Girl Geek X

Girl Geek X

Girl Geek X Salesforce Dinner – January 10th, 2018 in San Francisco!

Girl Geek X Salesforce Tech Talks And Dinner

On Wednesday, January 10th, 2018 in San Francisco — Salesforce invites girl geeks to wander into a cozy Salesforce cabin and enjoy some campfire snacks, get hands on experience with our demos, listen to our engineer’s stories around the campfire, and enjoy meeting other members of the Girl Geek X community!

Our Ohana is excited to embark on this trail with you with an adventurous night filled with inspiration, networking, and s’more fun! All genders and ages welcome. Get your ticket to join us!

Girl Geek X Salesforce Event Agenda:

5:30pm – 7:00pm: Registration, Heavy Appetizers, Demos, Drinks & Networking
7:00pm – 7:45pm: Welcome & Lightning Talks
7:45pm – 8:30pm: Demos, Networking, & s’more Fun!

Please Follow Us:

Twitter: @GirlGeekX @SalesforceEng
Instagram: @GirlGeekX @SalesforceEng
Event Hashtag: #GirlGeekXSalesforce

Salesforce Girl Geek Speaker Bios:

Christina AmiryChristina Amiry, Salesforce Senior Director of Technical Program Management

Christina is a Senior Director of Technical Program Management at Salesforce. In this role within Technology & Products, she leads Infrastructure Customer Experience and Mergers & Acquisitions, Integration programs. Christina has 20 years of combined technical program management, implementation, and consulting experience. Within Salesforce, she’s held various leadership roles in HR Technology, Sales Engineering Enablement, to Salesforce University, and now in Infrastructure. Prior to joining Salesforce, she worked in industry leading companies such as Hewlett Packard, PriceWaterhouseCoopers, IBM, Wells Fargo, and two startup consulting firms. Christina holds a B.S. in Business Administration / Management Information Systems from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. She resides in Oakland, CA with her husband and two daughters. Follow her on Twitter at @cdramiry.

Talk Topic: “Trailblazing and Transformation: From HR to Infrastructure” by Christina Amiry

Sarah MeiSarah Mei, Salesforce UX Architect

Sarah has been writing code since before the internet had cats, and is currently an Architect in the UX Engineering group at Salesforce. She makes infrastructure, tools, and services to support adoption and usage of the Salesforce Lightning Design System across the Salesforce ecosystem. Prior to Salesforce, she spent ten years doing software consulting, helping teams of developers run efficiently and joyfully through software and process design. Prior to her consulting work, Sarah was as a product developer in Java, Ruby, and JavaScript. Her general technical interests lie at the intersection of software design, teams, and graph theory. Sarah speaks at (and runs) technical conferences and serves on several non-profit boards. She lives with her kids in San Francisco. Follow her on Twitter at @sarahmei.

Talk Topic: “The Treachery of Words” by Sarah Mei

Mary Ann JawiliMary Ann Jawili, Salesforce Software Engineer, Application UI Infrastructure

Mary Ann is a Software Engineer at Salesforce, where she develops core user experiences and functionality within Lightning Experience. Most recently, she contributed to myLightning’s theming feature, which lets companies ensure that Lightning aligns with their brand. She also onboards new hires with a class on user interface development. Outside of the office, she can be found biking, whether it’s to work, running errands, on vacation, for exercise, or with friends. Follow her on Twitter at @mjawili.

Talk Topic: “Colors & Color Spaces: A Primer” by Mary Ann Jawili

Brina LeeBrina Lee, Quip Engineering Manager

Brina is an Engineering Manager at Quip. Brina majored in Communications at UC San Diego as an undergrad, and began her first job at a startup in a marketing position. She quickly realized the company needed a website, and taught herself to build it. She enjoyed coding and decided to pursue a CS degree. While taking the necessary classes to apply for a Masters program, she continued working part-time and later joined Yahoo! as an Interaction Designer. A year and a half later, after starting a CS Masters program at UCSD, she landed internships at Google and Facebook. After joining Facebook full time and going through the onboarding program, she joined Instagram in 2013 as the first female engineer. After more than two years there, she joined Quip as a full-stack engineer and is now an engineering manager after Quip’s acquisition by Salesforce. Follow her on Twitter at @leebrina.

