#mtpcon SF+Americas 2022 Conference Speakers #mtpcon SF+Americas provides inspiring and interactive sessions led by some of the most distinguished names in product. Keep abreast of industry tips, tricks, and trends, and enjoy and engage with quality content and speakers. Product managers, product designers, UX designers, UX researchers, Business analysts, developers, makers & entrepreneurs 2020-07-14 2020-07-14 09:00:00 EventScheduled #mtpcon SF+Americas provides inspiring and interactive sessions led by some of the most distinguished names in product. Keep abreast of industry tips, tricks, and trends, and enjoy and engage with quality content and speakers. Keynote Speakers Product Experts & Visionaries

On both days of the conference, you’ll hear insights from these unrivalled product visionaries. Our keynote lineup is single-track, so whoever you get chatting with in the breaks, in speed networking, or in the social activities, you’ll always have something inspiring you can talk about together!

On day one, all keynote talks are digital. On day two, keynote are delivered live from the SFJAZZ in SanFrancsco and streamed to our Digital-only audience at home. All keynote talks are recorded and will be available to conference attendees and Mind the Product members after the event.

Cynthia Yeung Head of Product at Plus One Robotics

The Paradox

Talk description coming soon…

About Cynthia

Cynthia serves as Head of Product for Plus One Robotics. Their leadership has spanned roles from COO at robotic coffee bar startup Cafe X and next-gen product at SoftBank Robotics to partnerships for a ship-based social enterprise startup accelerator and Google[X], a lab that aims for technological moonshots. They advise and consult for robotics startups, and are a founding board member of Women in Robotics. Committed to STEM education, they sit on the IEEE Robots Steering Committee and the advisory board for the Colorado School of Mines Robotics Program. They also served as project manager for the publication of Stuart Russell and Peter Norvig’s Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach (4th Edition), widely acknowledged as “the most popular artificial intelligence textbook in the world.”

Cynthia graduated from the University of Pennsylvania’s Management and Technology program with degrees from both the Wharton School and the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. They were a Benjamin Franklin Scholar and a Joseph Wharton Scholar.

Cynthia currently resides in Austin, Texas with their wife, Vivian.

Farai Madzima UX Manager at Shopify

Working with Strangers, Well

Every day, we work with people who aren’t like us, and it’s a trend that will only grow over time. Working in diverse teams, we share more perspectives and ways of thinking; using these, we can improve the ways we solve problems and build products. On the flip side, like an invisible hand, our home cultures influence how we perform day-to-day tasks at work. This can mean diverse teams are prone to increased conflict and misunderstanding, because cultural biases influence how we deal with conflict, how we handle feedback and critique, and how we communicate.

In this talk, Farai will share underlying principles, practical recommendations, and ready-to-use tactics you can use to become more inclusive and effective working in diverse teams. When we know more about our biases and their influence, we can reduce friction and increase inclusion, giving us a better chance to gain the true benefit of working in diverse teams.

About Farai

Born in Zimbabwe, Farai was going to be doctor but didn’t get the grades. Now he’s a designer. Make of that what you will.

Using words, scribbles, and pixels he’s spent the last 14 years helping design and build products and teams in the UK, South Africa and Canada. Today, he makes a living designing interactions and leading a team as a UX Lead at Shopify in Ottawa.
In South Africa, Farai designed banking apps used by many across the continent. He grappled with unique design challenges because most internet users have never used a laptop or desktop. And some buy data by the megabyte.

Farai enjoys speaking about bridging knowledge gaps between designers. He’s appeared at events worldwide, including IXDA Interaction and IASummit. He organises Pixel Up! , a series of UX and design conferences and meetups in South Africa. These events connect designers and developers in Africa with their peers around the world.
Also, he adores verbiage, in all languages, township jazz, nerdy hip-hop, and the number 127.

Scott Williamson Former CPO at GitLab

Top 7 Signs You’re in a Bad Product System (and actions you can take to make it better)

Talk description coming soon…

About Scott

Scott Williamson is a Product Advisor, helping tech companies scale their product organisations through periods of high growth.  Most recently, Scott was Chief Product Officer for GitLab, where he led a team of 65 in Product Management, Product Operations, Growth, Pricing and Corporate Development functions.

