Network with the Women Tech Leaders of WW (formerly Weight Watchers) - CHECK OUT PHOTOS FROM THE EVENT!
Scroll below to see photos from the 9/12/19 event and be sure to visit WW on PowerToFly to view their open roles.
Weight Watchers has relaunched as WW, celebrating "Wellness that Works". They are now a company dedicated to becoming the world's partner in wellness.
PowerToFly is pleased to partner with WW for our second night of tech talks and networking highlighting the women tech leaders who are transforming both WW and the wellness industry as a whole.
The event will take place on Thursday, September 12th from 6pm to 8:30pm at 675 6th Avenue, 6th Floor, New York.
- 6:00pm - Check-In and Networking over Light Food and Drinks
- 6:30pm - Kickoff with PowerToFly
- 6:35pm - Welcome & Introduction by Kimberly Salerno, VP, Quality Engineering
- 6:45pm - Panel Tech Talks from WW focusing on:
- 7:45pm - Audience Q&A
- 8:00pm - Networking continues over Light Food & Drinks
This invite-only event will feature insightful discussions of WW's products, a panel discussion with women tech leaders who will share their career journeys and plenty of opportunities for audience Q&A.
Also, WW is hiring! To learn more about WW and their open positions, visit their page on PowerToFly.
Fun WW swag at the event!
Welcome to the WW office!
WW's Laura Price presents her tech talk to a full house.
WW's Justin Hazard discusses cyber security.
Datta Dixit talks software engineering at WW.
Mary Liu wraps up the night's tech talks by discussing software engineering in test.
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