Talk Topic: “Live Apps: From Product to Platform” by Brina Lee

About Salesforce:

Salesforce is a trusted cloud platform that helps companies connect with their customers. We run 24×7 systems at massive scale, and give our customers innovative new capabilities with social, mobile and data science apps.

Event Tickets & Details:

Tickets go onsale Tuesday, January 2nd, 2018 at NOON Pacific Standard Time (PST).

Bay Area Girl Geek Dinner #157: Sponsored by Twilio

Twilio Girl Geek Dinner

Join the Women of Twilio for an evening of lightning talks on topics near and dear to their hearts on Thursday, December 14th at a Twilio Girl Geek Dinner in San Francisco!

At our “From Flamenco to Analytics, Learnings from DOers at Twilio” evening, hear from eight women at Twilio speak about various topics related to personal and professional growth. Start the holiday season off right with your fellow girl geeks! Join us at 6pm for snacks, drinks, and networking. Demo and talks start at 7pm.

Twilio Girl Geek Dinner Agenda:

6:00pm – 7:00pm – Check-in, Networking & Dinner!
7:00pm – 8:00pm – Twilio Demo & Talks!
8:00pm – 9:00pm – More Networking & Minging!

Please Follow Us:

Twitter: @Twilio @BayAreaGGD
Event Hashtag: #TwilioGirlGeekDinner

Twilio Girl Geek Speaker Bios:

Gowri Grewal (Senior Director of Sales & Solutions Engineering, Twilio)Gowri Grewal

Gowri Grewal leads the Sales and Solutions Engineering team at Twilio, along with our Expert Services team. She has been at Twilio since 2014, and in her spare time she loves to run, ski and generally spend time outdoors with her family.

Talk Topic: “What is Twilio?” by Gowri Grewal

Bobbi Jo Price (Director of Enterprise Partnerships, Jo Price

Bobbi Jo Price is the Enterprise Partnerships Director for With 15 years experience working in the tech sector serving clients in areas such as higher education, government, and healthcare, Bobbi Jo is excited to now be working within helping nonprofits and social enterprises think about communication strategies in new ways. Bobbi Jo spends her free time volunteering with seniors and at a therapeutic riding center in Orinda.

Talk Topic: “Communication for Social Good: Meet” by Bobbi Jo Price

Dhara Patel (Senior Manager, BI – Data Engineering & Analytics, Twilio)Dhara Patel

Dhara Patel is a Senior Manager of Business Intelligence (BI) group consists of data engineering and analytics functions at Twilio. She joined Twilio with a charter to form BI division and establish company wide BI practices. Today, her group has built systems and services that is supporting twilio wide data needs and has empowered twilions make data driven decisions. Prior to Twilio, she led data platform and analytics teams at Citrix – GoTo Division that provided insights to all business units and product teams. She has a proven track record of forming and leading high performing data teams with expertise in building large scale data systems supporting company wide analytics. She is passionate about providing actionable insights to the right people at the right time. She has a strong technical background and received her M.S. in Computer Science at USC. She also earned her M.S. in Information Technology with specialization in data systems back in India.

Talk Topic: “Analytics at Twilio” by Dhara Patel

Sri Esha Subbiah (Senior Engineering Manager, Twilio)Sri Esha Subbiah

Sri Esha Subbiah is Senior Engineering Manager in Twilio leading Data Platform team. She is a Technically well-versed and business savvy Leader with strong management experience coupled with technical experience. Earlier she worked for eBay and Oracle for 7 years. She has been one of the leader and board member of WIT (Women in Technology) and WIN (Women in Network) groups in those organjizations and was leading innovation track. She has 17+ years of Industry experience in various areas such as Oracle Middleware, Oracle ERP, Front End Frameworks, Backend Java Frameworks, Big Data and AI. She has done M.S (By Research) and published many research papers and articles in Journals about Intelligent Software Agents and IoT devices.

Talk Topic: “How To Form A Team” by Sri Esha Subbiah

Manasa Battula (Product Operations Manager – Fraud and Messaging Operations, Twilio)Manasa Battula

Manasa Battula helps teams operationalize their processes to deliver the best customer experience. At Twilio, she is a Product Operations Manager leading two teams, Fraud and Messaging Operations. Manasa moved to the US in 2007 and worked as User Operations Manager for a boot­strapped startup in the payments space. Prior to that, she worked in a variety of Operations roles at TATA and HSBC in India. She is an avid learner who has taught herself technical skills, such as Python and SQL, and constantly advocates for learning something new. She is passionate about easy to use API’s, scaling business needs with technology and ‘Drawing the Owl’. She is a 2017 Co-chair for Women@ Twilio ERG and advocates, volunteers and partners with WEST, a mentorship initiative that aims at encouraging and retaining women in tech. She holds an MBA from International Institute of Information Technology, India.

