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"Culture + Code II: How Diverse Teams Lead to Transformational Products" Presented by Dev Bootcamp

Digital DUMBO

Thursday, June 22, 2017 from 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM (EDT)

"Culture + Code II: How Diverse Teams Lead to...

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Transformational products and businesses aren’t created through talent alone. They’re created through a team’s diversity of thought and perspectives, giving ideas and solutions the cultural context needed to create lasting impact and sustained business value.

We’re partnering with Dev Bootcamp for the second edition of our “Culture + Code” Series to hear how select brands consistently implement diverse thinking into practice and represent a new form of competitive advantage.

We’ll dive deep into how diversity of thought, perspective and life experiences influence teams, and those who lead them, to create the products, experiences, and businesses that actually make a difference by welcoming differences into the workplace.

MODERATOR

Mali M.

Partner & Creative Director, Pixod &
Partner, The Bklyn Combine

pixod

Mali is a designer and developer with over 20 years experience in brand communications, multimedia design, and web development. As a designer and art director, Mali has created original content, campaigns and online ads for brands that include Walmart, Teradata, Universal Records, Adobe, HBO, Essence, and Ford.

As a web developer, he is experienced in both client-side and server-side technologies, providing front-end PHP, JavaScript (jQuery and popular frameworks), WordPress, CSS, solutions for brands that include McDonald's, Coca-Cola, Intel, Adidas, American Express and a range of startups, agencies, and enterprises.

Aside from activities in the design and development community, he is passionate about social change and commits his time and talents to cause-related initiatives. Mali is a mentor and Co-Founder of The Bklyn Combine, a youth mentoring program where he focuses on STEM, critical thought regarding mass communications and contextualizing a history of social engineering.

PANELISTS

John Pavley

SVP, Engineering, Viacom

viacom

John Pavley is a software engineering leader who has delivered consumer-oriented applications, web sites, mobile apps, and internet services over the last 25 years, as software has gone from products we bought on diskettes to algorithms that drive our lives. Pavley has led engineering teams of all sizes from small startups to large global enterprises, including Viacom, Huffington Post, Spotify, LimeWire, DoubleClick, FlashPoint, and Apple.

Currently, Pavley manages Viacom’s global software engineering organization which provides technology to MTV, Comedy Central, Nickelodeon, BET, Paramount, and Viacom International Media Networks. At Viacom Pavley is focused on modernization, performance, reliability, and whatever is coming next: IoT, VR, AR, and AI.

Swati Vauthrin

Director of Engineering, Buzzfeed

buzzfeed

Swati Vauthrin is Director of Engineering at BuzzFeed where she leads a team focused on creating BuzzFeed’s consumer experiences including BuzzFeed.com and the BuzzFeed apps. Swati is also a mommy and loves watching her little girl smile and grow every day.

Jeremy Browning

Product Manager, Prolific Interactive

Prolific Interactive

Jeremy Browning is a Product Manager at Prolific Interactive where he leads teams focused on creating best-in-class mobile products. At Prolific Jeremy has served as mobile product lead for brands including SoulCycle and HSN providing expertise in mobile development, innovation strategy, and concept validation. Formerly, Jeremy led digital content marketing as Product Lead for The Bump, a leading parenting brand from XO Group. At XO Jeremy built custom programs with brands including Walmart, State Farm, and Shutterfly for web and mobile.

Melanie Elturk

CEO, Haute Hijab

hautehijab

Melanie Elturk is the CEO of Haute Hijab, the leading US hijab brand. Melanie aims to instill self-confidence in hijab-wearing women worldwide, and in addition to her clothing and hijab line, she facilitates support for those struggling with hijab in addition to highlighting inspiring women who contribute to their communities in significant ways. By providing compelling and innovative products and connecting with her customers in a meaningful way, Melanie has propelled Haute Hijab from a cult favorite to a household name with a loyal following and dynamic social media presence. She is a regular contributor on ELLE.com, has been featured in the New York Times, NBC Today, CBS News, USA Today and others. She has spoken in London, Malaysia, Italy, Nigeria, Istanbul and across America.

The Venue - Prolific Interactive

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Dev Bootcamp is the original, short-term, immersive software development program that transforms those new to coding into job-ready, full-stack web developers in a rigorous and supportive environment. Since 2012, we’ve helped more than 2,000 students learn to code and develop meaningful careers in the tech industry. Dev Bootcamp's New York campus also offers short-term coding workshops and a robust schedule of events focusing on the tech industry and tech culture.

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Digital DUMBO produces live events, conferences, content, and custom experiences that connect companies & brands with our community of digital tastemakers, talent, and executives.

Digital DUMBO started in 2009 as a social gathering for innovative companies in the DUMBO (Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass) neighborhood of Brooklyn, a six-block area with over 100 media and technology companies. We've since hosted events in some of the world's most innovative cities.

With over 15,000 members, Digital DUMBO is one of the fastest growing digital communities in the world.

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Prolific Interactive
77 Sands Street
10th Floor
Brooklyn, New York 11201

Thursday, June 22, 2017 from 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM (EDT)


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Digital DUMBO

Digital DUMBO produces live events, conferences, content, and custom experiences that connect companies & brands with our community of digital tastemakers, talent, and executives.

Digital DUMBO started in 2009 as a social gathering for innovative companies in the DUMBO (Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass) neighborhood of Brooklyn, a six-block area with over 100 media and technology companies. We've since expanded to hosting events in some of the world's most innovative cities.

With over 16,000 members, Digital DUMBO is one of the fastest growing digital communities in the world.

 

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