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Rami Elghandour: Make Your Mark Award Winner Spotlight

Posted By Administration, Tuesday, October 30, 2018
Updated: Monday, October 29, 2018

Congratulations Rami Elghandour, the winner of our 2018 Bill Campbell award. We will be honoring Women Who Code (and our other winners) at our annual Make Your Mark Awards on Thursday, Nov 15 at the Santa Clara Marriott. RSVP to celebrate with us!

Rami Elghandour joined Nevro in 2012, has served as Nevro’s Chief Business Officer, and currently serves as President and CEO of the company. Prior to joining Nevro, Rami was an investor with Johnson & Johnson Development Corporation (JJDC), where he led several investments including Nevro Series B Financing. During his tenure, Rami served on the Board of Directors of several private companies, including Nevro’s, and led strategic initiatives in the development and management of JJDC’s portfolio. Prior to joining JJDC, Rami worked for Advanced Neuromodulation Systems, Inc. (acquired by St. Jude Medical, Inc.), where he led firmware design and development on several implantable spinal cord stimulators. Rami received a MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and holds a BS in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Rutgers University School of Engineering.

Secret Ingredient for Growth and Success

 My secret ingredient for growth and success has been building exceptional teams. At the heart of doing that is creating a culture where everybody matters and where diversity and inclusion are part of the organizational fabric. With women representing over half of the managers at Nevro and one third of the Management team, our exceptional team is reliant on having the best talent and that is reflected in its diversity. What’s your favorite quote, saying or personal mantra?

Quotes to Live By

 My favorite quote is “my mother always told me If you are a soldier, you will become a general. If you are a monk, you will become the Pope. Instead, I was a painter, and became Picasso.’ This quote is very reminiscent of how my mother, who is an incredibly brave and independent woman, set my expectations. She taught me to believe in myself in the same way that Watermark inspires women to believe in their potential and aspire to greater heights. That mission certainly inspired me and I’ve sincerely enjoyed partnering with Watermark to contribute towards fulfilling it.

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Women Who Code: Make Your Mark Award Winner Spotlight

Posted By Administration, Thursday, October 25, 2018
Updated: Thursday, October 25, 2018

Congratulations Women Who Code, the winner of our 2018 Impact award. We will be honoring Women Who Code (and our other winners) at our annual Make Your Mark Awards on Thursday, Nov 15 at the Santa Clara Marriott. RSVP to celebrate with us!

Women Who Code (WWCode) is an international nonprofit dedicated to inspiring women to excel in technology careers. WWCode is building a world where women are proportionally representative as technical leaders, executives, founders, VCs, board members and software engineers. The organization has executed more than 7,000 free technical events around the world, garnered a membership exceeding 137,000, and has a presence in 20 countries. Help empower even more women to advance in tech with the training and community they need to succeed by supporting WWCode. Learn more at womenwhocode.com.

Alaina Percival is Chief Executive Officer of Women Who Code, a global nonprofit dedicated to inspiring women to excel in technology careers. Under Alaina’s leadership, Women Who Code has grown to serve more than 137,000 women in 20 countries and 60 cities across the globe. This thriving movement offers more than 1,700 free technical and leadership events, per year. In addition to her role at Women Who Code, Percival is an accomplished tech speaker, appearing at WSJ.d Live, CodeMotion Milan, Grace Hopper, Columbia University’s Social Enterprise, MIT’s Venture Capital and Innovation Conference and more. Alaina has been interviewed by Forbes, Wall Street Journal, Wired, and other publications across the globe to share her expertise on best practices for increasing diversity in tech. Prior to Women Who Code, Alaina worked at PUMA's headquarters in Germany, as well as Riviera Partners and Snip.it, acquired by Yahoo. Alaina is also an Angel Investor and CodePath Advisor.

Secret Ingredient for Growth and Success

 Grit combined with focus. It’s the willingness to do absolutely everything in a company, from marketing and design to compliance and taxes, and also find experts you can pass it on to. It’s also really important to never give up, because things aren't always successful, and you have to constantly face the risk of failure if you want to eventually succeed.

