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An Evening with Women Executives in Technology

  • 21 Apr 2010
  • 5:30 PM - 8:29 PM
  • Starbucks Support Center


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AWC hosts Evening with Women Executives in Technology, featuring local women who are IT executives:

  • Bonita Inza, VP of Concept Development, T-Mobile
  • Janice Skredsvig, former VP and CIO, PACCAR
  • Janine Terrano, CEO, Topia Technology, Inc.

Join us to discover what it takes to be a female executive in IT. Each of our speakers will talk about her education and background, and why she pursued a career in technology.  We’ll hear about how they managed their careers, the obstacles they faced and overcame, what they would or would not do differently, and their plans for the future.

Speaker Bios
Bonita Inza - In her role as Vice President, Concept Development for T-Mobile USA, Bonita leads a team that develops and delivers concepts and initiatives to position T-Mobile as an innovation leader in the wireless industry, offers T-Mobile customers new value, and drives the business forward.  Previously, Bonita led T-Mobile’s retail organization and was in charge of the company’s initiative to become more retail centric, which included a company-wide reorganization to streamline and consolidate resources.
Janice Skredsvig - Janice retired from PACCAR Inc as Vice President and Chief Information Officer in September 2008. She served more than ten years in various IT leadership and corporate executive roles at PACCAR, leading a global team of 750 IT professionals to create, deliver and support innovative technology solutions for the company, its dealers, suppliers and customers worldwide. She currently manages a 100 percent Fijian-owned business she established with her husband to create local employment, educational funding, village improvements, health care, and other social benefits.
Janine Terrano - In 1999, Janine launched Topia Technology, Inc., which produces bridging technology that enables communication between disparate components, devices, platforms, and systems. She is also the founder of Business Internet Services (BIS), one of the largest web application development companies in Washington and a wholly-owned subsidiary of Topia.

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

  • 5:30-7pm: Registration, networking, and dinner
  • 7-8:30pm: Presentation, Q&A, and networking

Starbucks Support Center (map)
Mezza Cafe Conference Room - Third Floor
2401 Utah Ave. S.
Seattle, WA 98134
Free parking in the lot in front of Starbucks/Sears.

Registration Policies

  • We accept reservations up to and including the day of the meeting.
  • Only cash and checks are accepted at the door of the event.
  • We gladly take cancellations up to the 3rd day before the meeting.
  • For paid meetings, no-shows will be charged.

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Seatac, WA 98188

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