Shannon Polson’s Grit Project on NBC’s “The Today Show”

Exciting news for the extended Tiller family: Tiller founder Peter Polson’s wife Shannon Polson was recently profiled by the Today Show for her work on The Grit Project.

The Grit Project profiles female trailblazers, with lessons and stories from female leaders.

The segment also covered Shannon’s childhood in Alaska, education, and especially her military service as one of the first women to pilot Apache helicopter missions in Bosnia and later in Korea.

You can read more about Shannon’s connection to Alaska in her book “North of Hope.

Watch the segment “How 1 Army veteran is building a community of female leaders” video embedded below:

When Shannon Polson was in the military, she defied the odds to become one of the first women to fly an Apache helicopter. Now, she’s inspiring others by sharing the lessons she’s learning and shining a light on other female trailblazers.

How We Built the New Tiller Budget for Google Sheets

Tiller Team Seattle

Sometimes in product development, disparate feature requests when considered holistically combine to realize a solution greater than the sum of the parts. When such a sprint comes together it feels exhilarating, magical. Ultimately, Budget 2.0 resolved 11 distinct epics from our budget feature-request backlog. We hope you’ll agree that budgeting in a spreadsheet is now more powerful than ever.