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Our Mentorship Packages give you the chance to secure one-on-one time with executives to discuss a variety of topics including networking, professional development, or even specific technology initiatives.

*You must be registered for WIT Connect on May 2nd to bid on our auction packages

Please note, mentorship packages are not intended to be utilized as a sales pitch

Please note the following to participate in this year’s WIT Connect Mentorship Auction:

1) You must purchase admission to access our online auction. Don’t worry; we’ve got you covered! Premium sponsorships and reserved bays are still up for grabs, and you can now get individual tickets

2) When the Auction begins online, take advantage of the chance to bid on these exclusive mentorship packages. The Auction is open NOW and goes through 7:45 p.m. on May 2nd!

3) Auction participants will be notified of their winning bids after the event on May 2nd.

Jennifer Baker

WIT Board Member
DataScan Board Member

Bid on 4, one-hour virtual mentoring sessions with Jennifer Baker, DataScan & WIT Board Member

Jennifer Baker is a Business and Technology Executive with experience in leading financial services product, digital and technology functions including the strategic planning and execution to support future desired growth outcomes.  

With over 20 years in the industry, Jennifer expertly led a robust team of business and technology professionals who focus on the continued maturation and innovation for across multiple lines of business. 

Jennifer serves as a Board of Director with DataScan, the visionary risk and audit software platform provider to the automotive industry and for the Women in Technology (WIT) organizations. She is passionate about supporting and mentoring young women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) careers and serves as an active mentor through WIT supporting multiple STEM initiatives across several University System of Georgia fintech and student forums.

Marcia Calleja-Matsko

WIT Board Member
One Digital

Chief Information Officer

Bid on 6 one-hour sessions of one-on-one mentorship with Marcia Calleja-Matsko, Chief Information Officer at OneDigital

Marcia Calleja-Matsko is Chief Information Officer at OneDigital, a leading insurance, financial services and HR consulting advisory firm, and is responsible for all IT functions including the strategic planning and execution of OneDigital’s information technology services to support future growth. With over 30 years of experience in the industry, Marcia expertly leads a robust team of information technology professionals who focus on the continued evolution of OneDigital’s industry-leading technology platform to help the organization achieve its strategic business objectives at pace and scale. Marcia currently serves as the Chair for the GeorgiaCIO organization, a preeminent peer leadership network of Georgia CIOs and she serves on the Board for the Women in Technology (WIT) organization in Atlanta. She is passionate about preparing young women and single mothers for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) careers and serves as a mentor through WIT supporting multiple STEM initiatives.

Elizabeth Coffey

Managing Director

Bid on 6, one-hour virtual mentoring sessions with Elizabeth Coffey, Managing Director at Guidacent

Elizabeth is a tenured executive who is an expert at the intersection of business and technology, renowned for her ability to drive significant results in fiercely competitive environments. With a reputation for structuring, team building, and cultivating talent, Elizabeth possesses a deep understanding that spans various industries, including Telecommunications, Financial Services, Retail, and Manufacturing. She is celebrated for her strategic thinking, execution skills, and her talent for building high-performing teams.

Most recently, Elizabeth joined Guidacent, a business and technology consulting and advisory services firm with a strong presence in the Seattle market. Elizabeth is in charge of the Atlanta office and spearheading the strategic direction for market expansion. It’s a hands-on position that allows her to be actively involved in both sales and delivery. She is driving strategic initiatives and mentoring companies of all sizes, guiding them through various lifecycle phases. As a lead mentor in prestigious startup accelerator classes and as an Advisory Board member, she has played a pivotal role in driving year-over-year growth and providing strategic direction to established IT services companies.

During her almost two-decade tenure at Cox Enterprises / Communications, Inc., Elizabeth held key executive positions, including Associate Vice President and Executive Director, where she led transformative initiatives in enterprise financial systems, strategic delivery, and operational enablement. Her visionary leadership and innovative approach resulted in multimillion-dollar cost savings, improved operational performance, and streamlined delivery structures using DevOps and Agile.

Prior to joining Cox Communications, Elizabeth worked with the management consultancy Accenture, tackling operational and strategic challenges facing the nation’s top Banking and Brokerage companies. She began her career in manufacturing at Milliken & Company as an elastic fabrics Department Manager.

