Anne Vincenti, Director Product Management at Seagate Technology recently participated as a panelist in this year’s Women &  Information Systems panel at the University of Utah’s Business School October 22.

This panel of five women in IT leadership roles focused on career development for women with a range of backgrounds from business to engineering and information systems, and offered insights into key technology trends as well as opportunities to expand experience in the core areas of focus for the university’s graduate program in information systems.

Anne is a member of the University’s MS in Information Systems program’s Advisory Board and shares her expertise in big data and product management. Participation in the advisory board includes opportunities to participate in career and technology panels, share insights into the essential technologies a graduate student in Information Systems needs to succeed in today’s job market, and mentorship opportunities.

These opportunities raise the visibility of Seagate throughout the inter-mountain west, and provides our local employees with the ability to share their spirit of volunteerism.

Visit our website to learn more about Seagate’s commitment to Global Citizenship.

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