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Bay Area Girl Geek Dinners – Definitely Does Compute

Bay Area Girl Geek Dinner #139: Sponsored by Khan Academy

Khan Academy Girl Geek Dinner

Join Khan Academy & Bay Area Girl Geek Dinners on Thursday, August 10th, 2017 in Mountain View for a Khan Academy Girl Geek Dinner!

Khan Academy’s mission is to provide a free world class education to anyone, anywhere. Join us for a cross-functional panel of Khan Academy’s senior leadership team working towards this mission across engineering, design and product management as they share about their paths, current work and the unique challenges they’ve faced in tech.

Dinner and refreshments will be provided, followed by a panel discussion and Q&A.

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Twitter: @KhanAcademy @BayAreaGGD
Event Hashtag: #KhanAcademyGirlGeekDinner

Khan Academy Girl Geek Dinner Agenda:

5:00pm – 5:45pm: Registration and Networking
5:30pm – 6:30pm: Dinner
6:30pm – 7:30pm: Panel Discussion and Q&A
7:30pm – 8:00pm: Networking

Speaker Bios for Khan Academy Girl Geek Dinner:

Nancy Lee (VP Consumer Marketing, Khan Academy)Nancy Lee
Nancy Lee is VP Consumer Marketing at Khan Academy. Her role is to raise awareness and drive usage of Khan Academy across students, teachers, and parents – at scale. Previously she was VP of Marketing at Intuit, leading customer acquisition for the QuickBooks brand. Her career in marketing spans 20 years, and covers a variety of digital marketing, product marketing, and brand marketing roles. She has an MBA from UC Berkeley, and degrees in Marketing and English Literature from Simon Fraser University in Canada.

Katherine Morris (VP Content, Khan Academy)Katherine Morris
Katherine Morris is VP Content at Khan Academy. In this role, she leads the team responsible for creating instructional videos, articles and practice exercises worldwide. Prior to joining Khan Academy, Katherine was Director of Product Management in the small business division at Intuit. Her roles included leading the QuickBooks International, Payroll and Self-Help Content product management teams. Before joining Intuit, Katherine worked as a business analyst in Accenture's Strategic Services Group and co-founded Bayshore Consulting, a boutique consulting firm focused on the credit card industry. Katherine received her undergraduate degree at Stanford, where she majored in Human Biology. She also attended Harvard Business School, where she received her MBA.

Annie Ding (VP Product Management, Khan Academy)Annie Ding
Annie Ding is VP Product Management. Annie works with the product team to make great experiences for everyone who uses Khan Academy. She’s excited to help people find wonder in what they learn and achieve their goals. Previously, Annie worked at software and hardware startups, as well as Microsoft and MSR. She studied computer science and design at MIT, where she made apps to help designers learn about programming and share the process behind their work.

Alice Pao (Software Engineer, Khan Academy)Alice Pao
Alice Pao is a Software Engineer at Khan Academy, where she works across the stack to build free, high-quality SAT and Test Prep products for all students and teachers, anywhere. She is a true believer in Khan Academy's motto "You Can Learn Anything" given her own transition from a career in marketing and business development to software engineering via Hackbright Academy. Prior to software engineering, Alice worked as a Practice Development Manager for the Emerging Companies Group at global law firm Latham & Watkins LLP and graduated from University of Pennsylvania. When she is not coding, Alice loves to do room escapes, read YA/SF/Fantasy, and travel.

Event Tickets & Details:

Tickets on sale starting at 12:00pm PST on Wednesday, July 26th, 2017 at Eventbrite!

Bay Area Girl Geek Dinner #138: Sponsored by Intel

Intel Girl Geek Dinner

Join Intel and Bay Area Girl Geek Dinner on Thursday, August 3rd, 2017 for an Intel Girl Geek Dinner in Santa Clara!

Come enjoy an evening full of networking, food, drinks, speakers, demos, and more at the Intel Robert Noyce Building!

Learn how you can “Win The Future With New Technologies”. Our Intel speakers will share what is the latest and greatest in the world of artificial intelligence, autonomous driving, 5G, AR/VR and other areas. Come join us for this awesome evening! We’re excited to meet you!