Prior to GitLab, Scott was VP of Product for SendGrid over a six year period, where helped lead the company to a successful IPO and $3B acquisition by Twilio.  Scott lives in Boulder, CO with his wife and two teens.  Outside work and family, Scott enjoys training for and competing in Olympic distance triathlons.

Oji Udezue Product Lead, Twitter

Product Systems: How to Manufacture Lightning in a Bottle – Delivering Repeatable, Consistent Innovation

So your team has hit some measure of product-market fit – your first few features have been a hit; or even better, you’re at scale and your company is established and growing. You’ve built, released, listened to customer feedback and iterated – made improvements and your metrics are moving in the right direction. People keep hiring the product for the job you intended. You’re scaling everywhere and you want to make sure you keep doing this successfully. You’ve heard many stories of teams / companies crashing and burning and building features that customers don’t care about. You NEED to avoid this future. High growth software teams and businesses need to be hitmakers.

To do repeatable, high quality innovation that leads to successful and impactful products, PMs and product leaders need to create Product Systems. Product Systems are all the practices, processes, principles, tools and rituals that help ensure high quality products and how they combine to create a culture of consistent customer-driven innovation. It codifies how your team can build ANYTHING so it can be successful achieving the company’s mission.

Dive in with Oji to learn how to be intentional about your product system so you can be successful almost every time. Yes it’s possible.

  • Learn why you need a product system.
  • Learn what it is and how its much bigger than agile, design thinking/sprints and other product abstractions.
  • As a PM, learn how you can contribute to product systems at almost any level.

About Oji

Oji Udezue is an experienced product leader with stints in sales, marketing as well as Eng and Design leadership. He has a track record for building customer-centric products and bringing them to market, while managing and mentoring high performance teams.

He is known for bringing product-led growth (PLG) mindset to the companies he joins. He currently leads the content, creation and conversation team at Twitter – Tweets, DMs, Spaces, the Creators Initiative and more. He was formerly Chief Product Officer at Calendly where he helped 5x the company. Also Head of Product for Atlassian’s communication division where he led product strategy and execution for Atlassian Stride, launching Atlassian’s first product post-IPO. He has also held product leadership positions at Spiceworks and also at Bridgewater Associates, which he joined after over a decade in product at Microsoft.

In his free time, he mentors startups with a focus on companies with diverse and women founders as well as B2B SaaS. He’s the Managing Partner of the Kernel Fund which invests in startups in Africa and a member of the Board of Directors at Quitch.

Merci Grace Founder and Investor

Learning Without Shipping

Product spec. Go to market. Willingness to pay. Phrases that increase the heart rate of startup founders everywhere, and for good reason — they’re the keys to taking your startup from a super great idea to a real business.

After running growth at Slack and investing in early companies at Lightspeed Venture Partners, Merci Grace has helped dozens of startups execute these fundamental processes. But she knows that these can all seem overwhelming to an early founder building from scratch. In this talk, she’ll walk through some frameworks that you can use to develop your product intuition and start learning!

About Merci

Merci Grace is a repeat founder & investor. She cofounded a venture-backed game studio before working as a game designer and product manager at various startups. In 2015 she joined Slack, where she was Head of Growth. She led the company from 500k daily active users to over 6M in less than three years. After leaving Slack, she was a venture capital investor with Lightspeed Venture Partners. She’s now the CEO & founder of an early stage startup.

Merci founded the Women in Product community in 2015, which has touched the lives of tens of thousands of women globally. In 2017, Fast Company named her one of the 100 Most Creative People in Business.

Jen Dante VP of Product at Ancestry

Why Does my Product Suck?

Release the first version fast, but make it Product Hunt-worthy. Keep it lean, but make sure it is set up to scale. This talk addresses the love-hate relationship many of us have with the concept of “MVP”, and how to find the balance between polish and scope creep.

About Jen

Jen Dante is VP of Product at Ancestry, where she leads the teams focused on growth and TAM expansion. She has spent the last 15 years in consumer product, working at companies like eBay, Netflix, Google, and–prior to Ancestry–SoFi. She also moonlights as a lecturer at UC Berkeley teaching product management to aspiring PMs. In her spare time she runs the usual gamut of nerdy Bay area activities: restaurants, hiking, board games, video games, and of course, riding her ebike to work.

