While digital currencies such as Bitcoin have made their way into the mainstream, we’ve been left to wonder when and where the impact of these currencies will be felt in our businesses, if at all.
Join Boston Women in Finance on Wednesday, September 26, for ‘Digital Currencies Dissected: What, When, and Why They Matter,’ where our expert speaker, Sue Bergamo, CIO and CSO of Episerver, will share:
- Why and how these currencies came to be
- Industries that are immediately affected by its usage, and
- When we, as business professionals, may see digital currencies affect our future corporate finances
Get caught up with your friends at Boston Women in Finance prior to the program, and then join us in an informative and revealing discussion about these new currencies, and why you should keep your eye on them.
To register for this program, please fill out the information on the form to the right. Registration, which includes lunch, is $15 for BWF members, and $30 for non members.
For more information about this program, please contact Boston Women in Finance at email@example.com.
About Our Speaker
Sue is the CIO & CISO of Episerver, a global digital Commerce company. As an executive, she brings her leadership and broad technology experience to help companies concentrate on growth by promoting innovation and productivity enhancements through application development, infrastructure operations, data analytics, business process optimization and talent management.
Previously, she held strategic positions at Microsoft and as the CIO at Net Atlantic, BTE Consulting and for two of Aramark’s apparel companies, Galls and Wearguard-Crest. She has also held high level positions at the Staples Corporation and at CVS/pharmacy. As a certified cloud architect, Sue also has an AS in Computer Science from Tunxis College, a BS in Business Administration from Post University, an Executive Leadership MBA from Boston University and a Master’s in Security from UMASS.
Sue is a Board member for SIM (Society for Information Management), co-chairs the SIM Career Development Committee, 5K Road Race Committee and is a member of the CIO Roundtable. In another professional interest, Sue is a technical and business advisor to several startup companies and for Brandeis University.