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From Generation to Generation- Developing Female Leaders

From Generation to Generation- Developing Female Leaders

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Our parents teach us so many lessons throughout our lives, that it's hard to say which teachings prove to be most important until we're adults ourselves. The same can be said about our children who inspire us in ways we may not even comprehend. In this chat, we're welcoming a mother-daughter combo to our virtual stage, to share the lessons they've learned about navigating their careers, combatting inequality in the workplace, and how to develop the next generation of female leaders. You asked, they're answering: What was the most valuable lesson the other has taught you? What's the biggest conflict you've faced in your career? How does being a mom impact your career trajectory? & more! MEET THE SPEAKERS: Mary Ann Bianco, Vice President Customer Success, is known as an Executive Leader with diverse experience driving revenue growth, building and scaling global organizations with a focus on operational excellence and business transformation. These strengths are evidenced throughout her career traversing senior operational roles within Oracle and Siemens. A strong foundation in field sales and business development, Mary Ann is exceptionally talented at building long-term profitable relationships, anticipating customer’s needs and solving complex problems across a large portfolio of technology solutions. Annalise Pfeiffer is a local Bay Area HR professional who joined Zenefits in Sept 2018. She studied at the University of Colorado- Boulder and has a B.S. in Psychology with a Business minor. She enjoys skiing, hiking and living in San Francisco with her cute dog, Zoey. Annalise recently moved from the recruiting team as a coordinator to the People team as an HR associate where she will be rolling out the new learning and development platform.

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