Talk Topic: “The Art of Developing a Habit” by Manasa Battula

Nivedita Reddy Musku (Senior Software Engineer, Twilio)Nivedita Reddy Musku

Nivedita Reddy Musku is a Senior Software developer working on Twilio Voice Media team. Previously, she worked as an Applications Developer in the Customer Service Management team at Service Now, an enterprise cloud company. She earned her M.S. in Computer Science from North Carolina State University. Follow her on Twitter at @nivedita_musku.

Talk Topic: “Voice Media App Demo” by Nivedita Reddy Musku

Cara Borenstein (Software Engineer, Twilio)Cara Borenstein

Cara Borenstein is a Software Engineer on the Network team at Twilio. She builds APIs that enable enterprise customers to connect privately to Twilio. Prior to Twilio, Cara was working in FinTech in New York. Cara is passionate about education and about empowering more women to pursue software engineering. Cara earned a B.S. in Computer Science from Columbia University. In her free time, she enjoys playing tennis and hiking.

Talk Topic: “Imposter Syndrome” by Cara Borenstein

Marnie Skehan (Contact Center Solutions Specialist, Twilio)Marnie Skehan

Marnie Skehan began her 25 year Enterprise Software Sales career during the early 90’s. After spending several years in the fast-moving arena, she entered the Enterprise Contact Center Communications space with Aspect Communications. She then worked at Genesys in the Sales Channel organization, where she was the Bay Area Director of Strategic Sales. Presently, Marnie is maintaining the same sales velocity at Twilio, where her tenured Contact Center and Enterprise Engagement expertise is helping the North American Sales Team target partnerships. Marnie’s board positions have included The Stylist Online, The San Jose Flamenco Society, SOCAP International, and the Northern California Contact Center Association. Follow her on Twitter at @MLSClassic.

Talk Topic: “Learn to Flamenco in Five Minutes!” by Marnie Skehan

About Twilio:

Twilio powers the future of business communications. Enabling phones, VoIP, and messaging to be embedded into web, desktop, and mobile software. We take care of the messy telecom hardware and expose a globally available cloud API that developers can interact with to build intelligent and complex communications systems.

Event Tickets & Details:

Tickets on sale starting at 12:00pm PST on Thursday, November 30th, 2017 at Eventbrite!

Bay Area Girl Geek Dinner #156: Sponsored by Stripe

Stripe Girl Geek Dinner

Join Bay Area Girl Geek Dinners at Stripe for a night of “Adversarial Engineering” on Tuesday, December 12th, 2017! Hear from three Stripe engineers on various topics centered around security and machine learning. Join us at 6pm for snacks, drinks, and networking. Talks will start promptly at 6:45pm.

Stripe Girl Geek Dinner Agenda:

6:00pm – 6:45pm – Check-in, Snacks, Mingling!
6:45pm – 7:30pm – Adversarial Engineering Talks – Followed By Q&A
7:30pm – 8:00pm – More Mingling!

Please Follow Us:

Twitter: @Stripe @BayAreaGGD
Event Hashtag: #StripeGirlGeekDinner

Stripe Girl Geek Speaker Bios:

Alyssa Frazee (Machine Learning Engineer, Stripe)

Alyssa Frazee

Alyssa Frazee is a machine learning engineer at Stripe, where she builds models to stop fraud. Before Stripe, she did a PhD in biostatistics and fell in love with programming at the Recurse Center. Follow her on Twitter at @acfrazee.

Talk Topic: “Explaining Decisions From Black-Box Models” by Alyssa Frazee
Machine learning models are often described as “magic” or “black boxes”: the important thing is what goes into them and what comes out, not necessarily how that output is calculated. Sometimes this is what we want: many consumers don’t really need to see inside the sausage factory, as they say—they just want a tasty tubular treat. But other times, a prediction from a box full of magic isn’t satisfying. In Stripe’s production machine learning system that declines high-risk credit card charges, businesses and customers often (rightly) want to know why our decline system made the decision it did. This talk will illustrate how we give reasons for our system’s risk judgments on payments.