Ben Newell VP of Product, Stitch Fix

Bring the JOY Back to Work

Risk is a part of every product role, and many of the tools and frameworks we use as product managers are built to help us manage it. But constantly focusing on reducing risk can really suck the joy out of your work. In this talk, Ben will break down how we lose our joy, and what we can do about it.

About Ben

Ben heads product management for Stitch Fix’s B2B Services. He is a product leader with 20+ years experience in building mobile consumer applications in both large corporate environments and startups. Ben has expertise developing product vision, innovating at scale, and ensuring teams can ship product to market.

He is a passionate believer in the principles of product discovery and active in the global community. Ben lives in Dallas, TX with his family and enjoys collecting vinyl records and has an unhealthy obsession with succulents.

Jeff Birkeland VP of Product at Headspace Health

Finding Your Frosting as a Product Leader

It’s easy to get overwhelmed with all the information that’s out there about how to build and manage products.  But oftentimes the skills and abilities that truly separate great from just good product leaders can come from outside the usual places.  In this talk, Jeff will walk through some examples from his own experience and end with some practical tips for adding ‘frosting’ to your product skills cake.

About Jeff

Jeff Birkeland is Vice President of Product for Consumer Experience at Headspace Health where he leads product teams focused on consumer product offerings serving over 100 million people in 190 countries and intended to deliver on the company’s mission to transform mental healthcare and improve the health and happiness of the world.

Prior to Headspace Health, Jeff led product teams at Facebook focused on empowering publishers and creators, lead product teams building the Feed at LinkedIn, and helped build early versions of Yahoo! News. In a past life Jeff worked as a documentary television producer.

He lives in Silicon Valley with his wife, two boys and one sleepy Labrador retriever.

Martina Lauchengco Partner at SVPG & Author of Loved

3 Myths of Product

Gone are the days of “build it, and they will come.” Every product builder must be more market-forward from day one; it’s simply the reality of how crowded every software category is. Learn the three biggest myths of product, their go-to-market realities, and what you can do about them.

About Martina

Martina Lauchengco advises companies on how to use marketing and products to meet their goals. Her multi-disciplinary approach pulls from over 20 years of experience in executive positions in product marketing and product management, corporate marketing, and as a chief-of-staff to the CEO at companies including Microsoft, Netscape, AOL and Loudcloud/Opsware.

Breakout Speakers Digital Sessions via Hopin

You’ll hear insights from these product experts via our interactive event platform, Hopin, where you can comment on the talk, chat with other attendees, and ask your questions. The digital breakout sessions will be part of our fully digital day on May 24 and available for Digital-only ticket holders to watch live (via Hopin) on day two, May 25.

These sessions tend to be a little more interactive than our keynotes and are dual-track so you’ll have a couple of sessions to choose from at a time. Don’t worry though, whether you buy a Hybrid ticket or a Digital-only ticket, all breakouts are recorded so whatever you miss, you’ll be able to catch up on later!

Partho Ghosh Sr. Director of Product at Hootsuite

​​All Product Management Should Revolve Around Growth

Partho will be discussing why all product management should centre around growth and why product teams should have a growth culture embedded into their product managers, rather than having a dedicated department oversee product growth.

About Partho

Partho Ghosh is a customer-obsessed, data-informed product leader that specialises in product-led growth and creating measurable product processes that lead to explosive growth.

Partho brings over a decade of experience in B2B SaaS, MarTech, & eCommerce, and typically oversees product management, product growth, and product marketing. He has led the charge in numerous product transformations at hyper-growth start-ups such as Unbounce, Bananatag (exit: Staffbase), PNI Digital Media (exit: Staples) & MEC eCommerce. In the past decade, he has helped 3 companies go through acquisition/IPO and is currently a Sr. Director of Product Growth at Hootsuite focusing on transforming the organisation from being sales-led to product-led.

Phyllis Njoroge Product Manager at Redfin

Managing Impostor Syndrome

Impostor syndrome is an invisible plague that hinders individuals from feeling confident and seizing opportunities. Phyllis has published a book, From Fraud to Freedom, explores the internal and external factors that cause self-doubt. In this interactive discussion, Phyllis will share her findings on strategies to identify and overcome impostor syndrome by highlighting personal stories, current literature, and potential action steps.

