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Deputy CEO

PayRay Bank

Oskaras Anosovas

UX Director

Genius Sports

Reda Štarė

Investment manager

Motion

Giedrius Markevičius

Territory manager, Cyber security advisor

Check Point Software

Agnė Vaitkevičienė

Executive Director

Lithuanian biotechnology association

Gediminas Pekšys

Co-Founder & CEO

OXIPIT

Gražina Deveikytė

Product manager

Idėjų puodas

Karolina Žembė

Informacijos ir kibernetinio saugumo komandos vadovė

SpectroFinance

Ieva Ronkaitytė

Project Manager

Western Baltic Engineering

Edvinas Mandravickas

Software Engineer

UNITY TECHNOLOGIES

Indrė Chomentauskienė

Chief Operating Officer

Metasite

Mantas Skinderis

Head of Launch and Change Management

HELLA LITHUANIA

Justas Jurgaitis

Head of Facility management

HELLA LITHUANIA

Lina Šiumetė

Operations & IT Director for Baltic countries

Intrum

Ona Juodkienė

Senior Vice President, IT Lead for Risk tribe

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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.