With a Master of Business Administration from Brenau University and a Bachelor of Arts in International Business from Eckerd College, Elizabeth brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the table. Her dynamic leadership style, strategic acumen, and commitment to excellence make her a sought-after advisor and thought leader in the field of business and technology.

Elizabeth is a true powerhouse in the world of business and technology.

Patti Dismukes

Patti Dismukes Solutions
CEO and Founder

Bid on 6 one-hour virtual sessions of one-on-one networking mentorship with Patti Dismukes, CEO and Founder of Patti Dismukes Solutions.

Patti Dismukes is an executive with experience leading professional services offerings for multiple companies. Patti’s career reflects a demonstrated track record in leading successful large-scale transformation initiatives and optimizing financial management processes. She is known for leading and launching new initiatives and maximizing resources to meet client goals.

She has served in leadership roles for several regional, national and international companies. Additionally, she has led multiple enterprise-wide transformation initiatives focused on growing the company’s business model to adapt to changing marketing conditions and disruptive market forces.

Patti’s dedication to improving the lives of young girls and women led to her involvement with such organizations as Women in Technology, TechBridge, Year Up, and the creation of Wine & Therapy – a gathering of over one hundred of Atlanta’s top female Executives. She is a believer that your network reflects your net worth in business.

Since January 2020, she has served as the Board President for Women in Technology where she has assisted in the creation and support of innovative programs such as WIT Single Mothers Program, Board Readiness and WIT Career ConneXions.

The Single Mothers’ Program is focused on providing underserved single mothers (making $35K or less), with the opportunity to focus and achieve a certification in Cybersecurity. After certification, Patti helps with placement in jobs making $60K – $75K with benefits. Likewise, the Career ConneXions Program is designed to help women with certification in Cybersecurity or Data Analytics get into the technology workforce and get placed in a job with career opportunities. Her goal is to work with WIT to place over 100 women a year in great roles, earning a meaningful salary.

In 2019, she established a scholarship called “Lessons from My Mother’s Purse”, to honor her late Mother. This scholarship is awarded to a high school senior who will pursue a technology degree in college.
Patti received the 2019 Ann Cramer Volunteer Award for her exemplary volunteerism in the technology community. She also received the 2019 TAG Sales Leadership Community Award.

Patti joined the WIT Board of Directors in 2017 and served in multiple leadership positions. In 2021, she joined the Advisory Council for Georgia Southern University Women in Leadership and the International Society of Female Professionals.

Keith Fulton

SVP, Digital Solutions Technology

Bid on one-on-one mentorship with a technology leader from Equifax.

Keith Fulton is a C-Suite leader with Kount/ Equifax and has over 20+ years of experience designing, building, and leading large teams that develop large-scale enterprise software. 

Keith has been a community advocate for the Lupus Foundation and Women in Technology and is keenly interested in helping people achieve their professional goals.  Keith is a proponent of making technology deliver the promise of changing people’s lives for the better. 

Keith’s technology portfolio is mostly focused on the financial services sector and mostly focused on building out amazing applications with a beautiful user experience in both a B2B and a B2C context. 15+ years of experience with agile development methods and high-performance talent. Consistently bring a clear business focus to technical solutions and bring new technology insights and strategies to business leaders–the combination is key.

Manjula Ganta

Senior Director – Product Development, Global Product & Technology

Bid on 4 one-hour sessions of one-on-one mentorship with Manjula Ganta, Senior Director – Product Development, Global Product & Technology at ADP

As a Senior Director, GPT Manjula leads the product development across HR, Payroll and Platform products serving ADP’s upmarket clients in the National Accounts business. With 24 years in Human Capital Management (HCM), her expertise spans Product Development, Technology Enablement, and Strategy across HCM functions. Manjula has led the fleets responsible for the HR Unification, Payroll Modernization and Platform consolidation initiatives building both cloud and on-prem solutions across multiple products.