Fay Wu (Software Engineer, Stripe)

Fay Wu

Fay Wu is a software engineer at Stripe, helping businesses fight fraud in online payments with Radar. She loves languages and rolled ice cream. Follow her on Twitter at @mfaywu.

Talk Topic: “Building A Simple DSL With Parslet” by Fay Wu
Learn how Stripe’s fraud detection tool evaluates rules to determine the outcome of transactions and build a simple domain-specific language using Parslet, a small Ruby library for constructing PEGs (Parsing Expression Grammars)!

Pamela Vagata (Software Engineer, Stripe)

Pamela Vagata

Pamela Vagata is a software engineer at Stripe working on AI. Prior to joining Stripe she has worked on AI and big data infrastructure at Facebook. She loves dancing and her two silly dogs. Follow her on Twitter at @pam_vagata.

Talk Topic: “Learning Representations Of Merchants” by Pamela Vagata
Come learn how we apply NLP techniques to discover structure in non-textual data and learn vector representations for Stripe’s merchants.

About Stripe:

Stripe is a software platform for starting and running internet businesses. Hundreds of thousands of businesses—from startups to Fortune 500 companies—rely on Stripe’s software tools to accept payments, expand globally, and create new revenue streams. Stripe has been at the forefront of expanding internet commerce, powering new business models, and supporting the latest platforms, from marketplaces to mobile commerce sites. Stripe users include Lyft, Kickstarter, Salesforce, Shopify, Facebook, Slack, UNICEF and many more.

At Stripe, we believe that growing the GDP of the internet is a problem rooted in code and design, not finance. Stripe is built for developers, makers, and creators. We work on solving the hard technical problems necessary to build global economic infrastructure—from designing highly reliable global systems to developing advanced machine learning algorithms to prevent fraud. Learn more at

Event Tickets & Details:

Tickets on sale starting at 12:00pm PST on Monday, November 20th, 2017 at Eventbrite!

Bay Area Girl Geek Dinner #155: Sponsored by Oracle

Oracle Girl Geek Dinner

Oracle is hosting a Girl Geek Dinner on Thursday, December 7, 2017 at Oracle Headquarters in Redwood Shores!

Whether it is your professional development or the power of using technology and your engineering skills, join us at Oracle and discover how to develop the tomorrow you deserve!

Come celebrate with us for an evening of conversation, networking and discovery of some of the leading technology being developed right now at Oracle. Our Girl Geek Dinner will feature delicious food and drink, great speakers and exciting demos including Emerging Technologies, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and Cloud Apps. Don’t miss the door prizes and giveaways!

Oracle Girl Geek Dinner Agenda:

5:15pm – 6:30pm – Check-in, Networking, Food and Drinks, Demos & Prizes!
6:30pm – 8:00pm – “Develop Your Tomorrow”: Keynote, Lightning Talks & Panel
8:00pm – 8:30pm – Networking, Demos & Refreshments!

Please Follow Us:

Twitter: @Oracle @BayAreaGGD
Event Hashtag: #OracleGirlGeekDinner #OracleWomen

Oracle Girl Geek Speaker Bios:

Thomas Kurian, President, Product Development

Thomas Kurian

Keynote Speaker
Thomas Kurian is president of Oracle product development and reports to Oracle executive chairman of the board and chief technology officer Larry Ellison. He is responsible for leading software development and transitioning the company’s technology to Oracle Cloud. For the past several years, Kurian has been responsible for the Oracle Fusion Middleware family of products. Under his leadership, that business became the fastest-growing within Oracle and the industry’s leading middleware product suite. Since 2008, Kurian has also led the development for Oracle’s next-generation business applications, Oracle Fusion Applications.
Kurian has been with Oracle since 1996, holding various product management and development positions. Prior to joining Oracle, he worked as a consultant in London, Brussels, and San Francisco with international management consulting firm McKinsey & Company, serving clients in the software, telecommunications, and financial services industries.
Kurian has a BA in electrical engineering from Princeton University, where he graduated summa cum laude. He also has an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business, where he was an Arjay Miller Scholar. He serves as an advisory member on the boards of several international venture funds and software companies.

