Speaker


13-14 NOVEMBER 2019
WARSAW, POLAND


3000+ TALENTED WOMENT IN IT,
ENGINEERING, SCIENCE AND INNOVATION


EXPO XXI
PRĄDZYŃSKIEGO WARSAW

Stephanie Hoogenbergen

Credit Suisse Poland
Head of IT Poland

Stephanie Hoogenbergen is a Director at Credit Suisse, and the Head of IT Poland. Credit Suisse has over 5’000 staff in Wroclaw and Warsaw of which approximately 2’000 work in Technology. Since joining Credit Suisse in 2007, Stephanie has worked in several countries and divisions of the bank. All of her roles have a strong element of transformation and change management in the technology department. Her roles include:

  • Setting up the bank-wide Center of Excellence - Singapore and India
  • Transformation of the Investment Bank Technology department - New York
  • Manage a merger of two organizational units/products - Zurich
  • Establishing the technology business management function - Hong Kong
  • Transformation of the production support and testing group - New York
  • Program Manager of the Legal Entity Program - New York

In addition Stephanie is sponsoring our technical analyst program in Poland and is the global Job Family Leader for Program Management at Credit Suisse.

Prior to joining Credit Suisse, Stephanie worked as a managing consultant mainly focusing on implementing off-shore and near-shore centers across various industries.

Stephanie speaks multiple languages which have helped her to develop an international career.

Special guests & Speakers

Mariya Gabriel

European Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society, European Commission

Mariya Ivanova Gabriel is committed to increasing women’s participation in the digital sector and to create awareness of gender imbalance in panels.

She studied in Bulgarian and French languages at the Plovdiv University "Paisii Hilendarski". She continued her studies at the Institut d'études politiques de Bordeaux (Institute of Political Studies) in Bordeaux (France), where she studied International Relations, History of the European Institutions, Political Sociology and Comparative Politics. In 2003 she obtained her Master’s degree in ‘Comparative Politics and International Relations’ from the Institut d'études politiques de Bordeaux.

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Jadwiga Emilewicz

Minister of Entrepreneurship and Technology

Wanda Buk

Deputy Minister of Digitalisation