This interview series is aimed at established and emerging Product Management leaders from diverse backgrounds. Each post is a rendering of their professional lives through personal experiences, anecdotes, and inflection points that go beyond basic facts and events.
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Susan Morrow, VP of Product Management for the Salesforce Education Cloud, discusses the ongoing pandemic’s effects on education, the system constraints, and innovative technologies that could reverse this trend.
Nancy Wang shares sage advice on what helps talent have a shot at being in the C-Suite and how her non-profit helps more women advance their career in tech.
Kavita celebrates her 20th work anniversary at Microsoft looking back on her prodigious contribution, D&I under Satya Nadella’s leadership and shares her love for hiking.
After a decade in several financial sectors in Mumbai, Sushma found a real belonging to software. She shares her journey into Product Management.
An abrupt end to her career in military was the start of Brittany’s journey into building software products. She credits her mother’s lessons on building relationships and her partner for being her rock.
Kalpana shares her lessons on managing work and life, opportunities in the post-COVID world and the future of education.
Silvia opens up about her intensely unconventional career — first as a talent scout for the music industry and then a chief technology officer.
Seeing her mom build a software company in the ’80s, Jill grew up to have the same passion to build, launch and scale products to a million users.
Rekha Venkatakrishnan shows how mentorship coupled with executive sponsorship is vital to make big strides in tech.