Aditi Banarjee, Ph.D
Head of Medical Devices Engineering Services, Infosys Ltd.

Aditi Banerjee leads the Medical Devices business in Engineering Services at Infosys Ltd. and is responsible for driving growth initiatives in strategic accounts. In addition, she manages the Railroads business in Engineering Services, and Internet of Things business in growth markets. Dr. Banerjee has 20 years of business, marketing, and technology leadership experience in the Product and Engineering services industry.

Prior to joining Infosys, she worked in Texas Instruments, where she was worldwide Marketing Manager in Analog and Embedded business units. At Texas Instruments, she held responsibility for acquisition of new business and scaling business growth across diverse industries in Global markets. Dr. Banerjee holds three US patents and has authored 13 technical publications. She is a member of the Industry Advisory Board at Southern Methodist University Dallas and University of Arkansas, and is also a member of Advisory Board of Women in Technology International (WITI). She received her Ph.D. in Material Science and Engineering from North Carolina State University, her M.S. from Pennsylvania State University, her MBA from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, and her Bachelor in Engineering degree from NIT, Nagpur, India.

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Maryanne Baumgarten, Ph.D
Head of Diversity & Inclusion Culture @ SLAC

Maryann Baumgarten is a motivational advisor to business leaders around the world. As an organizational psychologist and the Founder & CEO of Lit Up Leadership, Dr. Baumgarten helps leaders activate the often hidden potential latent in their teams and themselves for exponential performance growth, leadership impact, and business innovation. She has been recognized as a global award-winning leadership development consultant working alongside numerous business leaders at Microsoft, Google, Apple, and other successful large, mid-sized, and small businesses.

Prior to founding Lit Up Leadership, Dr. Baumgarten spent 14 years at Microsoft, building the company's Gen Y career and leadership development programs. She holds five academic degrees in human science, including a Ph.D in Human and Organizational Systems; and is the author of Engage: How Leaders Bring More Energy to Work and Life. Dr. Baumgarten is currently the Head of Diversity and Inclusion at the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory (operated by Stanford University and funded by the US Department of Energy).

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Madonna Bolano
Group Vice President, Global Human Resources, Applied Materials

Madonna Bolano has led the global Human Resources function for Applied Materials since February 2014. Prior to this position, she was head of HR for the Silicon Systems Group (SSG), the Company's largest business group. Bolano and her team support the business to attract, develop and retain industry-leading talent and provide a climate and incentives to maximize the value they create for Applied. She has worked with executives to successfully close and integrate major mergers and acquisitions, reorganize the business, improve employee engagement, and create and staff new organizations.

Prior to joining the SSG organization in October 2009, Bolano led HR for the Display and SunFab Solar group. She re-joined Applied in July 2009 from SunPower Corporation, where she supported the Worldwide Operations organization and led the HR Operations function. Prior to SunPower, she held HR leadership positions for 15 years in the semiconductor equipment industry at Lam Research Corporation, Applied Materials and AG Associates (now part of Mattson Technology, Inc.).

Bolano has been recognized for her achievements and influence inside and outside the workplace. She received the 2015 YWCA Silicon Valley Tribute to Women Award and in 2014 was named one of the "Top 50 Most Powerful Women in Technology" by the National Diversity Council, and a "Woman Worth Watching" by Profiles in Diversity Journal. She is a member of Applied's Community Engagement Council and holds a bachelor of arts degree in sociology with highest honors from the University of California, Berkeley.

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Jerry Cutini
President and CEO, Strasbaugh, Inc.

Mr. Cutini has worked in the semiconductor equipment industry since 1981. In 1990 he co-founded OnTrak Systems, a CMP wafer cleaning Equipment Company. After developing proprietary CMP technology and executing an initial public offering in 1995 at a value of $225 million, OnTrak was acquired by Lam Research in 1997 for $400 million. Mr. Cutini served at Lam as president of the OnTrak division. In 1999 he joined Gasonics International as EVP of Marketing and Business Development and helped lead the acquisition by Novellus. Tapped by venture capitalists and industry experts, he is a known expert in driving post-merger integrations that quickly achieve profitability and solidify company operations to support rapid growth. He has served on multiple public and private company boards and is a veteran of the US Navy, where he studied electronics.

