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Past Event Details

Negotiate Like a Boss

October 11, 2016
5:30pm - 8:30pm
San Francisco, CA
 
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Women are often uncomfortable negotiating for a better job offer, a raise or a promotion, which can leave us feeling undervalued in our careers. For women of color, pay inequities can be even more pronounced and negative in their impact. We need to change that. If you want to learn how to negotiate like a boss and connect with a supportive community of women of color, then this workshop is for you!

 

Hear speakers from the C-suite, human resources and sales/business development discuss different negotiation strategies they've used to support their success. Then experience an interactive workshop where you'll get the chance to practice key negotiation tactics with the help of professional coaches giving you direct feedback on how to improve.


Agenda: (subject to change)

5:30pm Registration, Reception and Networking
6:00pm Welcome from Cindy Owyoung, CEO at Breaking Glass Forums
6:15pm Leadership Panel from the C-suite, Human Resources and Sales/Business Development
7:00pm Negotiation Workshop, led by Rachel Kim, Career Coach at SoFi
8:30pm Close

Date

October 11, 2016

5:30pm - 8:30pm

Location

Udemy

600 Harrison St., 3rd Flr

San Francisco, CA

Cost

$40 per person
(Free for previous WOC Leadership Conference attendees with promo code)

Space is limited to 100 people so register today before we sell out!

Speakers

Rachel Kim

Career Strategist and Coach

SoFi

Connector, Collaborator, and Capability Builder, with over 15 years of working in and across multiple functions and sectors. 

Motivated by opportunities where I can continue to learn and grow. Passionate about education equity and ending violence everywhere. Committed to creating a more caring community for my two children to thrive in. 

Currently working as a Career Strategist and Coach, exploring and sharing best practices in pursuing career & life success and happiness with my clients. 

Regina Wallace-Jones

Head of Security Operations

Facebook

As the head of security operations at Facebook, Regina Wallace-Jones, is in charge of protecting 1.6 billion people.  Prior to this role, Regina was Chief of Staff to the Information Security Officer at Yahoo! Inc. and in her spare time, she manages Entrepreneurial Spirit Investment Group, an organization that funds early stage ventures, 60% of whose investments are in African-American led start-up firms.

 

Regina is also committed to public service and dedicates volunteer time and financial support to organizations such as "Black Girls Code" and "Techbridge." Regina graduated from Stanford University with B.S. in Electrical Engineering. She later earned her Masters degree in Public Policy with Emphasis in Technology Policy from UCLA. 

Anneka Gupta

Chief Product Officer

LiveRamp

Lisa Haugh

VP People and General Counsel

Udemy

Lisa Haugh has more than 15 years of experience leading legal and HR functions for a range of startups and mature companies. She currently serves as VP of People and General Counsel at Udemy, a global marketplace for learning and teaching online, where she heads up all legal and human resource functions, including all hiring, training, and diversity efforts. She is committed to building and driving an extraordinary company culture with engaged employees. Lisa received her BA from UCLA and her law degree from Santa Clara University School of Law.

As Chief Product Officer, Anneka oversees the execution and strategy of LiveRamp’s roadmap.

 

While she joined LiveRamp as an engineer, she's taken on multiple roles at the company, including marketing, recruiting, product management and software development.

 

Anneka received a Bachelor’s degree in Math & Computational Sciences from Stanford University.

Maria Gianotti

Director of Demand Generation

RadiumOne

Maria Gianotti is the Director of Demand Generation at RadiumOne and has over ten years of marketing experience in technology, financial services and retail/e-commerce. 

She also serves as the president for the San Francisco chapter of the Association of Latino Professionals for America (ALPFA), the largest Latino organization in the U.S., where she focuses on furthering diversity and inclusion initiatives by building partnerships with other nonprofit and for-profit organizations, as well as enabling outreach programs that connect and empower the community.

Maria received her Bachelor’s in Business Administration from Hawai’i Pacific University and a Master’s in Integrated Marketing Communication from Golden Gate University.

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