Power Up: How Smart Women Win in the New Economy

Sunday, April 29 | 4:15 PM - 5:15 PM
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Magdalena Yesil, interviewed by Laura D. Tyson

Magdalena Yesil knows what it takes to get ahead. She arrived in this country as a near-penniless immigrant student. Not only did she become one of the founding board members of Salesforce, but she was among the first to note the commercial potential of the internet, founding the first Internet payment company, CyberCash. Now she’s a memoirist too, having penned “Power Up: How Smart Women Win in the New Economy,” weaving her own story with trenchant advice on persisting amidst setbacks, combatting gender discrimination, and generally being fearless in approaching challenges. Hear this smart, compassionate woman as she gives other smart women the tools they need to win.

2018-04-29 16:15:00 2018-04-29 17:15:00 America/Los_Angeles Power Up: How Smart Women Win in the New Economy Magdalena Yesil knows what it takes to get ahead. She arrived in this country as a near-penniless immigrant student. Not only did she become one of the founding board members of Salesforce, but she was among the first to note the commercial potential of the internet, founding the first Internet payment company, CyberCash. Now she's a memoirist too, having penned "Power Up: How Smart Women Win in the New Economy," weaving her own story with trenchant advice on persisting amidst setbacks, combatting gender discrimination, and generally being fearless in approaching challenges. Hear this smart, compassionate woman as she gives other smart women the tools they need to win. San Francisco Chronicle Stage in the Park Magdalena Yesil, interviewed by Laura D. Tyson

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