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An Inside Look at Our Event with Lifion by ADP

On March 28th, PowerToFly partnered with Lifion by ADP, the world's leading provider of Human Capital Management technology and solutions, to host a gathering for New York based women in tech.

Here's what one attendee had to say about the event: "It was an amazing event. Thanks for making me a part of it."


The evening kicked off with a brief but inspiring welcome from ADP's Chief Diversity & Corporate Social Responsibility Officer Rita Mitjans, who introduced Roopinder Virk, Head of People Ops at Lifion by ADP to deliver the evening's keynote address.

Next up, Technical Product Manager Brianne Wilson commanded the room for a rousing tech talk that touched on not only Lifion by ADP's tech process but also the importance of women in STEM as a whole. Brianne even managed to illicit a rare applause break from our audience.

We then transitioned into an in-depth panel discussion, moderated by PowerToFly CoFounder Milena Berry, the panel included:

After an audience Q&A, the night wrapped up with plenty of more opportunities for our attendees to network with both members of the Lifion by ADP team plus their peers over food and drinks.

ADP by Lifion is hiring. Their benefits include a matched 401K, career development & mentoring opportunities, an employee stock purchase plan, tuition reimbursement, a charitable contribution match, and more. Visit their page on PowerToFly to learn about open roles.

Members of the Lifion by ADP team

Members of the Lifion by ADP team

Members of the Lifion by ADP team

PowerToFly's Milena Berry

PowerToFly's Milena Berry welcomes our audience

Roopinder Virk delivers her keynote address

Brianne Wilson leads the night's tech talk

Our audience received an inside look at Lifion by ADP's company culture

Our panel discussion

Our audience

Taking questions from the audience

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