PowerToFly's Head of Sales (and Former Dell Employee) Invites You to Our Virtual Seminar with Dell Technologies Services
Cristina Duke here, PowerToFly's Head of Sales and Customer Success. I'm also a former Dell employee and while I LOVE my current home, my PowerToFly colleagues are always joking about how often I talk about my amazing experiences at Dell. It's in a large part thanks to the resources and programs that Dell offered that I'm the sales leader I am today. They truly value professional growth, mentorship and flexible/remote culture like few other companies.
That's why I am excited to invite you to a virtual seminar that PowerToFly is hosting with Dell Technologies Services on January 22nd from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM EST (8:00 AM to 9:00 AM PST).
This virtual chat will be moderated by PowerToFly's CoFounder Katharine Zaleski and will include a truly impressive panel of women leaders from Dell Technologies Services including Louise Worley, Vice President, Product Group PMO; Cris Villanueva, Senior Director for Global Takeback; and Laura Crum, Senior Manager, Tech Support PMO who will be discussing current projects, their career journeys and working remotely.
If you want to learn more about me and this exciting virtual event, just watch the video above or click HERE.
And don't forget to RSVP! You won't want to miss it.
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