DEN Panel Features Alumnae Through the Decades — T-9 Days

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For the second year in a row, Dartmouth alumnae will kick off the Dartmouth Entrepreneurs Forum day with breakfast programming before the main event. This year a panel on Entrepreneurship, Technology, and Leadership: Women Through the Decades will be moderated by Dartmouth Provost Carolyn Dever ’89a. Dever will be joined by this accomplished group:

Mary McDougall ’77 (Survox) has made a career of marketing, strategy and optimization. No wonder she was well prepared to lead Survox through a major rebrand.

Robin Joy ’88 (DocuSign) was recently named an influential woman by the San Francisco Business Times for her work at Docusign. She is an expert on mobile user acquisition — you can watch her webinar.

Erica Schultz ‘95(New Relic) knows the meaning of teamwork, having captained the Dartmouth Women’s Rowing team. Today, she is the EVP of Global Enterprise Sales at New Relic (a Dartmouth-founded company) and was recently named to the Dartmouth Board of Trustees.

Maia Josebachvili ‘05(Greenhouse) turned a skydiving passion at Dartmouth into her first startup. Today, Maia combines strategy and people functions at Greenhouse, doing away with the traditional HR function. In her spare time she volunteers with Dartmouth, and has been recognized for her this with the Dartmouth Young Alumni Distinguished Service Award.

Maura Cass ’10 (IDEO) has stayed connected to Dartmouth, welcoming Thayer students into the IDEO world.

We’re excited to hear from these women on Friday, September 9 in San Francisco. We hope you will join us for this 8am panel before Jeff Crowe’s welcoming remarks at 9am.