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We Loved Meeting S&P Global's Women Tech Leaders in Denver

Denver has become one of the most rapidly rising tech hubs in the United States and PowerToFly was thrilled to be back in the Mile-High City for our second event on October 24th which was also our second event with industry giant S&P Global.

Hosted by PowerToFly's CEO Milena Berry, this special invite-only evening began with a keynote address by Marcus Daley, CTO, S&P Global Ratings, who spoke more about S&P Global's mission and company culture. Next up, Grace Bang, Data Scientist, Product Development, walked our audience through a product demo on Project Discovery, an AI-driven system that augments and enhances the analytical process.

Grace then joined an expansive panel discussion that dove into our panelists' career journeys and further explored life at S&P Global. Our other impressive panelists included:

The night closed out with plenty of additional networking time and fun swag bags for our attendees.

Visit S&P Global's page on PowerToFly to learn more about their open opportunities and benefits, including flexible work arrangements and remote opportunities.

S&P Global provides essential intelligence for companies, governments and individuals to make decisions with conviction. Our legacy is built on an unwavering ability to deliver data and insights that are vital to the world's economy. Today, we are creating a path to tomorrow's future by harnessing the power of cutting-edge technologies such as machine learning, artificial intelligence and robotics. We are committed to driving unparalleled value for our customers and giving our employees the means—as well as the data, analysis and insights—to have a profound impact on the world.

All set for our event!

What a great crowd!

PowerToFly's Milena Berry welcomes our guests.

S&P Global's Marcus Daley delivers his keynote address.

Marcus provided an overview of S&P Global's mission.

It's a full house at our event!

Our panel answers questions from the audience.

Another look at our panel.

Milena meets some of our attendees.

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