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Join Sheila Jordan, Chief Information Officer and Senior Vice President, at Symantec Corporation for Lunch or Dinner

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Join Sheila Jordan, Chief Information Officer and Senior Vice President, at Symantec Corporation for lunch or dinner in Mountain View, California. You can discuss STEM careers, formulating a strategy on how to manage your career in a male dominated industry, changing career focus and industries, and practical advice on work/life balance.

Since joining Symantec in February 2014, Sheila has set the vision and strategy for Symantec IT, developed an experienced leadership team, and is leading the effort to insource IT operations from an outside vendor by building Symantec’s next generation secure data center in the company’s virtual private cloud. Sheila’s role includes oversight of the Global Security Office, and she has established the strategy for “all things security” in an ever-changing and dynamic landscape.

Prior to joining Symantec, Sheila served as senior vice president of Communication and Collaboration IT at Cisco Systems. During her nine-year tenure at Cisco, Sheila’s IT organization was recognized by the industry with awards presented by CITE, InformationWeek and CIO Magazine. Earlier in her career she served as senior vice president of Destination Disney at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida. This year, Sheila has been named the “Transformational CIO” by the HMG Strategy group.

Active in social media, she has been recognized by ZDNet in 2014 and by the Huffington Post in 2015 as one of the Top 100 CIOs on Twitter. In 2011, Sheila was named by CIO Magazine as “One to Watch.” If you want to network with a senior executive who understands information technology, business strategy and working in the C-Suite, this is the opportunity for you!


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  • Valid for 1 person.
  • Approximate duration: 2 Hours.
  • Expires 1 year from the close of auction.
  • To be scheduled at a mutually agreed upon date.
  • A meal is part of the event.
  • The meal cost is included.
  • Alcoholic beverages are included.
  • Gratuity is included.
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