Marius Jurgelėnas

Front-end Developer

Argyle

Natalija Jonušienė

CEO

DocLogix

Vytautas Vaškevičius

CEO

Sekasoft

Jurga Globienė

Domain Architect

Swedbank

Justina Klyvienė

Co-founder

Future Leadership

Jonas Bačinskas

Regional Manageer

Software Development Academia

Arnas Bastys

QA Engineer

HomeDoc Technologies Baltic (Oxygen)

Aurelija Pavinkšnytė

Project manager/Scrum master

Vaultspeed

Aurelija Židickytė

Head of Management of the Metering Energy Department

ESO

Darius Chmieliauskas

UX designer

Swedbank

Domantas Laurynas

Senior Product Manager

Trustpilot

Emilija Valantiejūtė

UX Researcher

TESONET

Ieva Riliškytė

Process and Analytics Specialist

Freelancer at SmartBO.lt

Justina Sirenko

Head of priority customers sales department

Baltnetos komunikacijos

Jonas Laimis Vasiljevas

Product Consultant

Equal Experts

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.