Mr. Cutini is currently the President and CEO of Strasbaugh, Inc., located in San Luis Obispo, CA. Strasbaugh manufactures CMP and grinding equipment for use in the production of nanotechnology for the Internet of Things (IoT), mobile computing platforms, LED lighting and a wide array of semiconductor devices. Strasbaugh is best known for developing some of the first CMP and Grinding products used in the semiconductor industry and more recently for developing leading technology in hard materials grinding and CMP.

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Debbie Gustafson
CEO, Energetiq Technology, Inc.

Debbie Gustafson is the Chief Executive Officer of Energetiq Technology, Inc., a high tech equipment company. Debbie is a hands-on executive and leader with a proven track record of organizational success in the semiconductor and related industries. She is an expert in operations and sales & marketing. She has vast international experience including Asia, Europe, and Israel and is experienced in negotiating large, complex and multifaceted contracts and supplier agreements. Debbie also serves on the board of directors at WEST. WEST is a learning community that provides women in the enterprise of science and technology with the inspiration, knowledge, and connections to reach their full potential.

She has held strategic marketing and sales positions at Mykrolis (Entegris), ASTeX (MKS), Teradyne and Helix (Brooks Automation). She holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Southeastern Massachusetts University (UMass Dartmouth) and an MBA in Management from Bentley University.

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Tonie Hansen
Senior Director, Corporate Responsibility, Nvidia

Tonie oversees corporate responsibility, a function she helped to build since starting at NVIDIA in 2006. As a strategist and communicator, she works with colleagues to streamline social and environmental compliance efforts, as well as drive best practice and leadership initiatives that strengthen NVIDIA's sustainability and brand reputation. She publishes the company's CSR report and engages with shareholders, NGOs and customers as they track NVIDIA's progress. Tonie also leads NVIDIA's charitable foundation, which aims to accelerate solutions to the world's most pressing issues in health and education. She's recently partnered with HR to develop NVIDIA's diversity initiative, as well as completed a board term with the Electronics Industry Citizenship Coalition, a global supplier responsibility consortium. She earned her MBA in 2000 from Babson College, has been recognized by the Silicon Valley Business Journal as a Women of Influence, and received a YWCA Tribute to Women award.

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Dipesh Patel
EVP Incubation Businesses, ARM

Dipesh is the Exec sponsor of ARMís D&I initiatives. With his nearly 20 years at ARM and prior professional experience, he is well versed in working with and across multi-generational teams. His corporate roles at ARM are: responsible for development of new businesses to create solutions to enable the Internet of Things. He was previously EVP Technical Operations, responsible for ARM's infrastructure used for IP development. Before this role he was general manager of the physical design group. Dipesh joined ARM in 1997 and has held senior management positions working primarily in System on Chip (SoC) related activities including vice president of Technology for physical IP and Director of Research.

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Lubab Sheet-Davis
Senior Director, Corporate Technology Development, Lam Research Corporation

Lubab is Senior Director of Corporate Technology Development at Lam Research Corporation (LRCX) where she is responsible for strategy and communications for the disruptive research team and leads innovation and university research collaborations company-wide. She also serves on the Board of Directors of Silver Aqua, a social enterprise bringing low cost water treatment to at risk populations, serves on an industrial advisory board for the Center for Physical Sciences & Technology in Lithuania and serves on the steering committee of Joint Venture Silicon Valley’s Surplus Harvest initiative.

Lubab has 25 years of business development experience in corporate, entrepreneurial and non profit sectors. Her professional background includes eight years at Lam Research Corporation in corporate and technology strategy - working directly with executive leadership on mergers & acquisitions, venture investments, the long term research group organizational design, technology portfolio management and innovation. Prior to Lam she spent five years at Semiconductor Equipment and Materials International, where she established an emerging technology vertical for the global not-for-profit association.

