About This Event
Join us for this interactive dialogue about how women are succeeding locally in tech and how they are fostering the next generation of leaders in the DMV.
About the Participants
Bonnie Bogle COO, Mapbox
Bonnie is head of operations and co-founder at Mapbox, where she leads human resources, systems, and overall business infrastructure to support the company's rapid and continued growth. She is passionate about fostering a culture rooted in trust, empathy, diversity, hard work, and fearless ambition - and scaling it.
Shana Glenzer CMO, MakeOffices
Shana Glenzer is the Chief Marketing Officer at MakeOffices, a leading coworking and private office space company. There she works to elevate the company's market position, tell the stories of members and facilitate expansion into new markets. Shana has also become a go-to technology commentator for national television networks including Fox News and Fox Business. In addition, she is a co-organizer of DC Tech Meetup and DCFemTech, and serves on the advisory board of the DC chapter of The Vinetta Project.
Before joining MakeOffices she served as CMO of Aquicore, a leader in energy management technology, where she focused on accelerating customer acquisition and building the brand of the rising DC technology firm. Prior to joining Aquicore, she served as Vice President of Social Marketing at SocialRadar, a mobile location technology company where she designed strategic marketing initiatives to connect with users and app developers while engaging influencers through press and digital channels. Prior to that, she had an eight-year tenure at Blackboard in a variety of sales and marketing leadership positions. Early in her career, Shana served as a trainer and client manager at SMARTHINKING Inc. Shana received her degree in marketing from Messiah College. She and her husband live in downtown Washington, DC.
Tia White Senior Technology Manager, Capital One
Tia J. White joined Capital One Financial in 2015. She currently works in
the Risk and Finance Technology (RaFT) organization leading the
Operational Excellence team. In this role she is responsible for overseeing the Risk, Chief of Staff, Production Support and Database Engineering teams to ensure the organization delivers innovative, but low-risk well managed products.
Prior to joining Capital One, Tia started her career with Wells Fargo in 2005 as a member of an esteemed Technology Leadership Development Program. In her 10+ year career at Wells Fargo she held several critical roles in Technology and Operations. In addition, she also held various
leadership positions to champion and execute the company’s Diversity and Inclusion strategy.
Tia lives by the motto, “To whom much is given, much is expected.” For that reason, Tia has a strong passion for raising awareness and finding a cure for breast cancer. She serves in various leadership capacities for Susan G. Komen including serving as the Operations Leader for Charlotte Race for the Cure for the past 4 years. Being a women of color in the technology industry she recognizes the importance of mentorship and education. She has developed and led several STEM programs for at-risk and middle and high school grade girls. Most recently she co-led Capital One’s Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program as the Networking, Mentoring and Culture lead for the McLean Women in Tech (WIT) Chapter.