Join us for our 1 year WITI anniversary event!
This year's event is going to be an exciting evening. We will have the opportunity to network with other members and learn about their experiences this past year with WITI and elsewhere.
Eileen Brooker, Vice President of North American Sales for Extreme Networks, speaks about the state of technology today, highlighting the evolution of the industry, the empowerment it has enabled, and how technology can provide an important avenue to work/life balance for everyone. Eileen shares the stories from her own journey in technology, including decisions about her choice of career and motherhood, which continue to inspire her colleagues and employees today.
We will also have a raffle where attendees can win some exciting prizes. So take some time out to celebrate the empowerment of women! We look forward to seeing you there!!!
About Our Speaker(s)
Eillen Brooker, a 20-year veteran in sales for the high-technology industry, leads Extreme Networks’ North American sales force and its channels where she aligns them to provide enterprise and service provider customers with high performance, converged and secure network infrastructures. Throughout her career, Brooker has demonstrated leadership skills in solutions selling, accelerating sales force productivity and driving business improvement with measurable results. Prior to this, she served as Vice President of Sales and Marketing for a custom application firm in Irvine CA as well as Managing Director for a security company based in New York. She has also served as Vice President of Sales of NEC Computer Systems Division and Vice President of Sales Western Region for Toshiba. Brooker obtained his degree in MIS from the University Wisconsin, Milwaukee.
Event Date and Venue
This event will be held from 5:30pm on Wednesday, May 23, 2007 at:
Mandalay Bay Casino Hotel, Mandalay Bay Ballroom C
Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, Nevada 89128
6:30-7:00 Announcements, Leadership Introductions
7:45-8:30 Mentoring Program Update, Year in Review, Raffle
8:20-8:30 Closing remarks