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Twitter: @IntelInvolved @BayAreaGGD
Event Hashtag: #IntelGirlGeekDinner

Intel Girl Geek Dinner Agenda:

5:15pm – 6:30pm – Check-in, Networking, Food and Drinks, Demos!
6:30pm – 8:00pm – Ignite Talks and “Win The Future With New Technologies” Panel Discussion
8:00pm – 8:30pm – Post Panel Networking, Demos and Refreshments!

*Please note that as a courtesy to our Intel Speakers, check-in will close at 6:30pm.

Speaker Bios for Intel Girl Geek Dinner:

Brian M. Krzanich (CEO, Intel)Brian M. Krzanich
Brian M. Krzanich was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Intel and elected a member of the board of directors on May 16, 2013. He is the sixth CEO in the company’s history, succeeding Paul S. Otellini. He has progressed through a series of technical and leadership roles at Intel, most recently serving as the chief operating officer (COO) since January 2012. Prior to becoming COO, he held senior leadership positions within Intel’s manufacturing organization. Krzanich began his career at Intel in 1982 in New Mexico as a process engineer. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Chemistry from San Jose State University and has one patent for semiconductor processing. He is also a member of the board of directors of the Semiconductor Industry Association.

Paula Tolliver (VP & CIO, Intel)Paula Tolliver
Paula Tolliver is corporate vice president and Chief Information Officer (CIO) of Intel. Her IT organization capitalizes on information technology to accelerate the company’s vision of making things that are smart and connected, best with Intel. Under her leadership, thousands of IT professionals worldwide are providing innovative IT solutions and services that drive competitive advantage and accelerate growth for Intel while protecting their assets and intellectual property. She holds a bachelor’s degree in business information systems and computer science from Ohio University and also attended the Babson College Executive Education Program.

Sandra Lopez (VP, Sports, Intel)Sandra Lopez
Sandra Lopez is vice president at Intel Corporation, leading business, marketing, and market development efforts for the Intel Sports Group at Intel Capital. Her team is responsible for partnering with the sports industry to transform how sports are played and watched. This includes defining business and partner strategies in order to achieve Intel Sport’s growth and profit objectives as well as managing overall go-to- market activities with the business partners and customers. Sandra has held many prominent positions within Intel winning multiple prestigious awards for her work. She holds a bachelor’s degree in textiles and clothing marketing and agricultural economics from the University of California at Davis. She is an active member of several organizations focused on women and Latino advancements.

Isaura Gaeta (VP & GM, Systems Engineering – Platform Engineering, Intel)Isaura Gaeta
Isaura Gaeta is vice president and general manager of systems engineering in the Platform Engineering Group (PEG) at Intel. She leads the team responsible for optimizing overall workflow to improve engineering efficiency and effectiveness. A 30-year veteran of Intel, she has served as head of business operations, leading a global engineering organization of more than 18,000 people. She earned BSc and MSc degrees in electrical engineering from Stanford University. She is a founding board member of Intel's Network of Executive Women for the Latin America region and a former chair of Intel's Hispanic Leadership Council. Outside of Intel, she has served on the board of the Women in Engineering Proactive Network and the advisory board for El Centro Chicano at Stanford. The Hispanic IT Executive Council has recognized her three times on its annual list of the top 100 Hispanic professionals in the IT industry.

Fiaz Mohamed (Business Development, Artificial Intelligence, Intel)Fiaz Mohamed
Fiaz Mohamed leads business development for the Artificial Intelligence Products Group at Intel. In his role, he works with Fortune 500 organizations to help deploy AI solutions at scale. He has previously held senior sales, marketing and business development roles at several successful enterprise software companies and also advised clients in the technology sector on growth and go-to-market strategy as a management consultant at McKinsey & Company.

Lakecia Gunter (Chief of Staff, Intel)Lakecia Gunter
Lakecia Gunter is the Chief of Staff & Technical assistant to Brian Krzanich, CEO of Intel. Prior to her current role, she was the General Manager of Consumer Desktop Segment Marketing team, in the Client Computing Group. Lakecia is an active member of the Intel Black Leadership Council, Intel’s Network of Intel African Americans, and Women at Intel. She also shares her time and talents with several non-profits including the Urban League of Portland, and Gateway to College National Network. Lakecia was named to Business Insiders list of the 26 Most Powerful Female Engineers in 2016, listed at #11. In 2015, she was the recipient of the Society of Women Engineers Prism Award for demonstrating outstanding career technology leadership. Lakecia earned a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology and a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Engineering from University of South Florida. Lakecia also earned her Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification.