Impact from Mentorship

 I am so incredibly proud of the work we are doing in this area at Women Who Code. The Global Leadership program we have developed scales mentoring, with Directors empowering members to take on Leadership roles in our Networks, and them empowering other members to become Leaders in a constant cycle of success. That’s important because being a WWCode Leader opens them up to new opportunities to speak at conferences, and mentor others, and that allows them to level up and become leaders in their local tech community quickly, often within a year of taking part in the program.

Quotes to Live By

 “Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go.” - TS Eliot

Personal Heros

 Personally, my mom is my hero, for too many reasons to list. But professionally, it’s Richard Branson, because he’s able to be humble despite all of his achievements. He’s able to build global organizations that are all connected through the Brand DNA that is Virgin, and still, have a wanderlust and a sense of adventure that is really incredible in this world. I also really admire that he believes in giving back to the community.

Tags:  Leadership  Make Your Mark  women 

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Amee Cooper: Make Your Mark Award Winner Spotlight

Posted By Administration, Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Congratulations Amee Cooper, the winner of our 2018 Senior Executive of the Year award. We will be honoring Amee (and our other winners) at our annual Make Your Mark Awards on Thursday, Nov 15 at the Santa Clara Marriott. RSVP to celebrate with us!

Amee Cooper is the Senior Director, R&D Operations at VMware, Inc. She joined VMware in 2006 as the Manager of Partner Infrastructure and rose through the ranks to her current roles as the Chief of Staff of R&D Operations and Central Services and as the co-Chief of Staff to the two COOs of R&D Product and Cloud Services within VMware. She also leads organizations delivering R&D Technical Education and cross-R&D programs.

Amee started her career as an Accountant for Samson Companies before deciding her passion for people and computers came before her love of numbers. She transitioned to work on business systems and applications for the global companies Lexmark and InterGen. At VMware, Amee envisioned and created the Change Management practice, delivering best practice activities on global corporate initiatives. She now utilizes her Project Management and Change Management skills to lead and deliver impactful programs for R&D within VMware.

For the inaugural year of the Women@VMware Power of Difference Community, Amee served as the co-Lead for the global employee resource group. She was also a contributor to the VMware Foundation’s two papers on Transforming Technology Pro Bono. Amee earned dual bachelor’s degrees in Accounting and Business Computer Information Systems from John Brown University. 

 Smartest Career Move

 My latest career move was the smartest move to date as I moved from leading a Project Management and Change Management organization to being a central engineering operations leader / Chief of Staff. It was such a thrill to take on something new and feel confident I could continue to deliver value to VMware, even while learning tons more for a company I thought I knew well. One lesson I learned during this process was to make a few lists. One of those lists was a list of my strengths / skills so that when I came up against a seemingly insurmountable deliverable, I was able to look at my list of strengths / skills and find the courage to press forward and conquer. It helped increase my confidence in a time of uncertainty and new challenges."

 

 Most Valuable Lesson Learned?

 "I think Dory in Finding Nemo had it right – just keep swimming! It isn’t always the fastest or strongest who finishes the race. Many times it is the one who has the most endurance to keep on learning, encouraging others along the way, and finding purpose in action. When I was a new manager, I had a bunch of missteps in my first few months – as many new managers do! But one thing my mentor encouraged me to do was to keep trying – because someday I was going to be a great people manager. How? By not giving up. By taking each scenario and reviewing my response, then continuing to improve and refine so that the next time faced with the same scenario, I would be a better equipped to respond. It was a valuable lesson I still continue to practice to this day."

 

 Personal Mantra

 "Alis Volat Propriis – which translates to 'She flies with her own wings'."

Tags:  Award  Leadership  Make Your Mark  Senior Executive of the Year 

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Make Your Mark Keynote Speaker: Tiffany Shlain

Posted By Administrator, Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Our Make Your Mark Awards celebrating our 25th anniversary is next month and we are incredibly excited to announce our Keynote Speaker, Tiffany Shlain.