During her time at SEMI she became an internationally recognized speaker on nanotechnology, including being invited to share her perspective on the role of nanotechnology in industry by the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology as part of their diligence for policy recommendations. Prior to SEMI, she was co-founder and Vice President of Content for an e-commerce start up, SemiSales. As an entrepreneur, she was one of only 12 alumni recognized for leadership by the Santa Clara University Leavey School of Business. She started her career at Rose Associates providing customized market research and management consulting services to global materials companies.

Lubab is passionate about poverty alleviation, focused on providing food and water security, and the environment. She served on the Board of Directors, including as Chairperson, for non profit organizations including The Youth Foundation, Loaves & Fishes Family Kitchen and Sustainable Community Gardens.

Lubab holds a Bachelor of Science degree from San Jose State University and a Masters of Business Administration from Santa Clara University. She has completed the UC Berkeley Center for Entrepreneurship Engineering Leadership Professionals Program and taken executive courses at Wharton. She lives happily in Mountain View with her husband and enjoys trekking to remote locations in the world, gardening and cooking.

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Coaches & Mentors

Vasudha Badri-Paul
Digital Campaigns Manager, GE Digital

Vasudha Badri-Paul has a background in technology marketing, having worked with large organizations such as Microsoft and GE, as well as lean tech start-ups. In her various career avatars, she has tackled both creative and analytical projects. More recently, she has evolved in the dynamic social media advocacy and influencer marketing realm. Currently, she manages digital campaigns (Digital Ads, Social) at GE Digital, for their Predix Industrial Internet platform. Vasudha has a MBA from Rochester, NY and a Bachelors in Physics and Math from Bangalore, India.

Speed Mentor Topic:
Digital Marketing Campaigns

Lunch Topic:
Social Media Advocacy

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Hillary Barnhart
Senior Director, Business Operations & Program Management, Applied Materials, WITI WINS-SEMI Network Director

Entrepreneurial, connected, results-oriented, and passionate about technology and innovation, Hillary leads a $500M business operation within a $10B+ company, bringing visions to life and giving life to visions: concept-to-market, quote-to-cash; order fulfillment, M&A, strategic turnarounds, business transformations.

Her experience includes 20+ years in engineering, product management, marketing, supply chain, IT and business development. Hillary founded and leads an intrapraneurial venture, pitched at a CEO Internet-of-Things challenge. She serves as a Board Member with the Association for Corporate Growth Silicon Valley (ACGSV) and serves on the Advisory Boards of women-led start-ups. Hillary is the WITI WIN Semi Network Director for Women in Technology International. Hillary earned her MBA at Santa Clara University, MSIE and BSEE from Stanford University.

Speed Mentor Areas of Expertise:
Leading Intrapreneurial ventures
Prepping and pitching presentations for results
Staying fresh in your career as technology evolves
Leading change - cross-functional and global

Lunch Topic:
What can having a personal brand do for my career?

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Vania Cao
Manager, Scientific Content and Training, Inscopix

Speed Mentor Areas of Expertise:
Overcoming Imposter Syndrome
Self Advocacy for Success
Harnessing Psychology and Neuroscience in Work and Life

Lunch Topic:
Balanced work and life, is there such a thing?

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Karen Cornwell
Co-Founder, Attunovation

Karen Cornwell has spent the majority of her career in high tech working in Engineering, Systems, Account Management, Business Development, Product Management, R&D, Sales Training, Product Development, and Marketing. Her lifelong quest to improve the acceptance and utilization of a diverse workforce continues with her current work to offer change management programs to high-tech companies that want to maximize their productivity and innovation by leveraging the differences between genders and making their workplaces inclusive with strong employee engagement.

With a BS and MS in Mechanical Engineering and an MBA from Santa Clara University, Ms. Cornwell is uniquely qualified to drive high-tech companies to significantly higher performance levels while engendering high employee engagement. She is also the Network Advisor for the Silicon Valley Chapter of Women in Technology International (WITI), and volunteers in many community organizations.

