Penn / Wharton Women's Summer Networking Event
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Penn / Wharton Women's Summer Networking Event

The Trustees Council of Penn Women invite you to our annual summer networking event on June 12, 2018. This year's topic is Women in Technology and features Penn Alumnae on our panel.

When: June 12, '18
6:30 PM
Where: Headspace
2415 Michigan Ave
Santa Monica, California  90404
United States
Contact: Michal Clements

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Please join us for an exciting evening of networking and learning at this year's TCPW Summer Networking event. We kick off the evening with speed networking, then head into a panel discussion with Penn and Wharton Alumnae across a broad spectrum of tech firms. 

Trustees Council of Penn Women is an international network of Penn Alumnae. These leaders, by power of their example, support, foster, and promote the advancement of women and women’s issues within the University, thus enriching the University community as a whole. 

Penn Women in Tech Panelists

Stella LatschaENG'13 GEN'13

Mechanical Engineer, Space Exploration Technologies

Meesh Pierce, TCPW, W'93, WG'98

VP, Product Management AutoGravity 

 Joanna Popper, WG'00

 EVP, Singularity

 Diana Zhou, WG'16

Market Strategy Manager, Hyperloop One  

 Shari Wakiyama, WG'04


Shari Wakiyama is Director, Product CoreTech with Fandango, the number one destination for

Film Fans. Shari's responsible for the Company's customer and data initiatives. Shari has more

than twenty-five years of experience in product management, data science and analytics,

marketing, technology development, business strategy, finance, and business

development. Formerly, as Director, Data Science and Product at Inmar, she led the Data

Science Team. She also was vice president with M&T Bank, senior software engineer with

Northrop Grumman, consultant for the electrical engineering division with Air Products and

Chemicals, Inc., and high school mathematics and computer science teacher. Shari holds a

Bachelor of Arts dual degree in Mathematics and Education from LaSalle University, an M.Ed. in

Mathematics from DeSales University, an M.B.A. from The Wharton School, University of

Pennsylvania, and completed graduate work in computer science at Villanova University.

Parking: Ample parking at Bergamot Station. Street parking may be available on Michigan Ave.

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