Date: Monday, October 22nd, 2018
Location: Bloomberg Office, 120 Park Avenue New York NY
Navigating a career that constantly evolves and disrupts our day-to-day is exhilarating but also challenging. By understanding ourselves and our ecosystem, we can initiate the changes we wish to see. Whether it’s that complex problem keeping you up at night or figuring out how to give difficult feedback to your team, making intentional choices is critical. How do you assess where you stand, and what your next step is? How do you identify transferable skills and a role that motivates you every morning? Bloomberg Women in Tech (BWIT) has invited four women leaders in the New York City tech community to share their journeys.
Sara Stonner is currently the Bloomberg Vault Engineering Manager who is responsible for the on-going maintenance and development of the Vault product. She’s had a long career in technology that has mainly been focused on data structures and storage across many companies before joining Bloomberg 2 years ago.
Molly Fowler serves as a Senior Urban Strategist at Intersection, where she is focused on the creation and implementation of technology solutions that improve quality of life in cities. She works closely with municipal partners to help solve urban challenges and improve access to services by harnessing the power of connectivity, real time data, and Intersection’s market-creating smart city solution.
Neetu Rajpal leads the engineering team at Conductor as CTO, responsible for aligning Conductor’s technology and overall business strategy. She has over 20 years of extensive software development experience in building platform, enterprise, and SAAS solutions.
Chow Lee is a Global Engineering Manager for Fixed Income Pricing and Risk team at Bloomberg LP. She joined Bloomberg in 1994 as a software engineer and has held various poistions in Engineering from software design to architecting and leading global scaled trading platforms.