks, and remote work stipend.
  • Disclosures: No applicant disclosures related to physical requirements or ADA-related considerations are relevant for this role. 
  • Work Philosophy: At HFK, we believe that creativity, innovation, and camaraderie are essential to our business, our culture, and our team members’ growth and development. With our Remote Work Policy, we are committed to promoting collaboration, productivity, and team member well-being by maximizing the benefits of remote work.
  • Application Requirements: All applicants will be reviewed through this site’s job application submission. Direct submissions via email, website contact form, or DMs to HFK team members will not be reviewed separately. 
  • Candidate Requirements: Applicants must live in Washington state (Seattle preferred) and have US work authorization.  Some travel may be required.