An Invite-Only Evening with MINDBODY’s Women Tech Leaders
This event will be a great fit for software engineers and QA engineers with 2+ years of experience. If you would like to attend this event, please email email@example.com to be considered for an invite.
MINDBODY, the cloud-based platform that powers wellness bookings, is partnering with PowerToFly for an exclusive women in tech event. This invite-only evening will include a panel with MINDBODY's tech leaders, as well as a behind the scenes look into product builds.
After the program, we will leave time for you to network with top women in your field and MINDBODY's executive team.
Agenda (Subject to Change):
6:00pm - Check-In & Networking over Light Food & Drinks
6:20pm - Event Kickoff with PowerToFly
6:25pm - Welcome & Opening Remarks
Aaron Taylor, Director, Software Engineering
6:35pm - Product Demo with Regina Bogan, Senior Product Manager
6:55pm - Panel Discussion
Kelly Irish, Software Engineer IV
Emily Levandowski, QA Manager
Mary Ontiveros, Manager, Software Engineering
Regina Bogan, Senior Product Manager
Amanda Adams, Director of Project Management
7:15pm - Audience Q&A with the Panel
7:35pm - Closing Remarks
7:40pm - Networking resumes over Light Food & Drinks
Although this is a networking event, you don't have to be looking for a job to attend. MINDBODY is hiring. Their competitive benefits include 20 vacation days per year, an employee stock purchase plan, monthly wellness vouchers (of course), three onsite massage therapists and over 25 daily items at their in-house bistro.
Follow MINDBODY on PowerToFly for updates about more events and open roles.
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