Crossing the Career Chasm: Managing your Career as a Product
Develop a vision for your career in this workshop focused on product management principles that can be applied to your personal brand and career. Like the products we make, our career advancement relies on creating unique value proposition and developing an established brand. Join Sreeja Nair, Product Management Leader at Qualcomm, to help you view your career through the product lens. Learn product management frameworks, apply them to your individual career and carve out steps to evaluate your career blueprint, activate your vision, and exercise strategies to build your career as a product.
Outbound Product Management Leader, Qualcomm
Sreeja is an Outbound Product Management Leader at Qualcomm. She manages the P&L for the Wireless Infrastructure and Networking Enterprise segment and is responsible for defining the product roadmap, go to market strategy and customer engagements. In her role, she interacts with Wireless Enterprise Providers to align their connectivity needs with Qualcomm’s prolific wireless portfolio. She is excited to play her part in defining the features and use cases for the next generation of connectivity solutions which are laying the foundations for enterprises, IOT and Smart Homes.
She has a Masters’ Degree in Electrical Engineering from Virginia Tech and has 2 patents in the fields of Wireless and Display technologies.
She is a 2020 YWCA Silicon Valley Tribute to Women Honoree, an award honoring exceptional women leaders’ in Silicon Valley. In 2019, Sreeja was recognized as Qualcomm’s Global Inclusion and Diversity Champion for her leadership in championing D&I at Qualcomm and in the community. She has been a speaker, panelist and emcee at the Watermark Conference, IEEE WIE Lead, Women in Silicon Valley Conference, Products by Women events among many others prestigious events
She is extremely passionate about mentoring new college graduates and building a pipeline of girls for the STEM field. She actively works for the cause by volunteering on various boards and events including IEEE WIE Santa Clara Valley and NCWIT Bay Area. In her spare time she volunteers for 2 NGOs supporting education – Reading Partners and Vibha.