Gretchen Alarcon, Group Vice President, Product Strategy

Gretchen Alarcon

Lightning Talk
Gretchen Alarcon is Group Vice President for Oracle’s Human Capital Management (HCM) cloud solutions. With over 20 years’ experience in product strategy, Alarcon has taken her knowledge of the industry to showcase the importance of modernization in Core HR, Talent Acquisition and HR Data Analytics, through the integration of cloud apps. She has worked at Ford and Icarian where she drove strategic human resource initiatives. She holds an MBA from the University of Michigan and a BA in American Studies from Stanford University.

Michelle Hulst, Group Vice President, Marketing & Strategic Partnerships

Michelle Hulst

Lightning Talk
In her role as Group Vice President, Marketing & Strategic Partnerships for Oracle Data Cloud, Michelle is responsible for creating and managing marketing, strategy, and key global partnerships, including data partnerships fueling Oracle Data Cloud’s measurement and targeting products. Prior to it being acquired by Oracle, she was at Datalogix from 2006–2015, where she was Senior Vice President, Strategic Partnerships and Business Development. She also was an original member of the executive team that led the sale of Datalogix to Oracle. Michelle received her MBA in Strategy, Marketing and Entrepreneurship from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and a B.A. in Organizational Psychology from the University of Michigan. She is an advisory board member for Valassis, a Harland Clarke Company. Michelle lives in the Bay Area with her husband and three sons.

Renu Chintalapati, Senior Director, ERP Analytics

Renu Chintalapati

Renu Chintalapati is Senior Director, BI Applications at Oracle, focused on developing the BI applications in the Enterprise Resource Planning and the Human Capital Management areas. These applications help customers run their business more efficiently with actionable insights into their data. Prior to (re) joining Oracle this August, Renu worked at a Series C Startup, Numerify for four years leading the BI Applications product team. Prior to that, Renu was Director of Product Development at Oracle, leading the BI Applications for Enterprise Resource Planning.

Rashim Mogha, Senior Director, Product Management

Rashim Mogha

Rashim Mogha is Senior Director, OCI Product Management at Oracle. She leads the strategy for customer enablement through training, certification, and references. She is a skilled leader in the training and enablement and is passionate about driving customer success. Her career portfolio is extensive and consists of prominent companies, such as Amazon Web Services (AWS), VMware, Hitachi Data Systems, and NIIT. Rashim is a published author and regularly shares her thoughts through Association for Talent Development (ATD).

Vivian Wong, Group Vice President, Higher Education Development

Vivian Wong

Vivian Wong is a dynamic, outcome-driven, and accomplished technology executive who is highly focused on service excellence and customers’ success. She brings a wealth of experience and talent to develop world-class software and lead global engineering teams. Vivian has a proven track record in delivering high quality products from concept to market, with over 20 years of experience building enterprise software and Cloud applications at PeopleSoft, Taleo, ServiceMax, TargetX and Oracle. Vivian is currently leading the Higher Education Product Development organization at Oracle for the latest innovation and delivery of Oracle Student Cloud.  As a strong customer advocate, she ensures that quality, usability, performance and scalability are always designed and built into her products. Outside of the office, Vivian is passionate about making the world a better place and leads her team to continue to give back to the community through ongoing philanthropic projects.

Maria Kaval, Vice President, UI Technologies

Maria Kaval

Panel Moderator
Maria Kaval is a Vice President of Engineering at Oracle Corporation with over 20 years experience. She started her career as a software engineer at Siebel Systems, and after Siebel Systems was acquired by Oracle in 2005, she has held various positions in Software Development at Oracle, recently focusing on UI Development for the Cloud. At Oracle, Maria is also a Community Leader for the Oracle Women’s Leadership initiative. Maroa holds 4 patents in the area of Software Engineering. Kaval is on the National Board for TechBridge Girls, a non-profit to promote under-represented girls in STEM fields, as well as a Girl Scout Leader. Born in Sweden, and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, Maria earned a B.S. in Computer Science from Stanford University and an M.S. in Computer Science from Stanford University. She lives with her husband and two daughters in Menlo Park.

Leor Chechik, Principal Applications Engineer

Leor Chechik

Leor Chechik is a full-stack developer working on Oracle Financials Cloud Applications. During her 11 years at Oracle she has worked in diverse teams and projects, including Server Technologies, Front-End development and Back-end API’s. As the Community Leader for the Oracle Women Leadership Tech Community, Leor organizes a wide range of events with a focus on women in tech, including Tech Panels, Lightning Talks and lean-in circles. Leor earned her MS in Computer Science at Stanford University, and her BS in Computer Science at Glasgow University, UK.

