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CEO Forum: A Journey of lessons learned

Thursday, March 26 @ 7:30 am - 9:00 am

| $55/member; $65/guest

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CEO Forum: Leading at the right level

Join the next CEO forum

WAC members and their guests are invited to our next From the CEO’s Perspective forum on Thursday, March 26, at the WAC. Executive leadership coach Teri Citterman will lead an intimate discussion with three of the Seattle area’s top CEOs:

Fran Dunaway, CEO & Co-founder of TomboyX

Co-founder of TomboyX Fran Dunaway began the gender-neutral underwear and loungewear brand in 2013 alongside her wife, Naomi Gonzalez. Originally started as a passion project to engineer the perfect button-up, TomboyX pivoted to underwear based on an overwhelming demand for women’s boxer briefs. As CEO, Dunaway has led TomboyX to doubled year-over-year growth. The company has also received industry accolades, such as Small Business of the Year for King County and Fastest Growing Minority-Owned Company by the Puget Sound Business Journal. Dunaway believes brands can operate as positive forces for change and inspire conversations about gender, confidence, acceptance, and inclusion.

Kabir Shahani, CEO of Amperity

Kabir Shahani co-founded Amperity in 2016 and quickly grew it into one of Seattle’s most respected and sought-after enterprise software companies. Before Amperity, Shahani founded Appature, a relationship marketing platform that enabled brands to deepen their customer relationships. At Amperity, Shahani has seen two and half times year-to-year revenue growth and 103 percent customer renewal. Shahani has received numerous awards for his work and leadership, including Bloomberg Businessweek’s Best Young Tech Entrepreneurs and Young Entrepreneur of the Year. Shahani graduated from the University of Washington with a bachelor’s degree in informatics. He lives in Seattle with his wife and two daughters.

Manny Medina, CEO of Outreach

Outreach CEO Manny Medina co-founded the company in 2014. Prior to Outreach, Medina worked on Amazon’s AWS team and led the Microsoft mobile division from launch to $50 million in annual revenue. He embodies transparent leadership, from his heartfelt weekly email to a recurring Friday get-together where everyone shares their week’s highs and lows. Medina holds an MBA from Harvard and a master’s degree in computer science from the University of Pennsylvania. Medina is an environmental advocate who believes in buying secondhand and consuming less. Originally from Ecuador, Medina lives in Seattle with his wife and three children.

The forum begins at 7:30 am in the Crystal Ballroom and includes a plated breakfast.
This event is hosted by the WAC and Talonn.

Read more about Teri’s take on leading a the right level in the January/February WAC Magazine.

WAC members can sign up using the form below.
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Click here to learn more about executive leadership coaching at the WAC.

 

Details

Date:
Thursday, March 26
Time:
7:30 am - 9:00 am
Cost:
$55/member; $65/guest
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Organizer

Club Programs
Phone:
206.464.3060
Email:
clubprograms@wac.net

Venue

Crystal Ballroom
1325 Sixth Ave.
Seattle, 98115
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