About Phyllis

Phyllis Njoroge is a Product Manager at Redfin. She has a Bachelor of Science in Cognitive and Brain Sciences earned from Tufts University, as well as a Women’s Entrepreneurship certificate from Cornell University.

As a growth Product Manager, she has experienced impostor syndrome, conferred with colleagues, and mentored employees that have battled against it. Njoroge realised that there was a recurring problem, but no solutions near at hand, and decided to do something about it. The seemingly never-ending war against impostor syndrome stems from both internal and external sources and Njoroge shares her well-researched views on the subject in her 5 star book From Fraud to Freedom. 

Shyvee Shi Product Manager, LinkedIn Learning

Winning Hearts & Minds – Master the Art of Leading Through Influence

As a product manager, you are working with multiple cross-functional teams to get things done and yet rarely any of these functions directly report to you. Being able to influence all of them effectively is arguably the #1 superpower for product managers. How do you influence without authority? How do you say no productivity and still get to a yes? Join this session to learn about the mindsets, frameworks, and skills to master the art of leading through influence.

About Shyvee

Shyvee is a Product Manager at LinkedIn Learning, where she builds inspirational learning products that help millions of people upskill and reskill. Shyvee is a compassionate leader with wide experience across product management, design thinking, digital strategy, and sales technology. She firmly believes in the power of mentorship and coaching and has spent the better part of the last decade helping hundreds of high-achieving individuals make progress in their careers and find meaning in their work.

Shyvee also believes in the power of active communities and transformative relationships. Shyvee leads the Community Track for LinkedIn Women in Product and organises community events with 1K+ attendees, from speaker series, mentorship programs, to product meetups. She is the President of the Kellogg Alumni Club of San Francisco Bay Area, serving 5K members strong. Shyvee hosts masterminds and coaching circles to inspire women to gain confidence to play bigger, speaks frequently at various career events, and she is a mentor at First Round Capital, helping EdTech entrepreneurs in their journey.

Shyvee shares product management and career tips daily on LinkedIn.

MaryAlexa Divver Director of Product at Public.com

Organised Speeding: How Alignment and Autonomy Can Help You Ship Quickly

Joint talk with Chase Disher

How can you ship quality, quickly — especially in a highly competitive product landscape? In this session, investing platform Public.com Product Directors, Chase and MaryAlexa will illustrate how working within a set of team-aligned principles — such as “work fast through organised speeding” and “autonomy through alignment” — can help you deliver impact, faster. They will walk you through examples of projects shipped at Public and leave you with practices that can help your next project.

About MaryAlexa

MaryAlexa Divver is a Director of Product at Public.com, the investing platform where members can build a modern portfolio with any fractional asset — from stocks, ETFs, and crypto to NFTs, art, and collectibles. In her role, MaryAlexa focuses on product development that helps investors understand, access, and invest in any asset, including fractionally. She most recently led Public’s crypto offering.

Prior to Public.com, she was the Product Lead at fintech Stash focused on various products including Stash Invest, Stash Retire, and Stash Bank. She was also the Product Owner of a variety of platforms for American Express’s digital banking alternative products including web, mobile, and R&D. MaryAlexa has a B.A. in Psychology and Economics from the University of Michigan.

Chase Disher Director of Product at Public.com

Organised Speeding: How Alignment and Autonomy Can Help You Ship Quickly

Joint talk with MaryAlexa Divver

How can you ship quality, quickly — especially in a highly competitive product landscape? In this session, investing platform Public.com Product Directors, Chase and MaryAlexa will illustrate how working within a set of team-aligned principles — such as “work fast through organised speeding” and “autonomy through alignment” — can help you deliver impact, faster. They will walk you through examples of projects shipped at Public and leave you with practices that can help your next project.

About Chase

Chase Disher is a Director of Product at Public.com, the investing platform where members can build a modern portfolio with any fractional asset — from stocks, ETFs, and crypto to NFTs, art, and collectibles. In his role, Chase focuses on product development that helps investors unlock a unique experience of content and education, created by a community of millions of investors, creators, and analysts.

