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Inspiring Innovation: Women in Technology at Autodesk Montreal

Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Inspiring Innovation: Women in Technology at Autodesk Montreal
45 minutes
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You’re invited to a private networking event with Autodesk’s women technology innovators.

Join us in Montreal for an evening of new connections, tech talks, and career opportunities with a global leader in design and make technology. Autodesk’s technologists are behind the world’s greenest buildings, cleanest cars, smartest factories, and more — and they want to tell you all about it.

Over light refreshments & transparent conversation, you’ll:

  • 🔍 Meet a few of Autodesk’s women technology leaders
  • 💡 Hear a firsthand perspective on exciting tech projects
  • 🚀 Explore potential career opportunities (if you’re open to it!)
  • 🗣️ Network, network, network

The event is 100% free and no preparation is required. Come as you are, and have a good time! 💫

Agenda (Subject to change):
  • 5:00 PM ET - Check-in and networking
  • 5:40 PM ET - Event kick-off
  • 5:45 PM ET - Panel discussion & audience Q+A featuring:
  • 6:25 PM ET - Closing remarks
  • 6:30 PM ET - Additional networking
  • 7:00 PM ET - Event concludes

If the timing doesn't work... RSVP to:

  1. Get your profile in front of Autodesk recruiters
  2. Keep the door open for future career 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, Autodesk, Salesforce, and Deloitte, resulting in countless hires.

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Meet The Speakers

Tram Le-Ngoc
Tram Le-Ngoc
Senior Manager Technical Programs

Tram Le-Ngoc, Senior Manager Technical Programs at Autodesk, has been with the company for 18 years. She specializes in managing complex cross-product collaborations and delivering products. Tram's leadership stands out for her ability to engage teams and build partnerships across different disciplines. She is dedicated to coaching, mentoring, and creating an inclusive work environment to foster individual’s growth and success. As the Montreal Chapter Lead for the Asian Network ERG, she aspires to build a supportive community. She has a background in software development in the flight simulation industry and holds a Bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering from Concordia University, Canada. Her upbringing in Vietnam, Côte d’Ivoire, and now Canada, guides her global mindset and her passion for creative collaborations, with a belief that curiosity and empathy are at the heart of impactful change.

Chloé Mignot
Chloé Mignot
Manager, Principal Software Development

Chloé completed a bachelor’s degree in Pure Mathematics. Having an interest in 3d modeling and animation, she started her career working on solid geometry modeling and animation of mathematical surfaces in the early 2000s. Chloé joined Autodesk in 2004 to work on 3ds Max as a software developer. Over the years, she built a solid expertise of 3ds Max development contributing to a wide range of subjects: data exchange, interactive workflows, animation, rendering. More recently, she joined the Security team for the Entertainment and Media Solution group moving forward with new opportunities to have an impact on our customers. She is also passionate about early career recruitment and mentoring, working with interns for several years now.

Sylvie Grant
Sylvie Grant
Senior Manager Technical Programs

Sylvie joined Autodesk as a Technical Program Manager in April 2022, and is now leading the AEC Data Model programs for the PSET organization. Her educational background includes an Executive MBA, a PMP Certification, and a Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics and Computer Science from Concordia University. Alongside her professional responsibilities, giving back to her community is important to Sylvie, she dedicates time to volunteer for Greek Girls events and serves as the co-Lead for the Montreal AWN Chapter. Previously, Sylvie had spent 22 years at CAE, specializing in synthetic environment for flight simulation, and held several leadership roles. Currently, she holds the position of Senior Manager, Technical Programs at Autodesk, leading a team of TPMs for the APMO, Agile Program Management Office. Outside of work, Sylvie enjoys staying in shape, cooking (and eating), skiing and winter sports but most of all spending time with her two teenagers.