Honored by Newsweek as one of the “Women Shaping the 21st Century,” Tiffany Shlain is an Emmy-nominated filmmaker, author, founder of The Webby Awards, and co-founder of two global initiatives, Character Day and 50/50 Day--unified days of film and discussion about important issues shaping our lives that unite over 100,000 live events.  Character Day explores the science of character and 50/50 Day focuses on gender equity. Selected by the Albert Einstein Foundation as a contributor to Genius: 100 Visions of the Future, Tiffany's films and work have received over 80 awards and distinctions including premieres at The Sundance Film Festival and being selected by The US State Department to use her films to represent America around the world and have received over 50 million views. She serves on the Leadership Board of The Center on Media and Child Health at Harvard's Boston Children's Hospital and she is a Henry Crown Fellow of The Aspen Institute. She is currently writing a book about her family’s decade long ritual of turning off screens one day each week for what they call their Technology Shabbats. The book will be published by Simon & Schuster in 2019. Learn more about Tiffany at www.tiffanyshlain.com and follow her @tiffanyshlain!

Please join us on November 15 to celebrate our Make Your Mark Award winners, and hear Tiffany share powerful stories and insights on advancing women in positions of leadership. RSVP TODAY!

Tags:  entrepreneur  Leadership  Make Your Mark 

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October 11: International Day of the Girl

Posted By Administration, Thursday, October 11, 2018

Today is October 11th, International Day of the Girl. In the spirit of supporting girls as our next generation of leaders, we would like to share this article from our allies, Girls Leadership


CLOSING THE GAP: UNDERSTANDING HOW GIRLS OF COLOR BECOME LEADERS

EACH OCTOBER 11TH WE CELEBRATE INTERNATIONAL DAY OF THE GIRL. According to UN Women, the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women. There are 1.1 billion girls today, a powerful constituency for shaping a sustainable world that’s better for everyone. They are brimming with talent and creativity. But their dreams and potential are often thwarted by discrimination, violence and lack of equal opportunities. There are glaring gaps in data and knowledge about the specific needs and challenges that girls face. That’s why we’re designing the first research study to explore how young women of color achieve their fullest potential as leaders, what’s holding them back, and why cultivating leadership for girls of color is crucial to workplace equity, inclusion, and innovation.

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Research shows that girls of color are the hungriest to lead — yet they are vastly underrepresented as women in managerial and professional positions. Until now there has been no major study of girls of color and leadership, including the barriers that prevent them from entering the pipeline, and the assets that help them become leaders. Girls Leadership is partnering with Genentech, The New York Women’s Foundation, Airbnb, Paul Weiss, Morgan Stanley, and the Billie Jean King Leadership Institute to design and field this study. We’ll share out data with schools and organizations to help them serve girls across differences of race, culture, and socioeconomics. The study’s results will help corporations understand the leadership paths of *all* employees, assist girl-serving organizations in identifying leaders, and start a national conversation on girls of color and leadership.

SUPPORT GIRLS LEADERSHIP’S RESEARCH TO MAKE EVERY DAY A DAY OF THE GIRL

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(originally published at Girls Leadership, 2018)

Tags:  Diversity  Girl  Inclusive  Leadership  Women 

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Thank You Dr. Ford for Moving Us Forward

Posted By Administration, Monday, October 8, 2018
To Dr. Ford,

We want to thank you for the courage, honesty and selflessness you demonstrated over the last few weeks. While the decision didn’t go as many of us hoped this is by no means an entire loss. What you did, Dr., is turned up the mic for so many who don’t have a platform from which to speak. You woke up hundreds of thousands of people to a problem that is a regular occurrence in the workplace, schools, and homes around the world.

Now it is our turn as a country to step up for you and the countless others who suffer in silence. We as women have got to start standing up for one another. In the workplace we can be sure to encourage the quiet to speak up. We can mentor a newcomer to find their way. We can shine a light on brilliance when we see it. We can support women who strive to land leadership positions and can vote them onto Boards. Finally, we can listen and collaborate with those of opposing views and find a solution that works for all thereby demonstrating the power of a diverse and inclusive workplace.

Women and men need to have a conversation with their daughters, nieces, grand-daughters and hear what their day to day life is like as that the behavior that Dr. Ford experienced is seriously on the rise.
 
But it doesn’t have to. So what can we do?

We can remember in November. We can vote and get the hearts, minds and voices representative of today’s world, not that of an era gone by to make the decisions that will affect generations to come. Will everyone agree? No but that isn’t the point. Diversity of thought is the goal as that is what leads to innovation and iteration as a country. And that is what KEEPS America great.

