Exclusive Evening with Women Leading San Francisco’s Top Startups
This event is a great fit for mid to senior software engineers, fullstack engineers, and product managers. If you are interested in attending, please email hi@powertofly for an invite.
PowerToFly is excited to introduce you to women tech leaders at some of San Francisco's most exciting companies including Dropbox, Helix, LendingClub and Thrive Global. The evening will also include an opportunity for you to network with your fellow women in tech over cocktails and light food.
The event takes place on Thursday, September 13th from 6pm to 8pm at ConnectionsSF, located at 424 Clay Street, San Francisco, CA 94111.
Dropbox is a leading global collaboration platform that's transforming the way people work together, from the smallest business to the largest enterprise. With more than 500 million registered users across more than 180 countries, our mission is to unleash the world's creative energy by designing a more enlightened way of working.
LendingClub is America's largest online marketplace connecting borrowers and investors, facilitating personal loans, business loans, and financing for elective medical procedures and K-12 education and tutoring. Borrowers access lower interest rate loans through a fast and easy online or mobile interface. Investors provide the capital to enable many of the loans in exchange for earning interest.
Helix is a personal genomics company with the mission to empower every person to improve their life through DNA. Helix's products can help you map your ancestry, inform you how your genetic makeup is affected by sleep and caffeine, suggest your optimal diet and exercise plan and even recommend wine that's tailored to your DNA. With total funding of over $300 million, Helix has offices in San Carlos, San Diego, San Francisco, and Denver.
Thrive Global's mission is to end the stress and burnout epidemic by offering companies and individuals sustainable, science-based solutions to enhance both well-being and performance. Founded by CEO Arianna Huffington, Thrive Global relies on science and tech to help individuals prioritize well-being as well as increase their capacity for decision-making, creativity and productivity.
Agenda (Subject to Change)
6:00pm - Check-In & Networking over Drinks and Light Food
6:30pm - Event Kickoff with ConnectionsSF
6:35pm - Introductory Remarks by PowerToFly
6:40pm - Panel Discussion featuring
Rani Powers, Computational Biologist at Helix
Yardley Pohl, Chief Product Officer at Thrive
Aisha Ferrazares, Software Engineer/Tech Lead at Dropbox
TBD Speaker from LendingClub
6:55pm - Audience Q&A
7:10pm - Networking over Drinks and Light Food
About the Venue:ConnectionsSF is a modern, full-service flex work space for mobile professionals, start-ups, small businesses and independent consultants. Offerings include permanent and shared desks, private offices, and meeting and event spaces, all including fantastic amenities, free coffee and free snacks.
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