Tech Talks With Women Building The Future Of Wellness At WW (formerly Weight Watchers)
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Weight Watchers has relaunched as WW. They are now a company dedicated to becoming the world's partner in wellness.
PowerToFly has partnered with WW for a series of tech talks led by women who are on the forefront of the company's transformation.
The event will take place on Thursday, March 14th from 6pm to 8pm at 675 6th Avenue, 6th Floor, New York.
Agenda (Subject to Change):
- 6:00pm - Check-In and Networking over Light Food and Drinks
- 6:20pm - Kickoff with PowerToFly
- 6:25pm - Welcome & Introduction by Michael Lysaght, CTO of WW
- 6:35pm - Tech Talk with Kayley Seder, Manager, Agile Project Management
- 6:45pm - Panel Discussion featuring women tech leaders at WW
- 7:00pm - Audience Q&A
- 7:20pm - Networking continues over Light Food & Drinks
Topics for the evening will including WW's work with Android and the process of integrating with conversational AI such as Amazon's Alexa and Google Home. We will also discuss WW's recent rebranding and their employee resource groups like Women in Tech are helping WW's women engineers take their careers to the next level.
Also, WW is hiring! To learn more about WW and their open positions, visit their page on PowerToFly.
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Unfortunately, PowerToFly and WW cannot admit outside recruiters to this particular event. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about this policy.
About WW: WW is looking for candidates to help change people's lives. We are a global wellness technology company inspiring millions of people to adopt healthy habits for real life. We do this through engaging digital experiences, face-to-face workshops and sustainable programs that encompass healthy eating, physical activity and positive mindset. By drawing on over five decades of experience and expertise in behavioral science, we build communities in order to deliver wellness for all.
- About WW | Wellness that Works - PowerToFly Blog ›
- Working At WW - PowerToFly Blog ›
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