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Jekaterina Timofejeva

Senior SAP SuccessFactors consultant

Girteka Logistics

Indrė Jurkevičiūtė

Project Manager, HR Technology & Analytics

Western Union

Ignas Kaziukėnas

Software Engineer

Uber

Greta Milišauskienė

Senior QA Engineer

NRD Systems | Member of NRD Companies

Greta Galubauskaitė

User Experience Designer and Researcher

WIX

Goda Sadzevičiūtė

Head of Projects

Banking Lab

Gintarė Radžiūnė

IT Business Analyst

Telia Lietuva

Gert Lõhmus

Data and Business Intelligence professional

Luminor Group

Gerda Aleksandravičiūtė-Peckaitienė

Engineering Manager

Mambu

Felix Andresen

Head of Risk Data & Analytics

Luminor Group

Evelina Kazina

Business Analyst

Genius Sports

Egidijus Skrodenis

Business development manager

NormallS Tech

Edgars Burtnieks

Frontend Developer

Printful

D.B.

Tech Lead (Back-End)

Develop Diverse

Daniil Titkov

Software Engineer for Sovereign Clouds

Microsoft

Dainius Šablinskas

Cloud engineer

Macaw

Aušra Dilijonaitė

Senior Manager

PwC Norway

Aurelija Petkevičiūtė

Front-end Developer

Fullreach.io

Arūnas Stankevičius

Engineering manager

Kesko Senukai Digital

Artūras Stifanovičius

Tech Lead, Xamarin Developer

Visma Lietuva

Andrea Coifman

Senior Data Scientist

CLOUDEON

Agnė Kelminskienė

Agile Coach

Revel Systems

Justina Balčaitytė

Head of UX/UI

Adeo Web

Gabrielė Ignatavičienė

Lead UX designer

CAST.AI

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.