Join Me at Our Event with Morgan Stanley in Bengaluru
I'm Deveshe Dutt, Account Executive at PowerToFly.
As PowerToFly's first ever employee, I was thrilled to be chosen to host our first event in India and I wanted to extend a special invitation for you to join me
We are presenting this special event in collaboration with Morgan Stanley in Bengaluru on Friday, March 6th. I'll be flying in from Goa to host and I really hope to see you there.
Want to hear more? JUST REGISTER FOR OUR EVENT ON 3/6
If you register for this event, you'll join an attendee list that already includes esteemed women leaders in senior technical roles including:
- Staff Engineer at Intuit
- Vice President at Deutsche Bank
- Vice President at Goldman Sachs
- Technical Leader at Cisco Systems
- Technical Architect at DXC
Speakers at the event from Morgan Stanley will include:
- Chakra Mantena, Managing Director
- Mona Eldam, Managing Director
- Subhash Mangipudi, Executive Director & Distinguished Engineer
- Swapna Apte, Executive Director
- Beena Rai, Vice President
- Sanjana Sharma, Vice President
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