Watch Our Virtual Event with New Relic
PowerToFly was thrilled to partner with New Relics' women leaders and male allies to learn about their platform and discuss how the company supports equity and inclusion. New Relic shared insight into why the world's best software and DevOps teams rely on their expertise and how a diverse workforce has helped them achieve the highest revenue of any pure cloud-based observability platform.
Speakers from New Relic included:
- Caroline Brennan, Manager of SDR
- Hilke Fredheim, Vice President of Marketing
- Guro McCrea, Senior Director Solution Consulting
- Mariia Shamota, Manager of Software Engineering
- Tracy Williams, VP, Global Business Partner Group and Chief Diversity Officer
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