A Look at Our Recent Event with American Express in Phoenix

On March 6th, PowerToFly was proud to partner with industry giant American Express for our second event in Phoenix and our fourth event overall.

Moderated by PowerToFly's Cristina Duke, this invite-only event featured informative tech talks on some of Amex's cutting edge products, an inspiring panel discussion that included some of American Express' women tech leaders, an audience Q&A and plenty of time for our over fifty attendees to network with our speakers, other members of the American Express team and each other.

Speakers at the event included:

Here's what one attendee had to say about the night: "It was a wonderful experience at AMEX yesterday. Perhaps, one of the best networking events I've been to where people genuinely wanted to share their experiences and help the others."

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Keynote speaker Ann Barron-DiCamillo

Amex's Shilpa Dhopate leads part of the night's tech talk

Our packed house listens intently.

Amex's Shilpa Dhopate

Amex's Scott Parker

Amex's Amaris Connor

Our panel of Amex leaders

Another look at our panel

Our panel answers questions from the audience

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