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Choose to Make Your Mark with Watermark

Posted By Administration, Tuesday, October 2, 2018
Updated: Tuesday, October 2, 2018

 

Now more than ever, women need to unite their voices and own their mics, speaking their truth, gathering in numbers to rise above the cloudy din of crazy talk being spouted about by fearful individuals. For 25 years, Watermark has been a meeting place for women to raise one another up. Those getting started and those more senior, gather on a monthly basis to learn, to connect and to support one another in achieving their goals. With the recent signing of a bill in California, ensuring that there is at least one woman at the corporate table, we want to share with you some new advancements at Watermark that align with these powerful changes.

In 2019, we are adding new benefits for our members: some personal, some professional, but all with the intention of delivering to you access to the people, insights, serendipity and opportunities that you can only get at Watermark.

Q: Why should I be a member of Watermark?

A: Meet great people, learn from smart people and get the chance to participate in programming, thereby increasing your network and your professional value.

Q: What are some of the benefits?

A: As a member of Watermark, you receive discounts on tickets to our speaker series and networking events, as well as our conferences devoted to Innovation, Leadership, and Entrepreneurship. Next year, we are adding a new conference for women in Life and Health Sciences.

We turn to our members to participate in events either during our Fireside Chats at our Women Like Us (WLU) networking events, volunteers at our conferences and speaking series programs.

We gather insights from our membership to help us build the best and strongest programming we can. We literally build our calendar for you, and with you.

Through our partnerships with organizations such as The Athena Alliance and Boardwise for Board preparation to ReBoot Accel to launch or relaunch a career, our members enjoy discounts to these partner programs.

For your whole well-being, we have negotiated a year’s worth of coaching at what would normally be only 10 hours with our wonderful partners at, BetterUp.

We have created special longer form and digital leadership development programs with our partners, Exec|Comm, the Center For Creative Leadership, and the Professional Development Academy.

In our effort to support all aspects of life, Watermark works with securing discounts with partners who provide more personally oriented products such for a variety of products and services.

Q:  What are the levels of membership?

A: We have senior and emerging executive levels.

Q: Is there anything for those of us in the C-Suite?

A: Yes. We have a quarterly meeting for our C-Suite members. The evening includes networking, special speakers, dinner and then the opportunity to meet privately with a cohort of other members of your professional level.

 Q: Do I have to pay for all events or can I pay as I go?

A: We have a flex plan that requires a down payment ($245 for Emerging Executives, $445 for Senior execs) and then you pay for ONLY the events you attend and get a 40% discount off of the ticket price. For those who like a more one and done approach, we offer the Prestige level ($800 for Emerging Executives, $1000 for Senior execs), that provides you the ability to pay for all events up front.

Q: What’s on the horizon?

A: Coming soon in 2019 there will be additional benefits such as airline lounge availability, products and more. We will be holding member only programming such as a job fair for Emerging Executives, and senior level specific speakers.

Now is the time to find your voice, stand up in front and make your mark in the world. We would love to support you in any and every way. We look forward to you joining us!


Tags:  Emerging Executives  Executives  Leadership  Membership 

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New Watermark Partnerships with KPMG, NineSigma, and Mount Saint Mary’s University Focus on Leadership Programs for Women

Posted By Administrator, Tuesday, September 25, 2018
Updated: Monday, September 24, 2018

SAN FRANCISCO, September 25, 2018 -- Watermarkthe Bay Area’s largest nonprofit organization dedicated to increasing the number of women in leadership positions, announces its quarterly new partners joining the movement to advance women by fostering careers, along with community and corporate development. KPMG, one of Watermark’s newest partners, is a Fortune 50 company.

The new partners are KPMG (Fortune #29), Mount Saint Mary’s University, and NineSigma. These companies provide their women executives and emerging executives with the tools they need for success, by leveraging numerous Watermark programs to develop and empower employees in their professional careers and personal lives. These programs, many inclusive both for women and men, focus on Tactical Skills, Organization, Emotional Intelligence, and Yearlong Development.  

“Our goal is to eradicate gender inequities wherever they exist,” says Emerald Archer, PhD, Director of the Center for the Advancement of Women at Mount Saint Mary’s University. “To accomplish that, we must work collaboratively. We’re proud to partner with Watermark and support its efforts in the Bay Area to increase the number of women serving in leadership positions. It’s professional women like those who will help eliminate obstacles in the workplace and create equitable, supportive policies for women, their families and our communities.”

