Amplitude Girl Geek Dinner 2019
Women at Amplitude don’t hold back! Join us for a Girl Geek Dinner on February 27 hosted by Amplitude at our San Francisco headquarters! Learn more about some of the risks they took either in their career or every day at Amplitude. Join us for an evening of story sharing on risks, empowerment and learning over great food, drinks, and company with lightning talks given by women working in engineering, product, and marketing!
Talk Topic: “A Product Mindset For a Better Leader”
Sandhya Hedge’s career has spanned several roles from engineering to entrepreneurship to marketing. In this talk, hear what she learned about being a good product manager that helped her lead effectively and be a better person.
Talk Topic: “How Product and Infrastructure Analytics Influence Technical and Product Roadmaps”
Software engineers Cathy Nam and Samantha Pluth will talk about how they’ve learned to leverage product and infrastructure analytics to influence technical and product roadmaps. This skill has afforded them the ability to take more ownership over their product, team, and career roadmaps, ultimately increasing their developer satisfaction.
Talk Topic: “Leadership Can Be a Scary Place”
Great innovation comes from a strong sense of safety in the workplace. Women and people in underrepresented groups experience this as a barrier to innovation in many ways. After nearly 20 years of taking some successful (and less successful) risks in her career, Lisa Platt will share how she leverages her leadership roles to create safe places for people do their best work.
Amplitude is a Series D, $80 million funded leader in product analytics. Amplitude provides digital product intelligence that helps companies ship great customer experiences for systematic business growth. Headquartered in San Francisco with offices in New York, London, Paris, Amsterdam, Seattle, Austin and Singapore, Amplitude is the cross-platform intelligence solution of choice for modern product and growth teams. Amplitude serves over 26,000 customers including Microsoft, Dropbox, PayPal, Under Armour, Intuit, Twitter, Bonobos, and Peloton. Founded in 2012, and backed by top VCs – IVP, Battery Ventures, Benchmark, YCombinator, and Sequoia – our team is defining the future of how companies interact with data to build better products.