Silicon Valley’s Early Talents know how to party
First Early Talent Silicon Valley – #ETsv networking party
Jenny Dearborn, SAP Chief Learning Officer, exclusively opened her MARVELous home in Palo Alto for Silicon Valley Early Talents to party – and it was a blast! Grabbing burgers (and those delicious fries!) at EatOnMonday’s food truck, drinking wine and jumping on the trampoline – in that order – and ending the night making s’mores around the fire pit provided plenty of opportunity to meet and mingle. Also, a photo booth captured some great moments and funny mops and mows.
Jenny’s ETsv party was just the start of a whole series of networking opportunities and events for Silicon Valley Early talents. This house party was organized by Caitie Sullivan, iXp Program Lead and Maria Sebastian, who volunteered her time planning and executing fabulous events as an ET Ambassador for the last year. From now on, I am taking over her role as ET Ambassador and I am excited working together with Kara Bogard to help making our already great Silicon Valley ET life even better.
Our purpose is to create a community for Early Talents in Silicon Valley to foster education on SAP’s strategy and technology. We want to expand our networks amongst peers and industry leaders, and increase our engagement within the organization. Stay tuned and join our Jam site for our upcoming events, like our executive speaker series, TechTalks and Hackathons.
Photo booth expressions at Jenny Dearborn’s ETsv house party.
Co-Organizer Caitie Sullivan (left) and our favorite ET University recruiter Sarena Riggi.
Jenny’s house seemed like a beautiful vernissage of her DC paintings.
A garden with wine, trampoline, photo booth, fire pit and a great minds.