An Invite Only Evening with S&P Global’s CTO/COO and Women Tech Leaders
Join us for an exclusive women in tech event with the Chief Technology Officer & Chief Operating Officer for S&P Global Market Intelligence, Nick Cafferillo. Nick will also be joined by five amazing women tech leaders at S&P Global who are ready to take your questions.
The event will take place on Wednesday, November 7th from 5:30pm to 7:30pm at 212 7th Street NE, Charlottesville.
Agenda (Subject to Change)
- 5:30pm - Check-In & Networking over drinks and light food
- 5:45pm - Event Kickoff with PowerToFly
- 5:50pm - Keynote Address by Nick Cafferillo, Chief Technology Officer & Chief Operating Officer for S&P Global Market Intelligence
- 6:00pm - Panel Discussion featuring S&P Global's:
- Aleks Hagy - Sr. Director, Project Management/Business Analysis
- Meredith Polson - Sr. Business Analyst
- Kerry Guerrero - Sr. Data Scientist III
- Jodi Barrington - Sr. Manager, Software Development
- Autumn Wade - Director, IT Project Management
- 6:20pm - Audience Q&A
- 6:40pm - Closing Remarks
- 6:45pm - Networking resumes over drinks and light food
This event will be a great opportunity to network with the S&P Global team and top women in the Charlottesville women-in-tech community.
While you don't need to be be looking for new opportunities to attend the event, S&P Global is hiring. Visit their page on PowerToFly to learn more about their open opportunities and benefits, including flexible work arrangements and remote opportunities.
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About S&P Global: S&P Global provides essential intelligence for companies, governments and individuals to make decisions with conviction. Our legacy is built on an unwavering ability to deliver data and insights that are vital to the world's economy. Today, we are creating a path to tomorrow's future by harnessing the power of cutting-edge technologies such as machine learning, artificial intelligence and robotics. We are committed to driving unparalleled value for our customers and giving our employees the means—as well as the data, analysis and insights—to have a profound impact on the world.
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