Event Tickets & Details:

Tickets on sale starting at 12:00pm PST on Tuesday, November 14th, 2017 at Eventbrite!

Bay Area Girl Geek Dinner #154: Sponsored by IXL

IXL Girl Geek Dinner

Come join us at IXL Girl Geek Dinner on Thursday, November 30th, 2017 in San Mateo to learn about how IXL is shaping the future of education.

Hear lightning talks from IXL dev teams sharing on the theme of “Small Change, Big Impact” and what that means for both customers and students! All genders / ages welcome.

IXL Learning is a leading educational technology company on a big mission: delivering an immersive learning experience to all students, in all grades and subjects, in schools and homes worldwide. We leverage cutting-edge technologies to solve seemingly intractable problems in education. Millions of users count on us to make learning as effective as can be, and we’re looking for exceptional people who are committed to solving the real-world challenges faced by students and teachers around the world.

IXL Girl Geek Dinner Agenda:

5:00pm – 6:30pm – Check-In, Networking, Dinner & Drinks
6:30pm – 7:40pm – Welcome from IXL Learning with lightning talks
7:40pm – 8:30pm – Dessert & More Networking!

Please Follow Us:

Twitter: @IXLLearning @BayAreaGGD
Event Hashtag: #IXLGirlGeekDinner

IXL Girl Geek Speaker Bios:

Desirée Stanley (Science Program Manager, IXL)Desirée Stanley
Desirée Stanley is the Program Manager in charge of Science at IXL. She leads the science curriculum design team at IXL, working with a team of scientist and educators to create an engaging, accessible way for students to learn about the natural world. She came to IXL in 2014 from a molecular biology graduate program at the University of California, San Francisco. There, she earned a master’s degree and studied a fungus that is probably living in your gut.

Kevin Gould (English Language Arts Curriculum Designer, IXL)Kevin Gould
Kevin Gould is a English Language Arts Curriculum Designer at IXL. Before joining IXL in 2015, Kevin got his doctorate in cognitive linguistics at the University of Colorado Boulder. While in Boulder, his research in language learning and embodied cognition won him a Small Business Innovation and Research grant from the National Science Foundation. Kevin devotes his spare time to reading and writing, playing guitar, making pizza, and stressing out about the Chicago Cubs. He lives with his wife, Lisa, and his little dog, Pongo, in Burlingame.

Julia Zhu (Senior Software Engineer, IXL)Julia Zhu
Julia Zhu is a Senior Software Engineer at IXL. Julia has always loved art, teaching, and coding, and puts them together in her role as a front end developer at IXL. Her current work consists of leading a team of developers to improve and when possible, replace, legacy code. Decorating her cube is an important side project of hers. She earned a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Cornell University, with minors in game design, information science, and psychology.

Amy Walecka (Senior Product Manager, IXL)Amy Walecka
Amy Walecka is a Senior Product Manager at IXL. She has over 5 years of product development experience and an unwavering passion for improving education through technology. Focused on delivering a high-quality product and delightful user experience, Amy works on improving the IXL student experience. She works closely with our engineering, content, marketing, and user support teams to grow and improve IXL Learning’s popular online learning program. Amy holds a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from Pepperdine University and a master’s degree in Management Science and Engineering from Stanford University.

So Yun Jin (User Experience, IXL)So Yun Jin
So Yun Jin works on user experience at IXL. Prior to joining IXL, So Yun earned her bachelor’s degree in Information Science with a specialization in UX Design at the University of Michigan. Her main role at IXL is to design components that form the problems in the IXL product, and she is passionate about solving complex design problems to improve student experiences.

Samarth Bahuguna (User Experience, IXL)Samarth Bahuguna
Samarth Bahuguna works on user experience at IXL. He earned a Master of Human-Computer Interaction from Carnegie Mellon University, where he developed a passion for interaction design. His areas of interest also include rapid prototyping, motion design and accessibility. Since joining IXL a year ago, Samarth has worked across IXL’s educational content with a focus on Math skills for young students.

Event Tickets & Details:

Tickets on sale starting at 12:00pm PST on Thursday, November 9th, 2017 at Eventbrite!