PowerToFly Got Social with Nextdoor in San Francisco
On September 18th, PowerToFly partnered with Nextdoor, the world's largest social network for the neighborhood, to host an invite-only night of networking and discussions for women in tech. We were especially thrilled because the evening included a special (and inspiring) keynote address by Nextdoor's CEO Sarah Friar.
Hosted by PowerToFly's Senior Manager of Marketing and Community Lauren Hagerty, other Nextdoor speakers at the event included:
- Madeeha Ghori, Software Engineer
- Daniel Masquelier, Software Engineer
- Tatyana Mamut, Head of Product
- Elena Luneva, Head of Local, Product
- Nasim Farsinia, Product Manager
- Riya Singh, Engineering Manager
- Hilary Broch, Research
- Christine Foo, Design
Nextdoor is hiring. Their competitive benefits include pre-tax commuter benefits, a 401K plan, a monthly gym stipend, an annual learning and development stipends and more.
Networking at the event.
Great view from Nextdoor's office.
A delicious spread.
A great chance to network with your peers.
A great night!
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