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A Look at Our Evening with NBCUniversal's Cybersecurity Leaders

On May 14th, PowerToFly partnered with NBCUniversal's Operations & Technology Talent Acquisition Team to present their 2nd Annual Women in Tech Talent Connect event. Taking place at the iconic 30 Rockefeller Plaza, women in cybersecurity had the chance to learn from a panel of NBCUniversal's women tech leaders in cybersecurity and network with their peers.

Speakers from NBCUniversal included:

  • Andrea Abell, Chief Information Security Officer
  • Michael Bradshaw, EVP & CIO NBCUniversal
  • Jill Cusick, Director Talent & Organizational Development
  • Ingrid Jones, Senior Director, Identity Operations
  • Jessica Opet, Director PMO
  • Yasmine Abdillahi, Senior Director Risk Management and Information Assurance
  • Marissa Johnson, Director, Business Information Security Officer
  • Suzan Vulaj, Director, Talent Acquisition - Operations & Technology
NBCUniversal is hiring! NBCU is considered one of the world's leading media and entertainment companies, and proud to delivers content that entertains, informs and shapes our world. Some of their great benefits include a 401(k), an onsite gym, top-notch medical & dental coverage, sneak peaks to movie premieres, and annual passes to the Universal Theme Parks!
Follow NBCUniversal on PowerToFly to learn about upcoming events and open roles.

Our amazing panel of women leaders from NBCUniversal


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