Celebrating its 25th anniversary, Watermark has an additional 35 partners, along with its individual members, benefiting from originally programming from Watermark’s 50+ events annually including multiple half-day conferences, speaker series, webinars, training sessions, and networking events. This year, its 5th annual Conference for Women, features keynotes from Serena Williams, Brené Brown, and Gloria Steinem.

“When companies partner with Watermark, they continue to build a reputation of not only supporting women in leadership roles, but proactively bringing positive change, diversity, and advancement from within their companies,” remarks Marlene Williamson, CEO of Watermark. “They become industry change-leaders by challenging other companies to follow suit.”

Watermark partners engage through its customized corporate programs and memberships to provide their women development opportunities designed to foster women’s careers through corporate advancement and retention. For additional information regarding Watermark partnership opportunities or programming, please contact Kate Byrne, kate@wearewatermark.org.

About Watermark

 Now celebrating its 25th anniversary, Watermark is the leading community of top women executives, emerging executives and entrepreneurs in the San Francisco Bay Area whose mission is to increase the number of women in leadership positions. The membership organization connects, develops and advocates for the advancement of women in the workplace by offering regular leadership development programs and networking opportunities and promoting gender diversity and equality initiatives. Watermark also supports girls’ leadership programs to help build a well-qualified workforce for the future.

About KPMG LLP

KPMG LLP is the independent U.S. member firm of KPMG International Cooperative (“KPMG International”). KPMG International’s independent member firms have 197,000 professionals working in 154 countries. Some or all of the services described herein may not be permissible for KPMG audit clients and their affiliates or related entities. Learn more at www.kpmg.com/us or follow us @KPMGUS_News.

 About NineSigma

Based in Independence, Ohio, NineSigma North America Inc. (NSNA) has served a wide variety of clients and industries since 2000. NSNA is committed to helping organizations in the Americas connect to new sources of innovation and Solution Providers from across the globe. NSNA’s Open Innovation model allows clients to rapidly gain access to new capabilities, knowledge and technical solutions to advance business objectives. Leveraging large technical crowds around the world through proactive open innovation strategies is a proven method to solve problems, generate new product ideas, discover new technologies and find new innovation partners. NineSigma North America Inc., brings together a team of innovation specialists to provide the highest professional level in Open Innovation services and practices. Our business development directors and program managers have a wide range of knowledge and expertise in all sectors and can help design an effective open innovation program strategy that is customized to your needs. www.ninesigma.com 

 About Mount Saint Mary's University

Mount Saint Mary’s is the only women’s university in Los Angeles and one of the most diverse in the nation. The University is known nationally for its research on gender equity, its innovative health and science programs, and its commitment to community service. As a leading liberal arts institution, Mount Saint Mary’s provides year-round, flexible and online programs at the undergraduate and graduate level. Weekend, evening and graduate programs are offered to both women and men. Mount alums are engaged, active, global citizens who use their knowledge and skills to better themselves, their communities and the world. www.msmu.edu

Contact

 Watermark | Erin Tselenchuk | erin@wearewatermark.org

 

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Taking Action: Getting Techical Women into the C-Suite

Posted By Administration, Thursday, September 20, 2018
Updated: Thursday, September 20, 2018

Register for Watermark's Advancing Technical Women with CCL. This is a day and a half in-person workshop in San Francisco on December 4-5, 2018. Join our informational webinar on October 2 for more information.

By Watermark Partner: Patty Burke, Center for Creative Leadership

Women in STEM careers are heroic!  They brave biases and fight stereotypes that are much worse than those of us in non-technical careers.   In many cases they are the only woman in their graduating class, and once they enter the workforce, they are one of the few women in their engineering group or technical lab.  At some point the ‘bro culture’ gets too frustrating, and they don’t stay to reap the benefits of their investment.  CCL and Watermark are partnering on a new leadership development experience to break this cycle.

The Promotion Pipeline is a Trickle

The statistics for women dropping out of engineering careers are alarming:  career lifespans for technical women are less than most goldfish!   According to recent research from the  National Center for Women in Technology, women in SET (Science, Engineering and Technology) leave their careers after 5-10 years, while the goldfish in your tanks survives for 10-15 years. 

