Interested in a career at Amazon Web Services but not sure where to start? Join four of AWS’ female engineering leaders to learn about their teams, what kinds of roles they hire for, and what the interview process looks like. They will take you through how to prepare for an interview and will give you an in-depth look at how to approach technical problems during the interview. We’ll follow up the session with Q&A.
Why these facilitators?
Claire Kafer (she/her) is the Head of Regionalization for the Sales, Marketing, and Global Services Operations team at AWS and is based in Seattle. Her career has taken her on a non-traditional path to tech, from account management to business analytics, data engineering, and ultimately software development. She is a passionate mentor for others seeking a transition into and across technical roles.
Priya Mayilsamy(she/her) is a Software Development Manager at Amazon Web Services, based in Dallas, Texas. She has more than 13 years of experience developing, owning, and supporting cloud-native applications and platforms. She has led high-performing teams and coached young talent in the areas of cutting-edge technology, inclusiveness, out-of-the-box thinking, teamwork, self-organization, and diversity.
Kavita Patil (she/her) serves a scrum team of full stack software engineers in Data Platform & Infrastructure organization. She is responsible to deliver features/ tools for AWS Sales Organization to self-organize themselves across various geographical locations and multiple business units. Processes and tools are used to meaningfully serve our AWS customers across the globe. Kavita is passionate about empowering women in the tech space.
Abismrita Barooah (she/her) is a Software Development Manager at Amazon. At AWS, she started her career running data engineering and software engineering teams that created products for the World Wide Sales organization. More recently she has moved on to create products and technologies for the AWS Sales Enablement team. Prior to joining AWS, Abismrita spent 15 years with American Airlines in various roles. At American Airlines, she was in the data domain running big data platform, data warehouses and customer MDM.
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