Previously, he was a Senior Product Manager focused on growth and user retention at Autolist, an automotive e-commerce platform acquired by CarGurus in January 2020. Prior to Autolist, he also consulted on a variety of projects with Accenture Digital spanning strategy, operations, marketing, and product. Chase has a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University where he concentrated in vehicle dynamics and contributed to research on an autonomous racing car. In his free time, he enjoys auto racing, running, and playing trombone.

Preston Smalley VP of Product at Roku

Charting Your Path to Director of Product and Beyond

You’ve shipped products for years successfully. Yet the path to leading other PMs at your company or elsewhere seems elusive. What are the roadblocks that might be getting in your way? How can you leverage your strengths to get considered for roles? Or perhaps you’ve landed the position but would like to set up better support to ensure success. 

Hear from experienced Product Leader Preston Smalley who has managed, mentored, and promoted scores of PMs at the Director/SrDir/VP level. Discover the many paths to product leadership, which might fit you best, and what you can do to accelerate getting where you want to go. 

About Preston

Preston Smalley is a product leader with experience scaling streaming TV entertainment platforms, two-sided marketplaces, and mobile apps used every day by millions of people. As VP of Product at Roku, he leads the core product experience team that shapes how 60M households worldwide discover and stream content on their Roku players and TVs.

Before Roku, he redefined the nature of television at Comcast, where he scaled its streaming apps platform orders of magnitude to include Netflix, Disney+, and HBO Max for its cloud-based TV service (X1, Flex, X Class TV). He also shaped new experiences for sports fans and the top-rated Xfinity Stream App.

He’s served on startup boards as well as designed products at eBay and Microsoft. As an active member of the product management community, he speaks and participates at events hosted by Mind the Product, Product Leaders Summit, and Collaborative Gain.

Spotlight Presenters Hot topics from our sponsors

Our Spotlight presenters provide actionable takeaways on some of the hottest topics in product.

Spotlight sessions are presented by a selection of our sponsors and take place via our digital platform, Hopin, on both days of the conference. All Spotlight sessions are recorded and will be available to conference attendees and Mind the Product members after the event. 

Christine Itwaru Sr Director of Product Operations at Pendo

Rethinking Delivery with Product Ops in the Age of Product Led

Joint talk with Rick Kadlac

Our digital products are fast becoming a hub of customer experience as sales, marketing, support, education, and training begin to converge inside our applications. While this is arguably a good trend—the ability to self-service help, education and purchasing empowers users—it also presents new challenges for product teams, requiring an entirely new strategy for delivering product. In this session and discussion, learn how product teams are evolving from shipping code to driving adoption of products, factoring customer feedback at every stage of product development, and creating “product ops” to organize and rally entire companies around the product.

About Christine

Christine has been in product management for the past 11 years, starting as a product manager and following her passion for connecting people through solid product experiences by building and leading strong product teams. She pivoted over to Product Operations after joining Pendo and leaned even deeper into being the connective tissue, this time across the organisation. Since kicking off Product Operations at Pendo in 2019, she’s grown the team from herself to 12 (and counting) and has helped with efforts around Product-Led transformation both at Pendo and across her customer base.

She believes great experiences for customers starts with a frictionless product experience that helps them build more trust in a company, ultimately creating a partnership vs. a transaction. She enjoys giving back to the product community through her content and thought leadership, and continues to push product management as a discipline rather than a career.

Rick Kadlac Lead Product Ops Manager at Pendo

Rethinking Delivery with Product Ops in the Age of Product Led

Joint talk with Christine Itwaru

Our digital products are fast becoming a hub of customer experience as sales, marketing, support, education, and training begin to converge inside our applications. While this is arguably a good trend—the ability to self-service help, education and purchasing empowers users—it also presents new challenges for product teams, requiring an entirely new strategy for delivering product. In this session and discussion, learn how product teams are evolving from shipping code to driving adoption of products, factoring customer feedback at every stage of product development, and creating “product ops” to organize and rally entire companies around the product.

Cameron Savage Principal PM at LaunchDarkly

What’s Stopping Product Teams from Running Experiments?

In this Spotlight session, experienced Product Manager Cameron will take you through the lessons learned from common blockers and frustrations for product teams who aspire to measure the impact of their work.

