Featuring women leaders from AppNexus, Bluecore, Stash Invest and Thrive Global
PowerToFly recently partnered with four amazing New York companies, AppNexus, Bluecore, Stash Invest and Thrive Global to present an evening of networking and panel discussions at Rise NYC. Guests had an opportunity to network with women tech leaders and the other executives from our four featured companies as well as their fellow women in tech.
An energetic, insightful panel, moderated by PowerToFly CoFounder & CEO Milena Berry, featured four passionate women leaders, including:
Doa Jafri, Director of Engineering at Thrive Global
Bahar Shah, Software Engineer at Bluecore
Bavitha Sokhi, Lead Software Engineer at Stash Invest
Theresa "Tvu" Vu, Senior Vice President of Engineering, AppNexus
Fidelity Investments aims to make financial expertise broadly accessible and effective in helping people live the lives they want. Fidelity knows that hiring and retaining women at all stages of their careers is essential in achieving this mission and providing all of their customers with the best possible experience.
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Audible believes that companies can have hearts and souls and missions that transcend financial success — what a company means vs. what a company does.
If you're interested in joining their team, check out this video from our recent event in Newark, NJ, and visit Audible's page on PowerToFly to learn more about the company and their open roles.
Here's what one attendee had to say about the event:"Had an amazing time. Very informative and very impressed with the Audible footprint in Newark!"
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