Jill Sciarappo (Strategic Marketing Director, Autonomous Driving, Intel)Jill Sciarappo
Jill Sciarappo is the strategic marketing director for autonomous driving in the Autonomous Driving Group at Intel in Chandler, Arizona. In her previous role, she was the Chief of Staff and Technical Assistant for Doug Davis (Sr. VP), Internet of Things Solutions Group. In this role, she helped define and communicate to the industry how an IOT system should be defined and designed. Jill graduated from Arizona State University in 1995 with a bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering. She lives in Chandler, Arizona with her husband, Steve and their three daughters; Shea, Sloan and Stella.

Yinyin Liu (Head of Data Science, Artificial Intelligence, Intel)Yinyin Liu
Yinyin Liu is the Head of Data Science for the Artificial Intelligence Products Group at Intel. Yinyin has research experience in deep learning, reinforcement learning, neuromorphic computing and robotics. She and the Intel Nervana team developed open-source deep learning frameworks, neon and Intel Nervana Graph, brought state-of-the-art models on image recognition, image localization, natural language processing into the framework and deep learning solutions. Yinyin works with a team of data scientists on applying deep learning and Intel Nervana technologies into business applications across different industry domains.

Joannie Fu (Chief of Staff, Programmable Solutions, Intel)Joannie Fu
Joannie Fu is the Chief of Staff for the Programmable Solutions Engineering Group at Intel. As a technical advisor and strategic consultant to her VP Ravi Kuppuswamy, she is responsible for driving the effective execution of PSE staff-level deliverables and imperatives. Joannie carries dual MBA from University of California, Irvine and Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, and a Bachelors of Architecture degree in Structural Engineering from California Polytechnic University, Pomona. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, reading, dining, and spending time with her family.

Event Tickets & Details:

Tickets on sale starting at 12:00pm PST on Thursday, July 20th, 2017 at Eventbrite!

Intel employees interested in attending the Girl Geek Dinner should only register through the Women at Intel Network (WIN-SC) – this is an invite-only event for Intel employees. Eventbrite sign-up is for non-Intel participants.

Government-issued ID is required at check-in at the Intel Girl Geek Dinner.

Disclaimer: We may take photographs and/or video activities at the Girl Geek Dinner event for many purposes. By attending the Intel Girl Geek Dinner, you consent to your image being used in all Intel marketing collateral and communications.

Bay Area Girl Geek Dinner #137: Sponsored by Turnitin

Turnitin Girl Geek Dinner

Join Turnitin for an evening of networking, food, breakout sessions and panel discussions at a Bay Area Girl Geek Dinner on Thursday, May 25th, from 5:30pm to 8:30pm in Oakland!

Turnitin is passionate, creative, and focused on helping students learn. We’re excited to invite the Bay Area Girl Geek Dinner community to our headquarters where we build products that foster writers with integrity. You’ll get an in-depth look into the future of education technology, learn how our offerings provide personalized feedback and hear from tech leaders and executives.

About Turnitin:

Turnitin is committed to building better writers, with integrity. Turnitin’s formative feedback and originality checking services promote critical thinking, ensure academic integrity, and help students improve their writing. Turnitin provides instructors with the tools to engage students in the writing process, provide personalized feedback, and assess student progress over time. Turnitin is used by over 30MM students at 15,000 institutions in 140 countries.

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Twitter: @Turnitin @BayAreaGGD
Event Hashtag: #TurnitinGirlGeekDinner

Turnitin Girl Geek Dinner Agenda

5:30pm – 6:30pm – Check-in, Eating & Mingling
6:30pm – 7:45pm – Main Event (Panel and Booths)
7:45pm – 8:30pm – General Networking

Turnitin Girl Geeks – Bios

Jill Hedrick (Senior Vice President – Sales, Turnitin)Jill Hedrick
Jill Hedrick is the Senior Vice President of North America Sales for Turnitin. She is responsible for leading the company’s revenue growth initiatives for both the Higher Ed and K12 markets. Jill is an accomplished technology executive with 25 years of experience leading global sales, account management, customer success, marketing and business development teams. Her passion is creating strong teams in mission-driven organizations, and bringing technology solutions to educational institutions that make a difference in the outcomes for students and the work of educators. Turnitin works with 15,000 institutions and 30 million students for the purpose of engaging students to learn to write with integrity, develop critical thinking, and the life skill of communicating ideas through writing.

