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Andrius Binevičius

Process technology specialist

HELLA

Artūras Taicas

CEO

Eldes

Vaida Vaižmužytė

IT director

Ermitažas

Gediminas Misevičius

Open Banking Partnership Manager @ Digital Innovation

Swedbank

Ieva Lapinskienė

Senior poject manager

Sandra Virbukaitė

Lecturer

Vilnius University

Mindaugas Girdvainis

Team Leader

Metasite Business Solutions

Sheldon Nailer

Security Specialist Lead

Deloitte Latvia

Mindaugas Paškevičius

Front-end Chapter Lead

Danske Bank

Rasa Špokauskaitė

Lead app designer

Surfshark

Lukas Yčas

Senior Security Engineer

CUJO AI

Tomas Kaminskas

Cloud engineer - team lead

Omega 365

Nerilė Mažeikienė

Sales and Customer Service Department Manager

Ignitis

Asta Bagdonavičienė

Head of Reporting and Data Vizualization

Telia

Laimonas Lileika

Senior Director, Program Management and Organizational Excellence

Toptal

Tadas Jakštas

Senior Cybersecurity Capacity Building Expert

NRD CS

Neringa Urlikė

Senior Test Analyst

TransUnion Baltics

Morta Ribokaitė

Swedbank

Product owner

Miglė Butkevičė

Product Manager

Vinted

Liudas Gulbinas

Head of Collaboration and Productivity

Danske Bank

Kristina Valiūnė

Senior Quality Assurance Engineer

OAG Aviation Worldwide

Irmantas Marozas

Senior DevOps Engineer

Juvare

Donata Marcevičiūtė

Infrastructure Solution Manager

Blue Bridge MSP

Ana Sumel

Transformation Manager

Cognizant

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.