About Cameron

Cameron Savage is a Principal Product Manager at LaunchDarkly. Prior to LaunchDarkly, he’s worked on products at Atlassian and RetailMeNot ranging from team video and messaging tools to geofenced shopping apps to company-wide platform services. He spent seven months traveling the world with his partner, Michelle, before docking into LaunchDarkly’s orbit.

Tu Nguyen Practice Dir. of Data & Experimentation at Split

Progressive Product Development: Release Products that Deliver

Joint talk with Danielle Glass

Learn how to use progressive delivery best practices while building new products and service offerings. This session will explain Spit’s functionality in relation to product and how to use progressive delivery to create an incredible user experience for product onboarding at scale. Join Tu Nguyen, Practice Director of Data & Experimentation and Danielle Glass, Sr. Manager of Product Success, as we discuss how to drive excellent customer journeys forward. We will share experiences with trial & learn product development via user experience feedback and data. “Don’t fear the mistakes, there are none.” – Miles Davis

About Tu

Tu Nguyen is the Practice Director, Data & Experimentation at Split. In her role, she is responsible for providing thought-leadership and guidance on how to evolve the experimentation and measurement practice at Split. With over twelve years of experience working in e-commerce, travel, media, entertainment, and retail digital experience organisations, she enables Split’s customers to build a culture of experimentation and create a Split centre of excellence in their organisations. 

Danielle Glass Sr. Manager, Product Success at Split

Progressive Product Development: Release Products that Deliver

Joint talk with Tu Nguyen

Learn how to use progressive delivery best practices while building new products and service offerings. This session will explain Spit’s functionality in relation to product and how to use progressive delivery to create an incredible user experience for product onboarding at scale. Join Tu Nguyen, Practice Director of Data & Experimentation and Danielle Glass, Sr. Manager of Product Success, as we discuss how to drive excellent customer journeys forward. We will share experiences with trial & learn product development via user experience feedback and data. “Don’t fear the mistakes, there are none.” – Miles Davis

About Danielle

Danielle is a passionate customer success professional with experience in education, engineering, and product management and integration. She has dedicated most of her career to creating a community and customer journey that empowers users to feel more confident using Split products and brings practical ideas and best practices for application into your feature delivery lifecycle.

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#mtpcon SF+Americas

2022 Conference Speakers

May 24-25 2022

Online and the SFJAZZ, San Francisco

#mtpcon SF+Americas provides inspiring and interactive sessions led by some of the most distinguished names in product. Keep abreast of industry tips, tricks, and trends, and enjoy and engage with quality content and speakers.

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Keynote Speakers

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Product Experts & Visionaries

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Cynthia Yeung

Cynthia Yeung

Head of Product at Plus One Robotics

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Farai Madzima

Farai Madzima

UX Manager at Shopify

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Scott Williamson

Scott Williamson

Former CPO at GitLab

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Oji Udezue

Oji Udezue

Product Lead, Twitter

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Merci Grace

Merci Grace

Founder and Investor

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Jen Dante

Jen Dante

VP of Product at Ancestry

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Ben Newell

Ben Newell

VP of Product, Stitch Fix

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Jeff Birkeland

Jeff Birkeland

VP of Product at Headspace Health

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Martina Lauchengco

Martina Lauchengco

Partner at SVPG & Author of Loved

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Breakout Speakers

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Digital Sessions via Hopin

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Partho Ghosh

Partho Ghosh

Sr. Director of Product at Hootsuite

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Phyllis Njoroge

Phyllis Njoroge

Product Manager at Redfin

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Shyvee Shi

Shyvee Shi

Product Manager, LinkedIn Learning

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MaryAlexa Divver

MaryAlexa Divver

Director of Product at Public.com

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Chase Disher

Chase Disher

Director of Product at Public.com

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Preston Smalley

Preston Smalley

VP of Product at Roku

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Hot topics from our sponsors

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Christine Itwaru

Christine Itwaru

Sr Director of Product Operations at Pendo

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Rick Kadlac

Rick Kadlac

Lead Product Ops Manager at Pendo

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Cameron Savage

Cameron Savage

Principal PM at LaunchDarkly

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Tu Nguyen

Tu Nguyen

Practice Dir. of Data & Experimentation at Split

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Danielle Glass

Danielle Glass

Sr. Manager, Product Success at Split

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