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Need some inspiration to take the next steps in your career journey, to launch your career with your whole self and not just your resume? Not quite sure what to truly look for in a company beyond surface level basics? Are you considering switching your career focus?
This diverse panel of women executives will be discussing their real-life career journeys, not just repeating theories out of a book. You can expect to hear the panelists’ perspectives from their not-so-typical career paths, how they worked within male-dominated fields, and how they carved a place for themselves. Leave encouraged with tangible steps to do the same in your own career.
Lovina has spent the last 20 years investing in and launching emerging technology. She started her career in large global companies such as Amazon, Starbucks and Microsoft where she worked on services including Alexa, Skype, Microsoft Advertising and Starbucks in-store wifi and mobile ordering. Across the last few years she moved into investing as a General Partner in a venture capital fund in New Zealand. She has served on the boards of several private and public companies, including being on the board for Pushpay and Ara Ake, New Zealand’s New Energy Center. Currently, she is COO for one of her portfolio companies, kry10, which offers a modern platform to secure and manage mission critical connected devices in the industrial, healthcare and automotive sectors. She holds an MBA from Harvard University and a Masters in Mathematics from University of Auckland. Lovina lives with her family in Seattle, WA.
Lorraine has significant governance experience and is currently Independent Director and Chair of listed-companies, Rakon and MOVE Logistics Group and Independent Director of Mercury. She is also a Director of private company VWork and Chair of Simply Security, a company she founded in 2007. Lorraine has extensive executive and commercial experience in technology, Software as a Service and ICT sectors, with expertise in financial management, entrepreneurship, strategy and high-change environments. Lorraine is a Chartered Fellow of the New Zealand Institute of Directors and a Fellow of Chartered Accountants Australia & New Zealand. She has more than 25 years’ experience in senior management and finance roles, including as past General Manager of Telecom (now Spark) Mobile. She holds a Bachelor of Management Studies (Hons) from Waikato University. Lorraine lives with her family in Auckland.
Sumita brings nearly two decades of experience in investment banking, advising companies across verticals in fintech including payments, financial software, neo-banks and insurtech. Most recently, she was the Chief Operating Officer of dLocal, a technology-first payments platform enabling global enterprise merchants to connect with billions of consumers in emerging markets. Sumita was also named as a Top 25 Women Leaders in Financial Technology of 2021 by The Financial Technology Report.
Angelique will be moderating the discussion. For more than two decades, she has led teams to harness the power of storytelling and creativity to inspire action. She is a hybrid analytical and visionary leader that has the ability to bridge the gap between the business and creative sides of an organization. Her career has included a number of leadership positions, in both agency and client-side settings, across a diverse range of categories including not-for-profit, ad tech, medical device, fine jewelry, and health and beauty. Angelique has also been recognized by the Association of National Advertisers as an award-winning creative leader for Innovation and Brand Purpose.
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