Join Asana on Wednesday, January 11, 2017 from 5:30pm to 8pm for an evening of insightful conversation with our engineering and business teams, dinner, drinks and networking!
Learn about the product we’re building and how we collaborate internally at Asana.
Think back to the last time you were deep in the zone—time flew by and the work flowed through you almost effortlessly. That’s how working together should be. But instead, information is scattered and responsibilities are unclear. Work is chaotic, and it’s time for that to change. At Asana, we’re building a place where everything from the most immediate details to the big picture are organized. With Asana, each person knows what they should be doing and why. This clarity, transparency, and focus allows teams to collaborate with less friction and produce great results. We believe coordination should be as effortless between people as it is between our own brains and bodies, that people should be appreciated, and love what they do. By empowering all teams to work together, we help humanity thrive. From Uber, Pinterest, TED, The New Yorker, IDEO, Zappos, Malala Fund, Seattle Children’s Hospital, Tribeca Film Festival, and Autodesk, teams and organizations are running their operations and tracking projects more efficiently in Asana.
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Asana Girl Geek Dinner Agenda
5:30pm – 6:30pm: Registration, Food & Drinks, Networking
6:30pm – 7:30pm: Lightning Tech Talks & Discussion
7:30pm – 8:00pm: Networking
Asana Girl Geek Speakers
Sara Caldwell (Technical Customer Success Manager, Asana)
Sara works as a Technical Customer Success Manager at Asana, helping strategic teams build organization and processes in their work so that they can be most productive. She’s passionate about every facet of education, previously working as a high school teacher, instructional coach and Head of Support for an educational technology company. Outside of the office, you can find Sara hiking, eating a super burrito, or reading the thesaurus.
Alexis Wong (Business Technology Developer, Asana)
Lexi works on the Business Technology team at Asana, which supports the business teams (marketing, sales, customer success, user operations, and finance) with tooling and business intelligence. Formerly she worked as a consultant in the energy efficiency and renewable energy space. She attended the University of Pennsylvania, studying business and engineering.
Erin Akinci (Data Scientist, Asana)
Erin works as a data scientist at Asana, primarily focusing on helping the mobile team make data-driven product decisions and implementing data pipelines for the data team’s new Spark cluster. Prior to her time at Asana, she worked as a food chemist discovering aromas that make food taste sweeter or saltier. Outside of work, she enjoys weaving, growing vegetables and writing scripts to predict the matches on Are You the One?.
Rachel Miller (Engineering Manager, Asana)
Rachel was Asana’s first new grad hire, and so has gotten to grow up with the company over the last four years. She’s worked on a wide range of product teams, and is also an Engineering Manager. Before Asana, she studied math, physics and CS at the University of Virginia, and has a MS in computer science theory from MIT.
Event Tickets & Details
Tickets on sale starting at 12:00pm PST on January 2, 2017 at Eventbrite! Donations are non-refundable. All proceeds go toward need-based scholarships for women to learn to code at Hackbright Academy, an engineering school for women.