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PwC

Watch Our Recent Virtual Event with PwC's Women Leaders

PowerToFly was thrilled to sit down with several impressive women leaders at PwC to learn more about women in technology roles at PwC, our speakers fascinating careers and how the firm is preparing for the marketplace of the future.

During the event, PwC's team shared insight into their inclusive culture, commitment to well-being, employee benefits and more. Attendees had the opportunity to network and hear how they are driving digital transformation and evolving how work is performed in the areas of assurance, tax and consulting services.

WATCH THE VIRTUAL EVENT HERE

Speakers at the event included:

  • Olga Harris, Analytics & Technology Consulting Director
  • TraLiza King, Tax Senior Manager
  • Michele Wong, Tax Technology Director
  • Sasha Dos Santos, PwC Labs Senior Manager
  • Shradha Sharma, Technology Consulting Manager

At PwC, their people are powered by innovation and technology to turn today's ideas into tomorrow's solutions. The firm is committed to providing an inclusive culture grounded in equality and well-being that supports continuous development of its professional. Their teams work every day to solve important problems together—for their clients, communities and the world at large.

PwC is hiring and would love to connect with skilled professionals.
Talent

Best Work-From-Home Jobs to Apply to in 2021

10 Full-Time Roles You Can Do Remotely! [Updated Sept 2021]

[This article was updated September 20, 2021]

Work-from-home jobs sometimes get a bad reputation: low pay, repetitive work, micromanagement... the list goes on. But if one good thing has come out of 2020, it's that it's redefined working from home. Remote work has come a long way, and the opportunities to work from home in 2021 are more promising than ever before.

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Lockheed Martin

Transitioning from College to a Professional Career—Tips from Lockheed Martin’s Ashley Lovett

No two days look alike for Lockheed Martin's Diversity and Inclusion Analyst, Ashley Lovett. "I like variety," she says. " If I have the same routine every day, I can easily get bored."

Whether it be restructuring her work day or switching up her workout routine, Ashley always looks for a way to spice things up. "Maybe I'll go running with my dog or go to the gym and do yoga or spin classes," Ashley explains. "It just depends on the day."

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American Express Company

Moving Up (And Around) the Career Ladder: Three Tips for Professional Growth from American Express’ Karina Alvarez Silverstein

Any seasoned professional can tell you that advancing in your career isn't only about moving up the ladder, it's also about moving around it. Karina Alvarez Silverstein, Engineering Vice President at American Express has done just that during her 12-year tenure with the payments company. "I love finding new challenges when I have an itch for something new," says Karina. Her career growth at American Express has allowed her to increase professional impact without having to switch companies.

We sat down with Karina to learn more about her career journey and glean some key lessons for steady career growth.

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Moody's Corporation

More Responsible Capitalism? Insight on Building the Future of Finance with Moody’s Lisa Stanton

What does climate change have to do with investments? A lot, if you're Lisa Stanton.

As the Head of Global Sales and Client Service for Moody's ESG Solutions, Lisa spends much of her time working through her inbound inquiry list, talking to companies of all sizes and industries about the shift towards more responsible capitalism and how to understand the climate risks they face.

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Offerup-inc

3 Things Managers Can do to Support Their Employees' Career Growth from OfferUp’s Martha Arellano

Martha Arellano is A/B testing her succulents.

This isn't terribly out of character for the longtime programmer and technical manager who "grew up loving math and computers."

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