Join New Relic + PowerToFly For A Networking Lunch for Women In Sales, Marketing & More
Do you have lunch plans on December 11th? Join New Relic and PowerToFly at an invite-only lunch & learn for experienced sales, marketing and people operations professionals like yourself. This intimate salon will include a fireside chat featuring New Relic's women leaders plus plenty of time to network over complimentary food and refreshments.
New Relic is a cloud-based platform that gives developers, engineers, operations, and management a clear view of what's happening in today's complex software environments. More than 50% of the Fortune 100 rely on New Relic every day to help them solve their toughest business challenges. Some of New Relics over 17,000 customers include Condé Nast, Adobe, H&R Block, Hearst, REI, Wix, and many, many more.
This intimate gathering will take place on Wednesday, December 11th from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm at New Relic HQ, located at 188 Spear Street, Suite 1000, San Francisco. PowerToFly will provide a complimentary Lyft code to help you get home after the event.
Speakers from New Relic will include:
- Tracy Williams, Vice President, Global Business Partner Group
- Nada DaVeiga, GVP of Solutions Consulting
- Francine Anthony, Senior Director of Global Partner Marketing
- Sara Coady, GVP, Enterprise Sales
- Tracy Kraft, VP, Marketing
- Amy Morrison, Senior Recruiter and Corporate Wellness/Fitness Leader
New Relic's women leaders and allies will discuss sales strategies, industry trends, their career journeys company culture and are looking forward to answering your questions.
New Relic is hiring! Their Women at New Relic employee resource group frequently hosts fireside chats, lunch & learns, and events such as International Women's Day celebrations, their "Dress for Success" clothing drive, conversations on "How to Identify and Interrupt Gender Bias" and more.
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