Arizona Technology Council, Women in the Workforce
June 14, 2019 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm MST| $45
Arizona Technology Council Women in the Workforce Series continues as a panel of experts present…
The Path to Leadership
Friday, June 14, 2019 | 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Explore different perspectives about how to carve your own path throughout your career and into leadership.
Meet our panelists:
Mayra Chimienti is Vice President of Operations Services for Mister Car Wash. In her current role, she has responsibilities leading training and development, store operation support, and operational systems development and implementation. She also plays a key role in the post-acquisition integration process assimilating new team members into the organization. Mayra began her career with the company in 2007 as the Regional Trainer for the El Paso market. In this position she developed best practices for training store level team members on standard procedures and best in class customer service. In 2010 she relocated to the corporate office to continue her training efforts as Director of Training and Development. Her in depth knowledge of day to day operations and ability to strategically execute standardization have been key to the successful growth of the organization. Mayra is a proud alumni of the University of Texas at El Paso.
Amanda Carranza is an experienced Recruiter involved in strategic talent acquisition. Skilled in Human Resources, Talent Management, Asset Management, Office Administration, Microsoft PowerPoint, and Apple Software. She’s a strong HR professional who graduated from Pima Community College. She has contracted and helped others in the hiring process. She helps with negotiations as well as prepping for job interviews and rewriting resumes, as well as helping with technical recruiting.
Linda Alepin is a retiring corporate executive from an exceptional career in the information technology industry with both large corporations as well as new ventures. Her career has been characterized by an entrepreneurial spirit and outstanding leadership capabilities. During her career, she spent time as CEO of a small leadership consulting company, an Executive Professor at Santa Clara University and Founder/Executive Director of a non-profit – Global Women’s Leadership Network (GWLN). She was recognized for her contributions to humanity by the American Association of University Women who gave her the Eleanor Roosevelt Fund Award in 2013. She is active in the community with the Start Smart initiative at the University of Arizona.
Robin Breault is the lead designer and co-founder of LeadLocal, a grassroots think, learn & do tank. Robin has been an action researcher and educator for 25 years in classrooms from Pre-K to Executive MBA. She holds a doctorate in Rhetoric with an emphasis in organizational management and civic participation from Georgia State University. She has led or coached projects from small home-grown nonprofits to national organizations.