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Lunch & Learn Summer Series: Gerri Martin-Flickinger, CTO at Starbucks

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Lunch & Learn Summer Series: Gerri Martin-Flickinger, CTO at Starbucks

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  • What

    Every week from June 30th - August 6th we’ll be hosting Lunch & Learn sessions featuring world-renowned industry experts in media, technology, non-profit, finance, e-commerce, and many more fields—JUST FOR INTERNS, STUDENTS, AND NEW GRADS LIKE YOU!

    For those interested in a career in engineering, come learn from Gerri Martin-Flickinger, the Chief Technology Officer at Starbucks. Gerri has had an incredible career in technology and Information Security, holding roles like Chief Information Officer at Adobe and Verisign and McAfee, as well as Senior Leadership positions at Chevron. Gerri will share what it was like to go from a Computer Science study at Washington State University to CTO of one of the largest (and most known) companies in the world.

    Why

    We understand things have changed and this is a time of uncertainty. Some students were unable to secure full-time jobs or internships and most internships are now completely virtual. We have seen an increased demand for content and learning opportunities on WayUp’s platform from students just like you. We know you want to keep growing professionally and take charge of your future so we decided to create these Lunch & Learns just for you

    Click RSVP to register!

  • Where

    Completely virtual!! Grab your laptop, iPad, or phone—sit back, get comfortable, and hear from some of the most talented leaders across all industries. You will find us tuning in from the couch ;)

  • When

    July 23, 2020 3pm ET/12pm PT

  • Industry
    Start-Ups
  • About Us
    WayUp is the industry leader for students and recent grads to search for jobs and internship opportunities, connect directly with employers, and get hired. WayUp has thousands of job listings from Fortune 500s to startups who are looking to find all-star employees at the beginning of their careers.