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Our Night in Tempe with Carvana's Women Leaders

Check out Carvana on PowerToFly to learn about their open roles!

On July 31st, PowerToFly traveled to Tempe, Arizona to host an inclusive evening of networking and discussions featuring women leaders and allies at Carvana, an online platform disrupting the auto industry by changing the way people buy cars.

Hosted by PowerToFly's Amy Trappey, our guests had plenty of opportunities to network over food and drinks and to hear directly from the Carvana's leaders who have made the company Forbes' "5th Most Promising Company in the U.S".

Speakers at the event included:

If you're considering new opportunities, Carvana is hiring, and they're looking for good people to join their team - they hire quality character over impressive skill-set every single time.

All photos by Robert Humanski

PowerToFly's Lauren Hagerty checks in guests.

Networking before the event begins.

Amazing refreshments to enjoy.

Dan Gill kicks off the evening.

A strategy talk by Christina Keiser

Our panel of women leaders at Carvana.

More networking time.

Enjoying some Carvana swag!

PowerToFly's Amy Trappey and Lauren Hagerty celebrate a great night.

A perfect end to an amazing evening.

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