PowerToFly + Wayfair Hosted Women Tech Leaders in Boston
On September 19th, PowerToFly partnered with Wayfair to host a special evening where Wayfair's women tech leaders shared their favorite projects, dove into their career journeys, answered audience questions, and discussed how they use technology and innovation to transform the way we buy online.
Speakers from Wayfair included:
- Susan Kelly, Associate Director, Storefront Attract and Retain
- Leen Huynh, Software Engineer
- Taylor Higgins, Product Performance Manager
- Steve Crusenberry, Global Head of Infrastructure and Platforms
Wayfair is hiring! They have been named one of the "Top Places to Work 2018" by The Boston Globe, "Best Workplaces in Retail" by Fortune Magazine, and one of "America's Most Promising Company" by Forbes.
PowerToFly's Jamie Lipiner and Abbie Vachon with the Wayfair team set-up for the event.
A packed house!
The evening included a tech talk by Taylor Higgins.
Launching into our panel discussion.
Another shot of our panel.
Our panel takes questions from the audience.
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