Sun Oh (Senior Product Manager, Turnitin)Sun Oh
Sun Oh is a Senior Product Manager at Turnitin, where she drives the strategy and development of front-end, platform and back-end services for Turnitin’s products for promoting academic and research integrity. Sun joined Turnitin in 2012. Prior to working in educational technology, Sun worked in the field of architecture and urban design in Korea, Turkey, Denmark and the US on multiple international projects. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Architecture from UC Berkeley.

Janine Costanzo (Software Engineering Manager, Turnitin)Janine Costanzo
Janine Costanzo is a Software Engineering Manager at Turnitin. She leads a team that develops the main Perl platform for the Turnitin website. Her job involves a lot of work around how to modernize an old codebase while continuing to support the existing customers. She came to Turnitin in 2014 as a Senior Software Engineer, after working at other companies that ran Perl web platforms. She became a manager a year later, and she continues to write code as well as lead a small team.

Kate Holloway (Web & UX Designer, Turnitin)Kate Holloway
Kate Holloway is a web and UX designer at Turnitin where she strives to create a user-focused approach to designing marketing and web materials. Prior to Turnitin, she worked as a UX designer at Nowait, a casual dining restaurant app recently acquired by Yelp, and Think Through Learning, recently acquired by Imagine Learning. She’s also worked as a marketing designer and communications specialist in higher ed prior to joining the Pittsburgh startup scene. Though she started her education as a history major, she discovered a love of web design and user research while completing her MS in Information Science and MA in New Media Communications at Syracuse University.

Stephanie Butler (Director of New Product Development, Turnitin)Stephanie Butler
Stephanie Butler is the Director of New Product Development at Turnitin, where she leads their international expansion of products to improve student writing. In 2014, Stephanie joined Turnitin after they acquired LightSide Labs, a machine learning research startup spun out of Carnegie Mellon University. At LightSide, Stephanie was employee #2 and head of product and design. Prior to moving into technology startups, Stephanie worked in publishing for several years, acting as editor on multiple university-level Rhetoric and Composition volumes, as well as Fodor’s travel guide to New Zealand. She received her Bachelor’s degree in English from Harvard University and her Masters in Human-Computer Interaction from Carnegie Mellon.

Lightning Talks

Talk Topic: “Technology As An Extension Of The Classroom”
– Logan Carter (Software Engineer, Turnitin)
– Kristen Judd (Software Engineer, Turnitin)
– Leanne Lee (Software Engineer, Turnitin)

Talk Topic: “Three Ways To UX Design”
– Stephanie Butler (Director of New Product Development, Turnitin)
– Kate Holloway (Web & UX Designer, Turnitin)
– Laura Barncard (UX Designer)

Talk Topic: “Encourage Collaboration Through Technology & Process”
– Ora Watson (Senior Technical Project Manager, Turnitin)
– Kristen Lau (Technical Project Manager, Turnitin)
– Cathy Reeves (Manager, Program Management Office, Turnitin)
– Swathi Chennaboina (Senior Quality Engineer, Turnitin)
– Jennifer Crowe (Quality Engineer, Turnitin)

Talk Topic: “Data, Privacy, & Security In The Educational Ecosystem”
– Monica Yun (Software Engineer, Turnitin)
– Gina Peers (Principal Software Engineer, Turnitin)

Event Tickets & Details

Tickets on sale starting at 12:00pm PST on May 12, 2017 at Eventbrite!

Bay Area Girl Geek Dinner #136: Sponsored by Kaiser Permanente

Kaiser Permanente Girl Geek Dinner

Join Kaiser Permanente for an evening of networking, tasty food, breakout sessions and panel discussions at a Bay Area Girl Geek Dinner on Wednesday, May 10th, from 5:30pm to 8:30pm in San Leandro!

