Verizon + PowerToFly Present A Webinar on Being a Female Tech Sales Leader
Many of us rely on Verizon's services everyday and now is your chance to meet the women that make it all possible and learn more about joining the team yourself. PowerToFly would like to invite you and a select group of women for an exclusive webinar with some of the female sales leaders behind one of the world's tech giants.
Verizon is looking to build a diverse and inclusive sales team that will be spread out all over the country, from NYC to LA and pretty much everywhere in-between! Our diverse and experienced panel will discuss their histories in technology sales, share advice on overcoming career hurdles and discuss their workplace culture, especially when it comes to diversity. We will also open up the webinar for questions from you, whether they are on sales strategy or workplace environment, and share information about how you can join these amazing women at Verizon.
Panelists will include:
- Debika Bhattacharya, Vice President - Global PreSales Solutions
- Gabriela Godoy, Senior Manager Pre-Sales Solutions
- Heather Nevill, Senior Manager Advanced Technology Solutions Architecture
The digital world promises consumers a better, more connected life, and we're the ones delivering it. We make it possible for people to stay in touch and businesses to connect with their customers. We're also bringing technology and hands-on learning opportunities directly to kids who need it most. Our goal is to inspire tomorrow's creators to use technology to build brighter futures for themselves, their families and the world.
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All RSVP'd attendees are welcome, regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, gender identity, pregnancy, physical or mental disability, or age.
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