Exclusive: An Evening with Sephora's CIO and Women in Tech
Sephora's CIO and leadership team want to meet you!
Join us at Sephora's San Francisco headquarters for an exclusive, invite-only, event where you can learn about the tech behind one of the world's most influential women-focused brands.
Following an introduction by Sephora's CIO, Savio Thattil, you'll get the opportunity to look at some of the latest products Sephora is building and listen to a panel, moderated by PowerToFly's Co-Founder and President, Katharine Zaleski.
Afterwards, stick around to network with the other top women in your field who have been invited by PowerToFly and Sephora.
6:00 pm – Check-In
6:30 pm – Opening Remarks by Savio Thattil, Sephora's CIO
6:45 pm – Product Demonstration
- Johanna Markus, Sr. Director of the Sephora Innovation Lab will present some of Sephora's latest app developments and showcase their innovative Sephora Virtual Artist app, which allows users to create new looks in a 3D live experience.
7:00 pm – Panel Discussion on diversity, innovation and life at Sephora moderated by Katharine Zaleski and featuring representatives from Sephora including:
- Wanda Ma, VP of Information Technology
- Aruna Dasari, Director of IT Merchandising Systems
- Rebecca Mathews, Director of Program Management Office
- Prarthana Prasad, Senior Director of Quality Assurance
7:45 pm – Q&A with panelists
8:00 pm – Networking with other top women in your field and Sephora executives over light appetizers.
About our Events:
Everyone is welcome as long as you're interested in the subject matter and with us to create more inclusive and diverse environments. Want to learn more about PowerToFly and future events?
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