1218 Third Avenue, 3rd Floor
Seattle WA 98101
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March was Women's History Month. Join us as we kick off April by profiling some women currently making history. Featuring trailblazing women in tech, we'll hear the stories of three highly successful women from different fields within the tech industry. Afterwards, we'll open up the floor for an hour of networking with panelists and attendees.
Attendees will: Have the opportunity to connect with other women involved in the NYC tech community. Share their own stories about working in or breaking into the industry. Meet three successful women in tech who have accomplished their own career goals.
Melissa Perri is an experienced Product Manager and UX Designer from New York City. She is the founder of ProdUX Labs (produxlabs.com), a consultancy that specializes in UX Design, Product Strategy, and Lean Startup. Previously she was the CEO of FlowsBy, incubated at the Techpeaks Accelerator in Italy. She has also worked at two startups in New York, as lead UX designer at Conductor and as a Product Manager at OpenSky. Having held various positions inside techcompanies from software engineer to designer, Melissa is passionate about understanding all sides of the development cycle, and using it to help teams work together effectively. A firm believer in lean methodologies and measurable design,Melissa teaches workshops and classes to help companies learn how to incorporate these methods. She also coaches and speaks about Lean UX and Lean Product at global conferences, most recently at Lean Agile Scotland. Melissa holds a B.S. in Operations Research and Information Engineering from Cornell University. Maddy Maxey:
An ever-curious 20 year old, passionate about all things fashionable and technological. Currently, building her 2nd company, CRATED wearables lab under the Thiel Fellowship.
Proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to support the Girls Who Code organization.
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