Carrie Nedrow, Staff Program Manager for Payment Solutions, Intuit, Inc.
Carrie drives process, technology and organization initiatives through high risk transitions into a steady state. She has led a variety of initiatives ranging from call center technology implementations and money movement system enhancements, to marketing operations automation and process improvements. Carrie's career began at Gaynor Minden Inc, a point shoe company, as she was retiring from a professional ballet career. She has also worked with JP Morgan Chase Investment Bank, The Auto Club Group - AAA, Advanta, IMSARQ, and her own consultancy, enduring-solutions. Carrie has an MBA from Villanova University, a Certificate in Banking and Economics from East China Normal University, and a BFA in Dance from The Julliard School. She is a PMP from the Project Management Institute, certified in Six Sigma Process Excellence and is a member of the Prosci Change Management Institute.
Cynthia Neiman, Vice President of Marketing & Business Development, Mattel Digital Network (MDN)
As Vice President of Marketing & Business Development for the Mattel Digital Network (MDN), Cynthia is responsible for setting marketing & content strategy on the recently launched MDN. Prior to her current role, Cynthia managed the worldwide Mattel Games portfolio at Mattel including the UNO®, Scrabble®, Pictionary® and Apples to Apples® brands. Cynthia has also held senior marketing positions at IKEA (introducing the worldwide Swedish retailer to Southern California) and eteamz.com (the world’s largest online amateur sports community). She holds a BA degree in Economics from UCLA and a MBA from Vanderbilt University. When not competing in USTA tennis events, Cynthia spends way too much time on Facebook playing UNO® & Farmville®.
Korn Hall (D Building), UCLA Anderson School of Management, 110 Westwood Plaza, Los Angeles, CA 90095
Please note that there will be a number of events taking place simultaneously on the UCLA Anderson campus. Follow these directions and look for Step Up's bright orange signage to locate the event in Cornell Hall.
- This event is complimentary for Step Up members.
- SMARTY & Girls in Tech members may purchase tickets for $10
- Non-members/partners may purchase tickets for $15.
***Please note: Tickets are non-refundable***
Lot parking available for $10. Inform the kiosk attendant that you are attending the Step Up event at Korn Hall at UCLA Anderson. You will be directed to park in Parking Structure Lot 4, Yellow. The CONFIRMATION NUMBER for this group is: 305881
Please note that the entrance to Structure 4 is only accessible via the intersection of Sunset Blvd. and Westwood Plaza. There will be signs from the parking structure directing you to the Step Up event.
Directions to the Anderson School at UCLA
The Anderson School, a complex of buildings A - F, is located in the north central section of the UCLA Campus. Please give yourself ample time to find the building as the campus can be challenging to navigate for first time visitors. Note the map below.
If you use a web based mapping program for directions to UCLA, you must use the intersection of W Sunset Blvd & Westwood Plaza rather than the UCLA street address. If not, the directions will direct you to the south side of the campus and may result in a twenty minute uphill walk.
Northbound: Take Interstate 405 (San Diego Freeway) north, and exit at Sunset Boulevard. Turn east (right) onto Sunset at the end of the off-ramp. Turn south (right) onto Westwood Plaza, and proceed underground to the parking kiosk.
Southbound: Take Interstate 405 (San Diego Freeway) south, and exit at Sunset Boulevard. Turn left at the end of the off-ramp and turn east (left) onto Sunset. Turn south (right) onto Westwood Plaza, and proceed underground to the parking kiosk.
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