Amazon and the Career Transition to AI & ML Domain


September 17


01:00 pm - 02:00 pm PST


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Looking to advance or start your career in Artifical Intelligence and Machine Learning? Come join us for this complimentary and exclusive webinar with Zorina Alliata, a Senior Program Manager in AI and ML at Amazon. She will share her insights on the industry as well as her experience, tips, and advice to be successful in this career path. 

Invite your friends & colleagues and prepare your questions to discover what a day in the life of a Senior Program Manager in AI and ML at Amazon is really like!


Tuesday, September 17, 2019

1:00 PM – 2:00 PM (Pacific Time)


This is a Free ONLINE event! Register to confirm your spot. Once registered, you will receive webinar access instructions by email.

Can’t attend live? You should still register! We’ll be sending out a link to watch the recording after the webinar to all registrants.

Who should attend?

·         Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning professionals who are looking to advance their career in the field.

·         Professionals or students or who are new to the field and curious to learn about Senior Program Mangement or Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

·         Students or professionals who are looking to start a career in Senior Program Management or Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.

Meet the Speaker: Zorina Alliata

Zorina Alliata is a Virginia-based Senior Program Manager in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning at Amazon. She has an MBA from Strayer University and is passionate about data analytics, machine learning, and big data. Her current role allows her to deliver valuable Machine Learning and Data Science projects by bridging the communication gap between the engineering teams and the business executives who need to understand how Machine Learning will affect the bottom line. Zorina also has a track record of successful Agile implementations to enable continuous integration and continuous delivery, as well as enabling visibility for executive management into Machine Learning work.