Coaching Circle Topic:
Bridging the Gender Divide

Lunch Topic:
What Bridges have you found successful in closing the Gender divide?

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Sue Davis
Senior Business Development Director & a Senior Analyst, Techcet

Sue Davis has greater than 20 years of engineering management, product development, technical marketing, program management and process engineering experience in the semiconductor, defense and services industries.

She is Director of Business Development & a Senior Analyst for Techcet, a technology focused market research specializing in process materials. Sue also is a Co-Founder of GiveClub, Inc., an emerging technology company developing the first marketplace for charitable giving designed to grow donations by focusing on trust, transparency and accountability enabling donors to see the impact of their donations. Sue holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering and a Management Leadership Certificate from The University of Texas @ Austin. She has completed courses in Entrepreneurship and Design Thinking at Stanford University.

Coaching Circle Topic:
Mitigating Unconscious Bias from Design Thinking

Lunch Topic:
How have You managed conversations outside your comfort zone?

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Frank Del Fiugo
Founder, Del Fiugo Consulting

Frank Del Fiugo, MA, is the Managing Director at Del Fiugo Consulting and co-founder of A Turning Point Counseling and Educational Services. He has worked with businesses throughout Silicon Valley, Southern California and Oregon providing trainings to the Santa Clara County Superior Court, the California Administrative Office of the Courts, several bay area hospitals, schools and universities on Dealing with Difficult People, High Impact Communication, and Peak Performance. He works with C-Level executives and recently promoted managers, and directors helping them transition into positions of leadership by assessing capabilities from a Neuro-Leadership Assessment and Coaching Process. This coaching and teambuilding approach combines psychological safety and neuroscience along with resilience and flow to help clients discover their optimal functioning capabilities at work. He provides consulting for emotionally charged circumstances as well as mediation in high-conflict situations in the workplace.

He was the 2009 recipient of the Peace Award given to him by the Commission on the Status of Women. The Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors recognized him in 2012 for over 20 years of service as a professional and recognized expert working with challenging court users.

Coaching Circle Topic:
The Neuroscience of Leadership and/or Dealing with Difficult People

Lunch Topic:
Dealing with Difficult People

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Heather Furby
CEO & Camp CAS Director, Creative Age Leadership

Heather Furby, CEO and Co-Founder of Creative Age Leadership, is a business strategist and innovative leader who works with high-potential individuals to create lives of meaning and financial freedom. Through consulting, executive coaching, and personal development programs, she helps clients to masterfully navigate the special needs of today's business environment and become persons of influence whose ideas are heard, respected, and sought.

As a business strategist and innovative leader, Ms. Furby has worked with business including Apple, IntelliTools, Institute of Noetic Sciences, and other cutting- edge companies to develop products that break the mold and make a difference. Her newest program is a Business Leadership Summer Camp, where participants can explore and discover new levels of leadership without risking their reputation, business progress or trusted teams. Ms. Furby is lead author of the Amazon Best Seller Women of Influence, proving you don't have to follow the rules to make a difference and lead with impact.

Coaching Circle Topic:
Leading Outside Your Comfort Zone: What does it even mean?

Lunch Topic:
Building a Leadership Team: IS there a best practice?

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Gabrielle Hildebrand
Coach and Facilitator, Wild and Brilliant

Gabrielle Hildebrand works with individuals, couples, and groups to align their action and choices with their inner purpose. Deeply thoughtful, she approaches her clients and their situations with warmth and wit. Guided by her skillful facilitation, clients find their truth and step confidently into their brilliance.

Gabrielle has extensive training and certificate in coaching from the Hendricks Institute and Bay Non-Violent Communication, as well as a degree in Chemistry from Reed College. This combination of hard and soft skills gives her the ability to meet various types of people with insightful techniques and approaches.

Currently, she teaches Hendricks-based workshops and sponsors advanced workshops in the San Francisco Bay Area. She was an inaugural member of the Hendricks Institute Leadership and Transformation Program in 1995. The following year, she co-led the program with the guidance of Dr. Kathlyn Hendricks. With two decades of association with the Hendricks Institute, Gabrielle deeply understands transformative approaches and translates them into relevant programs for a variety of audiences.

