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The Quest for an Antidote: Curing Imposter Syndrome In Tech


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The Quest for an Antidote: Curing Imposter Syndrome In Tech

Whats Working, What’s Needed

Imposter syndrome in the tech industry has often been associated with women, but studies show that both men and women have experienced these feelings of doubt and uncertainty. Where is all this intimidation coming from, and how do we overcome it together? Join Sarvenaz Myslicki, VP of Technology at AMEX and non-profit leader within the Society of Women in Engineering, as she shares her journey to eradicate imposter syndrome – for herself and across the tech industry.

Sarvenaz Myslicki

Bridget Finkeldey

Sarvenaz Myslicki is Vice President of Technology at American Express, where she leads global web engineering, enterprise services, loyalty, and site reliability engineering. She holds a BS and MS in Computer Science and an Executive MBA. Based in New York, Sarvenaz is a nonprofit leader, a published author, and a professional speaker.

Maryella Marie

Sanmaya Mohanty

Maryella Marie [she/her] is a renaissance womxn and social impact multimedia producer who has spent a decade working with diverse technologists, independent artists, and divergent innovators across the globe to deepen their audiences’ emotional intelligence.

You can find her at The Positive Force Team curating and facilitating masterclasses and workshops centered around emotional intelligence, equity, and creative leadership; producing mindful collaborations between artists and organizations in the Americas to build bridges and inspire positive social impact, and creative directing the “Brainwashing” radio series featuring counter-culture conversations, storytelling, ASMR, and independent music from heart-full thought-leaders, visionaries, and independent artists around the world.

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