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The Los Gatos Chapter 2-Pint-0 Event on July 17th for members and new members to meet and greet and share ideas and experiences in a relaxed and environment at the Loma Brewing Company in Los Gatos.
Founder and CEO
Alexander Business Consulting
Aparna Pujar has diversified experience in Product Strategy, Product Management, Technology and General management. A well-timed sabbatical from eBay, where she previously worked as a Product Head and lead several strategic initiatives for Big Data, led her to take up entrepreneurship as her next adventure.
At Enfavr, she is focused on using blockchain for creating a community currency. She specializes in conceptualizing, building internet and mobile technology products and platforms. Prior to eBay, she was the Director of Media and Front Doors at Yahoo! - and launched Yahoo!'s Sports and Entertainment Media verticals which were ranked Top 3 in their categories. Prior to Yahoo!, Aparna was Director of e-Commerce, at Omnicell, where she started as a Staff Engineer and quickly rose to own general management responsibilities for their e-Commerce Platform.
Aparna is actively involved in charity work. She was the past President of UVCE Foundation US, her alma-mater, and directed a philanthropic program to provide scholarships for Technology education to economically disadvantaged students. She is also the Bay Area Ambassador for Parikrma Humanity Foundation, an education non-profit organization in India.
Aparna is an alumna of the Stanford Business School, has a BS degree in Electrical Engineering from Bangalore University and a Master's Degree in Engineering Management from Santa Clara University.
Founder of Alexander Business Consulting
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