Coaching Circle Topic:
Standing Your Ground

Lunch Topic:
Emotional Intelligence and Feminine Power

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Janet Janssen
CEO, Janet Janssen Coaching and Consulting Services

Janet Janssen offers one-on-one coaching and leads workshops, webinars, and teleconferences that help individuals and groups discover, uncover, and discard patterns of behavior that are roadblocks to their success. Her creative style is targeted at helping clients to stop wasting time. She is also a published author, in the 2014 book Manifest Change. Her favorite quote is "Make Today Count!"

Ms. Janssen has been a certified practitioner in hypnotherapy since 1994, and has since added emotional freedom technique (tapping) and neurolinguistic (NLP) to her change agent credentials. She is an active board member of the Women's Association of Addiction Treatment, the Net Worth Recovery Center, and the Santa Cruz Chamber of Commerce. She is currently the National Board Chair for the Women's Networking Alliance.

Coaching Circle Topic:
Being Motivated: Make what you do meaningful

Lunch Topic:
Enrich, Empower, Engage: Create your work-life visions with clarity

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Coleen Kane
TopLinked / LION / 16000+, Vice President, Recruiting & Strategy, The Mice Group

Coleen Kane is the VP of Recruiting + Strategy at The Mice Groups, a certified Minority Business Enterprise. The Mice Groups has been named one of Silicon Valley's fastest growing private companies two years in a row and was also named to Inc's 5000 fastest growing private companies in the nation.

She also serves on the WITI leadership team for the Silicon Valley chapter and has been involved with the WITI organization since 2006.

Coleen brings more than 20 years' experience in Recruiting and Staff Augmentation, specializing in technology and healthcare technology. She leads efforts to effectively manage client resources, contractors, and third-party providers while defining strategies to develop and refine service offerings, revenue opportunities and the resources required to deliver those services. In the end, it's all about client satisfaction and putting in place the processes to measure performance and anticipate needs. Because her role includes client and relationship management and business development, she brings to WITI solid expertise to further enhance existing memberships, partnerships, and services while working to establish new relationships that support regional and national growth.

Areas of Expertise:
Networking, Recruiting, Business Strategy

Lunch Topic:
How to effectively use your network in a job search, etc.

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Santosh K. Kurinec, Ph.D
Professor, Rochester Institute of Technology

Santosh K. Kurinec is a Professor of Electrical & Microelectronic Engineering at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). She is a Fellow of IEEE. She served as the Department Head of Microelectronic Engineering from 2001-2009 before joining IBM Watson Research Center for a year of academic sabbatical. She received Ph.D degree in Physics from University of Delhi, India and worked as Scientist at National Physical Laboratory, New Delhi from 1980-85. She worked as a postdoctoral research associate at the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at University of Florida, Gainesville, FL from 1985-1986 where she researched on thin metal film composites. Prior to joining RI, she was Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering at Florida State University/Florida A & M University in Tallahassee, FL. She received the RIT Trustee Scholarship Award in 2008 and was honored as the Engineer with Distinction by the Rochester Engineering Society in 2013. She has been actively engaged in outreach for promoting engineering education and mentoring students for careers in emerging semiconductor technologies for applications in IoT, energy & healthcare. She is a Member of American Physical Society (APS), The New York Academy of Sciences, and an IEEE Electron Device Society (EDS) Distinguished Lecturer. She received the 2012 IEEE Technical Field Award for Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching. Her current research activities include nonvolatile memory, photovoltaics, advanced integrated circuit materials and processes. She has over 100 publications in the field of electronic materials & devices in research journals and conference proceedings.