No wonder there’s no pipeline of women ready to move into CTO, VP Engineering or Chief Scientist roles:

  • Women with STEM degrees are less likely than male counterparts to work in STEM jobs. 
  • More than half the women in STEM fields leave for other careers – and almost a third leave within their first year on the job.
  • Those who stay peak about 10 years into their career – failing to move into senior management or the executive suite

The bottom line: Though women continue to make gains across the broader economy, they remain dramatically underrepresented in STEM positions.

Breaking the Cycle---Promoting Technical Women

Research from CCL and Watermark on What Women Want in the Workplace shows the incredible value of women at work, so it’s even more important to give technical women every opportunity to succeed.   A group of us with the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL) from Silicon Valley decided to tackle this 2 years ago and began looking at the root causes and the knowledge and tools women need to break this cycle.  With input from the local chapter of IEEE Women in Engineering (WIE), we developed Advancing Technical Women (ATW) a unique 5-month on-line and face-to-face  leadership development journey designed to help women succeed and get promoted in STEM careers.  ATW content is based on CCL and industry research – a critical requirement with this audience of skeptical technologists. 

After 5 pilots and 120+ participants, CCL surveys are showing an exciting impact on the careers of technical women:

  • 92% Better equipped to advance in my career

  • 86%  Achieved better results as a leader

  • 79%  Improved visibility in my organization

  •  37% Promoted!  (higher level position or expanded scope of work)

One woman had the confidence to ask to have the engineering team of an acquired company report to her, and she got it!! 

Stretch Assignments:  The Path to Promotion

Not surprisingly, one of the most important requirements is access to stretch assignments.  Women often miss out on those big challenges because of unconscious (or conscious!) bias.  Bosses assume they won’t travel, they can’t move, or they are unable to manage major 24/7 projects with global teams because of family obligations.  Getting these assignments are a must for advancement and promotion, as well as job satisfaction.  In Advancing Technical Women, participants understand the research and tools for acquiring and succeeding at stretch assignments and develop action plans for getting projects that challenge them and lead to promotions.

CCL and Watermark’s Advancing Technical Women is a 5-month Learning Journey beginning in late November, with the 1.5 day on-site session in San Francisco on December 4-5, 2018.  Register here, or contact me or Kate Byrne for more information.

We are also hosting a complimentary Informational Webinar About Advancing Technical Women on October 2, 2018 to learn more about the course, REGISTER TODAY.

From pay inequality to appalling #metoo behavior, challenges for women in the workplace are top of mind for most of us and we’re taking action drive change. The Center for Creative Leadership is excited to be partnering with Watermark to change the equation for technical women too.

Tags:  CCL  Leadership  Leadership Skills  STEM  tech  women 

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Announcement: Make Your Mark Award Winners

Posted By Administration, Wednesday, September 19, 2018
Updated: Wednesday, September 19, 2018

 

Join us for our annual event, the Make Your Mark Awards! Enjoy old friends, make new ones and be inspired by the incredible women - and men - who make up the Watermark community. Let's celebrate these leaders who are driving change for women within their companies or organizations, and beyond! RSVP today to purchase your seat and your VIP Reception ticket.

Congratulations to the winners of this year's Make Your Mark Awards! And thank you for all the nominees submitted for consideration.

Connection: Brandi Galvin Morandi, Chief Legal Officer at Equinix

Development: Ana Gabriela Pinczuk, former President and General Manager at HPE

Advocacy: René Shimada Siegel, CEO and Founder at Connext

Impact: Women Who Code, accepted by Alaina Percival, CEO at Women Who Code

Bill Campbell Award: Rami Elghandour, CEO and President at Nevro

Watermark Senior Executive of the Year: Amee Cooper, Senior Director, R&D Operations at VMware, Inc.

Watermark Emerging Executive of the Year: Katherine Fordon, Corporate Communications Manager at Wilbur-Ellis

 

Over the next couple weeks, we are excited to share more about each of these special winners and their contributions to women in leadership! Subscribe to the Watermark blog to receive notifications about new posts. We look forward to celebrating with you in November.

 

If you are interested in sponsorship and/or table pricing, please contact Kate Byrne.

 

Many thanks to our Make Your Mark sponsors!

Tags:  Awards  leadership  Make Your Mark 

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