PowerToFly was so happy to be back in Seattle for another amazing evening of women in tech on December 5th. Sponsored by MAKERS Workspaces and held at their spacious, wood-accent venue in the Pikes Place Market neighborhood, the event featured three fast-growing Seattle startups: Convoy, who is changing the way companies think about trucking; Smartsheet, a cloud-based platform that makes it easier for teams to share and collaborate; and Stripe, who help power millions of businesses in 100+ countries and across nearly every industry by providing a set of tools for building and running an internet business.
PowerToFly was thrilled to partner with Convoy, Smartsheet and Stripe to present a women in tech networking event in Seattle at MAKERS Workspaces.
Our panel discussion featuring Clara Yuan, Data Scientist at Convoy; Alicia Luengo, Software Engineer at Stripe; and Carissa Cecil, Software Development Manager at Smartsheet.
A packed house!
Our panel took questions from the audience.
More from our panel discussion.
Our special guest Chiquita!
Stripe is a set of tools for building and running an internet business. They help businesses accept payments from anyone, anywhere, and build new kinds of companies like Lyft or Kickstarter. Internally, they say their goal is to increase the GDP of the internet---they want to bring more businesses online worldwide.
That's where Tara comes in. She's a key member of the Stripe team helping to scale the business and create a better user experience for all.
"Stripe sets the bar really high for everyone that works here, no matter the role or function."
Interesting in learning more? Click here to check out all of the open opportunities at Stripe, and don't forget to press 'Follow'!
Stripe co-founders John & Patrick Collison discuss diversity in the tech industry with Emily Chang on "Bloomberg's Studio 1.0."
Looking for a set of tools to take your online business to the next level? Look no further. Stripe helps businesses accept payments from anyone, anywhere, and build new kinds of companies like Lyft or Kickstarter. Internally, they say their goal is to increase the GDP of the internet---they want to bring more businesses online worldwide.
Their co-founders have a similar idea for the culture of their company. They are looking for diverse talent of all backgrounds to work hard and create a better economic future for everyone!
Click here to check out all of their openings and don't forget to press 'Follow'!