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Discover How Diverse Perspectives Fuel Business Success @ Autodesk

San Francisco, California, United States
Discover How Diverse Perspectives Fuel Business Success @ Autodesk

Autodesk wants you to thrive in your career — starting here ⬇️

You’re invited to a private networking event for senior-level professionals in San Francisco. During an evening of conversation and connections, you’ll meet diverse leaders at Autodesk, a global leader in design and make technology that understands the power of workplace inclusion.

(Don’t just take it from us. Autodesk has won awards like “Forbes’ Best Employers for Diversity” and “TIME’s World’s Best Companies.”)

Our goal? To help you build your network, explore career opportunities, and discover a diverse workplace where you could thrive.

Topics will include:

Agenda (Subject to change):

  • 4:45 PM PT: Check-in
  • 5:00 PM PT: Event begins
  • 5:15 PM PT: Networking
  • 5:35 PM PT: PowerToFly kick-off + welcome address
  • 5:50 PM PT: Panel discussion featuring individuals from Autodesk + audience Q&A featuring:
  • 6:30 PM PT: Additional networking
  • 7:00 PM PT: Event concludes

If the timing doesn’t work… RSVP to:

  1. Get your profile in front of Autodesk’s recruiters
  2. Get notified of future opportunities

About Autodesk: From the greenest buildings to the cleanest cars, from the smartest factories to the biggest stories, amazing things are created every day with Autodesk. Over four decades they’ve worked together with their customers to transform how things are made, and in doing so, they’ve also transformed what can be made. At Autodesk, they believe that when you have the right tools to work and think flexibly you have the power to transform what actually needs making. The power to design and make a better world for all.

About PowerToFly: PowerToFly is a women-run platform that works with companies to identify skilled professionals for networking and recruiting opportunities. Over the past few years, we’ve produced 2,000+ events worldwide with brands like Meta, Microsoft, Salesforce, and Deloitte, resulting in countless hires.

About PowerToFly’s Events: All RSVP’d attendees are welcome, regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, gender identity, pregnancy, physical or mental disability, or age. If you require assistance to fully participate in this event, please email, and we will contact you to discuss your specific needs.

→ PowerToFly cannot admit outside recruiters to this event. Please email if you have any questions about this policy.

Meet The Speakers

Maxim Williams
Maxim Williams
VP of Culture Diversity and Belonging

Maxim Williams is Autodesk's new VP of Culture, Diversity, and Belonging. In this role, Maxim leads the ongoing evolution of Autodesk culture while ensuring we continue our commitment to ensuring a diverse and inclusive workforce where everyone feels they belong. Maxim's 20+ career has spanned the tech and media industry most recently having led teams at Roku and Apple, as well as time spent in global retail while at Gap inc, and regional healthcare through Bon Secours Health System.

Sheryl Walton
Sheryl Walton
Senior Manager Global Technology Operations Enterprise Systems & Experience (ESE)

Sheryl is a Senior IT Manager with 15+ years of experience in driving digital transformations. She is known for aligning tech initiatives with business goals, improving efficiency, and fostering innovation. She advocates for diversity and inclusion in tech and is a mentor to aspiring women in IT. Sheryl is also a supporter of STEM education and has received industry recognition for her contributions.

Guillermo Melantoni
Guillermo Melantoni
Director of Product Management

Guillermo is Director of Product Management for Education and Business Logic Integration for Fusion 360 and Tinkercad. He has a degree in Architecture from Universidad de la República (Uruguay) and has worked as a design professor and consultant for architectural firms. He was hired by Autodesk in 2006 as Building Information Modeling technical evangelist for architectural firms. In 2008 Guillermo became Product Manager for AutoCAD and later led the efforts for the creation of the first Autodesk Suites. He spent the next four years managing the 123D line, Meshmixer and Tinkercad. He’s currently Head of Tinkercad and leads product management efforts around Fusion 360 for Education and integration of components shared with other Autodesk products.