Join fellow girl geeks at LinkedIn in San Francisco on Wednesday, April 19, 2017 for dinner, networking and a panel discussion with several of LinkedIn’s Growth Data Scientists, Researchers and Product Managers!
LinkedIn’s growth has been up and to the right since the beginning. How did we get here and how do we plan to continue our growth? It is an ongoing challenge to measure how much value the growth is creating for our members. How do we measure the value of LinkedIn’s continued growth for both highly engaged and less active members?
Learn how we have rethought the way we measure success and refocused the team to align with these changes.
We’ll be talking about the changes we’ve made to measure and grow the value we build on LinkedIn, asking and answering questions like:
- What is the history of Growth at LinkedIn?
- How are we measuring success as a growth team and how has this evolved?
- What are some of our strategies to move eQM?
- What are some of the challenges of pushing eQM?
LinkedIn Girl Geek Dinner Agenda
6:00pm – 6:30pm: Registration, Drinks, Networking & Profile Photography!
6:30pm – 7:15pm: Dinner!
7:15pm – 7:45pm: Welcome by organizers of LinkedIn Bay Area Girl Geek Dinner, Panel Speakers
7:45pm – 9:00pm: More Networking!
LinkedIn Girl Geeks – Bios
Lily Sierra (Product Manager, LinkedIn)
Lily Sierra is a Product Manager at LinkedIn leading the My Network team. She focuses on helping users build their network through People You May Know, network updates, and invitations. Before that, she studied Symbolic Systems at Stanford University. She grew up in a small town in New Mexico, where she learned to love the outdoors. She enjoys hiking, snowboarding, and traveling with friends and family.
Sneha Keshwani (Product Manager, LinkedIn)
Sneha Keshwani is a Product Manager leading the mobile growth team at LinkedIn. She focuses on driving app installs and mobile engagement through notifications. Previously, she worked on the International team driving signups in India and Germany. Before that, she studied Computer Science and Business at University of Pennsylvania.
Aastha Jain (Staff Applied Researcher, LinkedIn)
Aastha Jain is a Staff Applied Researcher at LinkedIn in growth relevance. She focuses on understanding the growth ecosystem at LinkedIn and building scalable engineering systems which promote network growth. Before that she finished her PhD in Applied Mathematics at Johns Hopkins University.
Nan “Iris” Wang (Senior Data Scientist, LinkedIn)
Nan Wang is a Senior Data Scientist at LinkedIn. She currently focuses on member growth, lifecycle and engagement; specifically, on communications, to elevate and retain active members, and rekindle dormant members. Before LinkedIn, she worked at Amazon.
Meghan Kirby-McFarland (Design Manager, LinkedIn)
Meghan Kirby-McFarland is the Design Manager leading the Growth team at LinkedIn. She’s been at LinkedIn for over 6 years, and has worked on a variety of products across the company before coming to Growth. She has a degree in Urban Studies, with an emphasis in Architecture & Urban Design from Stanford University.
Event Tickets & Details
Proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to Iridescent, a 501c3 nonprofit organization inspiring children and families across the globe to imagine, invent, and engineer.