Check Out Pics from Our Great Lunch with New Relic's Women Leaders in Sales & Marketing
On December 11th, two of PowerToFly's own sales leaders, Cristina Duke and Amanda Bender, traveled to San Francisco to co-host a lunchtime event with New Relic, a cloud-based platform that gives developers, engineers, operations, and management a clear view of what's happening in today's complex software environments. This event highlighted New Relic's women leaders in sales, technical sales, and marketing and featured an invite-only audience of skilled professionals also in those fields. (By the way, New Relic is hiring in those fields and you can view their open roles HERE.)
The afternoon kicked off with networking over scrumptious small bites and refreshments prior to welcome remarks by Cristina, PowerToFly's Head of Sales and Customer Success. Next up, New Relic's Tracy Williams, Vice President, Global Business Partner Group delivered a brief keynotes address where she dove deeper into New Relic's culture and diversity & inclusion programs.
Next up, Tracy joined an esteemed panel of women leaders throughout New Relic for an intimate fireside chat and audience Q&A. New Relic speakers included:
- Nada DaVeiga, GVP of Solutions Consulting
- Francine Anthony, Senior Director of Global Partner Marketing
- Sara Coady, GVP, Enterprise Sales
- Tracy Kraft, VP, Marketing
- Amy Morrison, Senior Recruiter and Corporate Wellness/Fitness Leader
New Relic is hiring! Their Women at New Relic employee resource group frequently hosts fireside chats, lunch & learns, and events such as International Women's Day celebrations, their "Dress for Success" clothing drive, conversations on "How to Identify and Interrupt Gender Bias" and more.
A great crowd!
PowerToFly's Cristina Duke kicked off our programming.
Our inspiring panel speakers during the afternoon's fireside chat.
New Relic leaders took questions from the audience.
What a great afternoon!
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