Innovation begins with an idea. Kaiser Permanente is inviting the Bay Area Girl Geek Dinner community to the Garfield Innovation Center, where we help bring ideas to life and create better experiences for our members, clinicians and employees. You’ll get a sneak peek into the future of health care, launch into technical rotations, and hear from tech leaders and executives. Take the opportunity to explore new career paths with Kaiser Permanente!

About Kaiser Permanente:

Kaiser Permanente is one of America’s leading health care providers and not-for-profit health plans. We currently serve more than 11 million members in eight states and the District of Columbia.

Please Follow Us:

Twitter: @KPShare @kpthrive @KPDigitalHealth
Event Hashtag: #KPGirlGeekDinner

Kaiser Permanente Girl Geek Dinner Agenda

5:30pm – 6:30pm – Registration, Dinner, Drinks & Networking
6:30pm – 7:30pm – Welcome and Technical Rotations
7:30pm – 8:30pm – Panel Discussion, Q&A, and Networking

Kaiser Permanente Girl Geeks – Bios

Vivian Tan (Vice President, Strategy & Transformation, Kaiser Permanente)Vivian Tan
Vivian Tan is the Vice President, Strategic Information Management and Global Relationships, working closely with the Chief Financial Officer and CEO of Kaiser Permanente. She provides strategic leadership for the decision support function, producing analytics and insights to make the best decisions. Vivian manages the partnership with the World Economic Forum. Prior to joining Kaiser Permanente, she consulted with senior leadership at Fortune 500 firms in her seven years with Booz & Co. Vivian holds a bachelor’s degree in economics, political science, and statistics from the National University of Singapore, and an MBA from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Sloan School of Management.

Deshannee “D.D.” Johnice (Director, Digital Strategies, Kaiser Permanente)Deshannee Johnice
D.D. Johnice is the Director of Digital Strategy for Kaiser Permanente’s Digital Strategies & Operations team. A technologist, tinkerer, maker, serial entrepreneur and strategist, D.D. develops strategies, roadmaps, and technology-enabled experiences that enable Kaiser Permanente’s workforce to continue to deliver high quality, affordable health care and member services. D.D. arrived at Kaiser Permanente with 20 years of experience designing consumer and business applications and developing and executing marketing, business, engagement strategies for clients in the technology, healthcare, retail, consumer health, financial and business services industries. D.D. studied Philosophy and Economics at Boston University and Marketing at Harvard.

Jessica Jackson (Full Stack Developer, Kaiser Permanente)Jessica Jackson
Jessica Jackson is a Full Stack Developer for Kaiser Permanente’s Systems of Intelligence working with both front-end code and back-end database technologies. For the first two years of her career in IT, she participated in the IT Technical Rotation Program, where she consulted various IT groups. She was part of a team that developed a real-time, dynamic interface for tracking data center server information, helping reduce errors and downtime. Her current work focuses on development of interactive websites using tools like Angular JS, Angular 2, React JS, and Node JS. Originally a pre-med major, she has a Computer Science degree from Arizona State University.

Kathleen Scheirman (Senior Vice President, Application Services Group, Kaiser Permanente)Kathleen Scheirman
Kathleen Scheirman is Senior Vice President of the Application Services Group at Kaiser Permanente and is a member of the IT executive team. Kathy began as a programmer and worked in development and management with AT&T and American Express. Kathy is responsible for ensuring the availability and reliability of Kaiser Permanente’s full application portfolio, enabling the business to deliver high quality care to KP’s more than 11 million members. Kathy holds a BA in secondary education and mathematics from Rutgers University and a Master’s degree in management from the Krannert Graduate School of Management at Purdue University.

Michael Sutten (Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, Kaiser Permanente)Michael Suttern
Michael Sutten is Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer at Kaiser Permanente. His organization is focused on setting the future direction for technology across Kaiser Permanente. This includes defining technology and platform standards, and leading initiatives on analytics, cloud capabilities, data storage, and mobile technologies. Prior to Kaiser Permanente, Mike had leadership experience with Royal Caribbean Cruises, Koch Industries, Sybase and General Electric. Most recently, he served as Chief Technology Officer and deputy Chief Information Officer within the U.S. government. Mike holds an MBA in information systems from the University of San Diego and a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering from Iowa State University.

