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2017 Executive Women’s Networking Breakfast

Tuesday, June 13

Guest Speaker: Caitlin Roberson

Caitlin Roberson is a partner at Andreessen Horowitz (a16z), a venture capital firm in Silicon Valley. Caitlin advises the a16z portfolio on strategy and best practices for content, messaging, and storytelling.

Prior to joining a16z in 2015, Caitlin worked as vice president of west coast sales at Skyword, managing strategic relationships with technology enterprises. Previously, she founded and sold Clear, a content marketing agency that worked with software enterprises like Google for Work and LinkedIn. She also worked as executive director at the Let Them Hear Foundation, managing operations and strategy in 17 different countries and more than 1,000 clinics and schools.

Caitlin’s first book, 30 Ways to Happy: When trying to be perfect stops being fun, sold out on Amazon in one week. She serves on two non-profit boards that empower children through literacy and storytelling; and as Editor-in-Chief of Woman, a Medium publication where everyday women inspire each other. Caitlin graduated with Bachelor of Arts in English and Spanish from University of California-Los Angeles, summa cum laude, where her writing received a state-wide award.

2016

2016 marked the 3rd Annual Executive Women’s Networking Breakfast. Our keynote speaker was Tricia Wallwork, CEO/Chairman of Milo’s Tea Company, a Birmingham-based beverage company that manufactures and distributes all natural beverages throughout the United States. She shared her insights on national marketing, women in business, and our roles in the community. Attendees enjoyed coffee and conversation with 200 other active female leaders and lots of fun photos. Check out the album on our Facebook page.

 

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