Mentorship Panel


51 Melcher St
Boston, MA
United States

Wednesday, 15 January 2020 - 6:00pm

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Join Women Who Code for our first event of 2020 where we feature a panel of five women technologists discussing the topic of mentorship! We'll start the night off with the panel, followed by some networking. Thank you to our host Kyruus for offering their space. :)

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Nausheen Moulana
Nausheen is the Vice President of Engineering & Operations at Kyruus, where she leads teams in delivering multi-channel patient access solutions through cloud-native AWS hosted microservices. Prior to Kyruus, she led multiple engineering teams at Attivio and MathWorks. Nausheen has 20+ years of experience in building high performing teams and leading process improvement. She enjoys mentoring team members and helping them progress in their careers. Nausheen has an MS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, and an MBA in Entrepreneurship from Babson College. She holds patents in the areas of copy protection, data access, and parallel computing.

Susi Burke
After 30+ years in the tech industry, name a tech job and Susi has probably done it - from Software Engineer to Director of Product, using skills ranging from development and analysis to database design, UI/UX, project and product mgmt. She has been on several advisory boards helping drive strategy for her company as well as social good start-ups and non-profits. She has mentored young women in STEM in formal programs and informally; online and in-person as well as at hackathons like TechTogether Boston. She has a passion for advancing diversity in tech as it can only lead to better and more inclusive products and services and sees mentoring as a tool to help do this.

Veronica McCarthy
Veronica McCarthy is a VP of Technology at Vistaprint and has worked in tech for 15 years at companies like Vistaprint, Amazon and IBM in sales, marketing, operations, and technology roles across two continents. Veronica will share her advice and learnings on mentorship, career motivation, and global teaming.

Lindsey O'Donnell
Lindsey O'Donnell Welch is an award-winning journalist who has focused for years on cybersecurity, as well as consumer and enterprise business technology issues. Currently, Lindsey works at security news organization Threatpost, covering everything from data breaches to threat intel. In her previous position at CRN, Lindsey covered all aspects of the microprocessor industry, along with specializing in connected device (IoT) security. In 2016, her work was recognized by the American Society of Business Publication Editors with an Azbee journalism award for an expose on Apple Inc. In Lindsey’s spare time, she enjoys running and traveling with her husband.

Danielle Cohen
Danielle Cohen is a Director of Product Management at ASICS Digital, where she oversees development of membership-related services. Previously, she has worked as a full-stack application engineer, a technical product manager, and a solution architect on software products ranging from Air Force prototypes to Runkeeper, a running app used by millions worldwide. When she’s not building (or breaking) scalable software products, she’s running, traveling, or playing with her two cats.


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