Speed Mentor Areas of Expertise:
Semiconductor technology, photovoltaics
Research in semiconductor materials & devices

Lunch Topic:
Careers in Microelectronics

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Rajkumari Neogy
Principal, Disruptive Diversity

Rajkumari Neogy works with individuals and organizations to make transformative and sustainable shifts. She is fascinated by workplace culture, especially in the tech arena. Over the last 20 years, she has worked with organizations worldwide such as Cisco Systems, Facebook, Sony, Adobe, JVC and Amazon. She is the author of The WIT Factor: Shifting the Workplace Paradigm by Becoming Your Optimal Self.

As a Certified Master Trainer and Neuro-Linguistic Programmer holding a Master's Degree in Transformative Leadership Development from the California Institute of Integral Studies, Ms. Neogy sits comfortably at the intersection of neuroscience, technology, and culture. Possessing a rare blend of techno-babble and touchy-feely, she believes that the qualities of passionate self-reflection and dedicated curiosity (two sides of the same coin) define true leadership.

Coaching Circle Topic:
Disruptive Diversity

Lunch Topic:
What can you do at work to improve Diversity?

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Manuela Pauer
Professional Coach and Consultant, Pauer Coaching & Consulting

Manuela Pauer is a Certified Professional Career and Life Coach, workshop leader, and speaker. She is passionate about working with smart and creative women who are stuck doing what they think they "should" be doing, rather than what they want to be doing. Her specialty is empowering women to find more meaning, success, and balance, and to finally be happy with themselves and their lives.

Ms. Pauer has over 15 years of experience in bringing teams together and helping people to take personal leadership in their life and career. Her work experience spans Strategy Consulting at Bain & Company, Product Management and Strategic Development at a successful Silicon Valley start-up, and Executive Director of Product Management and Strategic Planning at AOL.

Coaching Circle Topic:
Secrets to Creating a Happy Career

Lunch Topic:
Succeeding as a Woman in Technology

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Radha Raj
Executive Director, Global Women's Leadership Network

Radha brings over 30 years of Silicon Valley business experience in banking, high tech, start-up operations, finance, audit, ethics and compliance.

As a Finance leader in various high tech companies, Radha played a key role in setting up and managing global operations, working closely with executive management, sales and customers. Radha is particularly good at executing to strategy, striking a good balance between revenue growth and risk mitigation. Radha works strategically to scale the business, setting up shared services, automating process, and integrating systems. Growth, efficiency, achieving strategic goals, measure, report, and improve processes; mentoring staff and collaborating cross functionally; these are key drivers in all of Radhaís efforts; no matter what role she plays.

Radha has taken her passion for helping women succeed and currently is on the Board of Global Women's Leadership Network, a non profit organization that provides transformational leadership development and an engaged network to a growing number of women leading social causes around the world.

Areas of Expertise:
Business, banking, high tech, start-up operations, finance, audit, ethics and compliance.

Lunch Topic:
Women Execs and C-Suite, finding great mentors

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Ruth Simone
Coach, Luminare Coaching and Consulting

Ruth Simone believes the power of Passion and Perseverance are essentials for today's leadership. While transforming personal and professional challenges, clients attract exciting opportunities and accomplish exceptional results. For more than a decade she has helped Silicon Valley leaders Envision Possibilities | Embark on Significant Change | Lead with Distinction.

Coaching Circle Topic:
Navigate Politics and Difficult Conversations

Lunch Topic:
Engage a Sponsor To Up-Level Your Career

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Sue Steinfeld
Leadership & Business Success Coach, Sue Steinfeld Consulting and Coaching Services

Sue Steinfeld is a Leadership and Business Success Coach, supporting leaders and entrepreneurs to increase their impact. She works collaboratively with clients in the areas of leadership development, strategy, relationship building and accountability. Sue supports clients to lead from their core values and company culture all while aligning with their personal mission. She brings 16 years of experience leading teams for Whole Foods Market, Northern CA as the Executive Director of Technology & Director of Learning and Development. Her education includes an M.A. in Psychology from Boston College; as well, she is a Certified Coach through Coach Training Institute (CTI).

Coaching Circle Topic:
Managing Up: Get Back in the Driver's Seat

Lunch Topic:
Do you self promote?

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