Nandini Ramani, Vice President – Engineering, Twitter will be a keynote speaker in GTEN (Global Tamil Entrepreneurs Network) Spring 2017 meet in Santa Clara, California – organized by ATEA (American Tamil Entrepreneurs Association). She will talk about her experiences and lessons for intrapreneurs.
Nandini will also moderate the panel discussion on Women In Business. Veena Kumaravel, co-founder of Naturals Salon and Spa (India), Sudha Michel, co-founder of NeoAccell, and Sowmiya Chocka Narayanan, co-founder and CTO of Lily App will be the Women in Business panel members.
Nandini is currently the VP of Engineering at Twitter where she has responsibility for Twitter’s 1300+ person technical organization. After getting her MS in Electrical Engineering from IISc, Bangalore, Nandini spent a bulk of her career at Sun Microsystems (and later Oracle) when she held end-to-end ownership of Java . She is also on the board of Makers Women – an organization that provides a platform for trailblazing women of today and tomorrow.
About GTEN Spring 2017
GTEN (Global Tamil Entrepreneurs Network) Spring 2017 meet is organized by American Tamil Entrepreneurs Association (ATEA) in the Silicon Valley, California, USA. The meet will be held on May 4, 2017 in the heart of silicon valley. The venue will be Kellogg Auditorium, Silicon Valley Bank, 3005 Tasman Drive, Santa Clara, CA 95054. It is a block west of Santa Clara Convention Center, Hyatt Regency, and Hilton Hotels located in Great America Parkway in Santa Clara.
Entrepreneurs and experienced executives are invited as speakers. The meet includes keynotes, panel discussions and networking sessions. For detailed agenda and speaker information, please visit GTEN Spring 2017 section.
If you are attending TiEcon 2017 (organized by TiE, Silicon Valley chapter) on May 5-6, you may plan to attend GTEN Spring 2017 as it is held on the previous day near the event venue in Santa Clara.