Thanks for Registering for Our Event with New Relic!
Thank you so much for registering for PowerToFly's event with New Relic on Wednesday, December 11th from 12:00pm to 1:00pm. We are so happy you'll be joining us!
Before you attend, we kindly ask that you complete a brief questionnaire so that both PowerToFly and New Relic can learn more about you. Just reconfirm that you are attending the event on 12/11 and complete the questions. It should just take 2-minutes and this information will help us create the best information possible.
Please note that all attendees will be required to supply the requested information prior to attending the event. Questions? Just shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks again for your interest in PowerToFly and New Relic and we'll see you on 12/11.
How to Grow Your Career Without Leaving Your Company: A Conversation with Greenhouse's Lauren Allanson
Lauren Allanson has had three jobs in five years and hasn't had to move offices once.
That's because all of her recent career changes have been at Greenhouse, the hiring software company, headquartered in New York. Lauren began working there as a recruiter, then moved into product management before becoming a project manager.
This edition of our career spotlight series features Caitlin Flint, Group Design Manager at Intuit.
Caitlin's career began at the Advancement Project, a civil rights nonprofit focused on large-scale systemic change to remedy inequity. There, she had the opportunity to work on mapping software for California's first-ever open redistricting process, which ignited her passion for improving people's lives at scale. This made her a natural fit for a role on Intuit's design team, where she has worked for the past six years. Caitlin earned her B.A. in Design from the University of California in Davis, where she specialized in Visual Communications.
A five-step framework for addressing systematic racism at work
The world has changed in the past few weeks.
We're watching corporations and organizations across the world come out in support of Black lives in droves. Many of those organizations are doing so for the first time in their history.
A Conversation with Surescripts' Terri Policy
If evening is rolling around and Terri Policy hasn't yet met her step goal, her Apple Watch dings at her. "I get this little cheering on at the end of the day saying to me, 'You can still do it!' And I think, of course I can still do it. I don't need those little pats on the back to meet my goals, particularly when it is something that is important to me," says Terri.