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Darius Grinvaldas

Head of Model Risk & Validation department

Luminor Group

Justina Vaitkienė

Senior developer

Ignitis group

Lina Zubytė

Head of Quality

Doodle

Benas Bakevičius

QA engineer

Simplex Payment services

Jacopo Romei

Strategical Consultant

Freelancer

Donatas Vlasovas

Head of Operational Excellence & Industrial Engineering

HELLA LITHUANIA

Rimantas Žukaitas

System Architect

EIS

Giedrius Kriščiukaitis

Head of Software development

Ignitis group

Elvinas Didika

Head of service desk

Danske Bank

Tomas Šeputis

Head of IT Service Desk & Workplace Technology

TELIA LIETUVA

Andrius Veinšreideris

System Support Team Lead

TransUnion

Alius Petraška

Application Architect

IBM iX

Deivydas Daugėla

Head of IT Service Desk

COWI Lithuania

Donatas Grinkas

Head of Operations

Pixevia

Paulius Labanauskis

Technical Team Lead

Railsbank Technology

Skaistė Ramanauskaitė

QA, junior developer

Freelancer

Karolis Tumalavičius

Manager of IT Operations / Shift supervisor

AmerisourceBergen

Raimonda Žilinskaitė

IT project manager

DRD / IKEA

Aidas Stončius

Solution Architect

Freelancer

Rolandas Lepardinas

CTIO

Manufacturing innovation valley

Jurgita Levandavičiūtė

Director, ITI Operations Command Center

AmerisourceBergen

Augustas Štaras

Co-Founder

Motion Finance

Mindaugas Maraulas

Head of business unit

Blue Bridge

Eglė Vaiciukynaitė

Digital researcher, Manager of Erasmus+ project, (Neuro) marketing freelancer

Research, teaching, freelancer

What is Mentoring?

There are many talented people left without professional support, which often results in loss of motivation. Mentors make sure that doesn’t happen!

Mentoring is best described as an educational process when mentors share knowledge with the purpose of surfacing potential in their protégés.

Mentors are not school teachers. They’re voluntary professionals that are motivated to pass on knowledge and contribute to Women Go Tech’s talent pool.

The process is based on guidance. Mentoring only serves as a vehicle towards self-realization.

The beauty of the Women Go Tech mentoring program is that it’s a two-way learning experience, meaning that both parties will gain invaluable knowledge.