On what makes S&P Global a top place for working mothers
Irina Andriano builds digital worlds and juggles a lot both in and out of the office as a Global Manager in IT Product Management at S&P Global. We had the pleasure of talking to Irina about why she thinks more PowerToFly members should join her and what makes S&P Global a top place for women and especially working mothers. See the interview with Irina below to learn more.
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After discovering what really made me happy (making bagels from scratch) and what made me not so happy (how I felt after eating a ton of bagels from scratch), and my savings started to dwindle, I decided I needed to figure out how to get back to work after my career break.
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