Event Tickets & Details

Tickets on sale starting at 12:00pm PST on April 25, 2017 at Eventbrite!

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.

Bay Area Girl Geek Dinner #135: Sponsored by Box

Box Girl Geek Dinner

Join us for Bay Area Girl Geek Dinner #135 on Wednesday, May 3, 2017 at Box HQ in Redwood City to hear from Box’s outstanding female leaders about the technical problems they are solving to help cloud content management change the way people work!

What if big business could move at start-up speed? What if files could be openly shared, yet fully secure? What if scaling too fast was an opportunity, not an issue? That’s what Box is all about. Defying “possible.” Turning “what if” into “what can be.” Using the power of Box to make your business perform like never before. No matter what business you’re in. Our mission is to make businesses more productive, competitive, and powerful by connecting people and their most important information.

Box Girl Geek Dinner Agenda

5:30pm – 6:30pm – Registration, Food, Drinks & Networking
6:00pm – 6:15pm – Welcome & Intro by Peipei Yu Pollmann, Box WIT Executive Sponsor
6:15pm – 7:30pm – Lightning Talks By Box Women

Kelsey Dutton – Making Authentication Simple
Joy Ebertz/Rachel Maclay – Permissions and Microservices
Julia Edwards – API Driven Development
Nicole Salzman – Running an Enterprise Beta
Sid Sidhu – Bring Your ____ Self to Work

7:30pm – 8:30pm – Networking

Box Girl Geeks – Bios

Kelsey Dutton (Software Engineer, Platform, Box)Kelsey Dutton
Kelsey Dutton is a software engineer on Platform. She focuses on building secure and scalable authentication services while maintaining a seamless developer experience. She helped launch the platform side of Box, enabling developers to power their applications with Box as the content layer. Kelsey is also co-chair of Box’s Women in Tech group. In her free time you can find her backpacking, running, and generally enjoying the outdoors.

Julia Edwards (Software Engineer, Partners, Box)Julia Edwards
Julia Edwards is a software engineer on the Partners team at Box. She works on designing, building out, and maintaining Box’s integrations with partners like Google and Microsoft. She is passionate about developing and leveraging APIs to create a more connected and knowledgable world. Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with Malibu (her grumpy 10 year old yellow Lab), doing CrossFit, gardening, and playing Zelda on her N64.

Joy Ebertz (Staff Software Engineer, Core, Box)Joy Ebertz
Joy Ebertz is a staff software engineer on the Permissions team, which is part of a larger team spearheading Box’s shift to microservices. Specifically, her team is focusing on moving the permissions system (how we determine if a given user is able to perform a given action on a given object) out of our current monolith and striving to simplify the system in the process. Joy has been at Box for over 5 years and has worked on a variety of teams – from full stack to backend. She was one of the founding members of Box’s Women in Tech group and is currently serving her second term as co-chair. Joy blogs regularly about her experiences – mostly, but not entirely, work related.

Rachel Maclay (Permissions Team Tech Lead, Future Architecture, Box)Rachel Maclay
Rachel Maclay is the tech lead for the Permissions team, which is part of the larger Future Architecture team that is spearheading Box’s shift to microservices. Specifically, her team is focusing on moving the permissions system (how we determine if a given user is able to perform a given action on a given object) out of our current monolith and striving to simplify the system in the process. Rachel has been at Box for over 5 years and has worked on a several monolith-slaying projects. She was one of the founding members of Box’s Women in Tech group and is currently the Career Development co-chair.

Nicole Salzman (Product Operations Manager, Box)Nicole Salzman
Nicole Salzman leads Product Operations. She focuses on improving PM processes and collaboration across other organizations at Box. Her work on the Product team includes improving product betas, the product development process, product feedback and company-wide communications. She is also co-chair of the Box’s Women Network group.

Sid Sidhu (Senior Engineering Manager, Productivity Engineering, Box)
Sid Sidhu leads the Productivity Engineering group at Box. Her group is responsible for building the platform and infrastructure powering Continuous Integration, and focussing on long term developer productivity. She is an active member of WIT@Box, and cares deeply about building an inclusive workplace. She enjoys traveling, good food, and goofing off with her six year old son.

Event Tickets & Details

Tickets on sale starting at 12:00pm PST on April 20, 2017 at Eventbrite!

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.