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Women Leaders at Symantec Want To Meet You

This is an invite-only event for women in technology. Contact hi@powertofly.com for the event password if you think this event would be a good fit for your skill set.

Join us on March 13th to meet women leaders at Symantec, Norton and LifeLock who are working to keep your data safe. The event will include a conversation with Symantec's Chief Information Officer Sheila Jordan, and we'll conclude with networking so you can connect with other top women in tech and Symantec's executives.

Register now to claim a spot!

The evening will include a keynote address by Symantec's Chief Human Resources Officer Amy Cappellanti-Wolf as well as an audience Q&A with Lily De Los Rios, VP Product Delivery; Karen Buffo, Senior Director, Strategic Planning, Cyber Security Services and Aletha Parker-Wood, Sr. Principal Research Engineer & Manager.

During this event, you can also hear how Symantec is actively working to increase their number of women and underrepresented minority employees by 2020.

Also, Symantec is hiring! Their benefits include comprehensive health and well-being offerings including medical, dental and vision insurance as well as wellness incentives, voluntary benefits and a flexible workplace. To learn more about Symantec and their open opportunities, visit their page at PowerToFly.

About our Events: All RSVP'd attendees are welcome, regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, gender identity, pregnancy, physical or mental disability, or age. If you require accommodation to fully participate in this event, please email talentgrowth@powertofly.com, and we will contact you to discuss your specific needs.


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