Manjula joined ADP in 2011 and served pivotal roles, including Director of Strategic Initiatives where she led cross-functional development teams in Robotics Process Automation, Data Analytics, and Web/Service Technology. Prior to joining ADP, she led implementing HCM solutions for organizations like General Electric where her contributions were instrumental in establishing standards and architecture frameworks for customizations across HR, Payroll, Benefits, Time and Pension modules.

Beyond her professional endeavors, Manjula is deeply committed to community engagement. She actively mentors women in STEM fields serving as the Volunteer Program Director for the Single Mother’s Program at Women In Technology, a local non-profit organization. Additionally, she lends her support to the American Heart Association as a Coach and has contributed as a Program Committee for ADP Women in Leadership Mentoring and involved with various other local non-profits.

Manjula earned her Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) with a focus in Finance. She works in Alpharetta, GA and resides in Suwanee with her husband and two sons. 

Todd Jordan

Chief Technology Officer

Bid on 4 one-hour sessions of one-on-one mentorship with Todd Jordan, Chief Technology Officer at Kroll

Todd Jordan is the Chief Technology Officer at the Financial and Risk Advisory firm Kroll where he provides the vision, strategy & organizational development for teams that deliver infrastructure services, User experience, Operations and DevOps to the Enterprise.

Todd has a reputation for creating a culture of high-performance teams by keeping teams engaged with continual growth opportunities while ensuring IT initiatives meet and exceed the expectations of the Business, Executive Management, and both internal and external customers. Most of Todd’s career has been in the Financial Technology (Fintech) and Information industry where he previously led worldwide teams at Global Payments, LexisNexis, and ChoicePoint.

Todd is based in Atlanta, GA, a current student at Wharton Executive CTO program, a MBA graduate from the Coles College of Business @ Kennesaw State University, a CertifiedManagerial Coach, and a PCI internal Security Assessor.

 Missy Lawson

SVP Technology  & Expert Engineer

Bid on 4, one-hour sessions of one-on-one mentorship with Missy Lawson, SVP Technology & Expert Engineer at Fiserv

Missy Lawson, SVP of Finxact Strategic Programs, represents Open Finance and Fintech for Fiserv Inc, a global leader in technology and payments that enables commerce, banking and the safe and secure movement of money.  Along with enabling the Finxact integration, Missy is accountable for the delivery and operational stability of technology enabling our businesses, allowing them achieve revenue realization through client implementations of our digital products, roadmap enablement, and delivery of strategic technology initiatives.

With 28 years of IT experience, Missy has been a Fiserv employee since February 2006.  During that tenure she has served the company in a variety of Operations, Engineering, Architecture, and Merger & Acquisition roles, as well as Portfolio Delivery positions within Fiserv Technology Services.   

Prior to joining Fiserv, Missy was a Senior Architect at Eli Lilly and Company, charged with designing drug discovery modeling systems. Before Lilly, Missy held Senior Engineering positions at TeamStaff, and Lead Programming positions at Lanier Worldwide. Missy is a 5-year veteran of the United States Air Force, designing and deploying Combat Intelligence Systems.    

Missy is a single parent to two teenage daughters, helping to manage the Duluth High School NJROTC program, and actively volunteering with the Duluth High Theater program.  Missy is also an active member of Women In Technology, promoting pathways into technology for women at all stages of their careers.  She resides in Peachtree Corners, Georgia, with her daughters, dog, two antiquated cats, one terror of a kitten, and an occasional opossum named Bacon.

Recently named to the top 100 Women in Fintech by Fintech Magazine, Missy is also designated as an Expert Engineer at Fiserv, and holds a B.S in Computer Science from Saint Leo University.

 Jay Moran

SVP of FTS Platform Engineering

Bid on 6, one-hour sessions of one-on-one mentorship with Jay Moran, SVP of FTS Platform Engineering at Fiserv

Jay Moran is the SVP of the Platform Engineering organization at Fiserv and came into the position after Fiserv’s acquisition of First Data in 2019. He also holds the title of Fiserv Distinguished Engineer, applying his broad technical acumen across the Fiserv business. Platform Engineering architects and engineers all of the global technology infrastructure for public/private cloud, infrastructure automation, digital transformation, application integration, and developer experiences & pipelines for the multiple business units of Fiserv. In 2021, Jay was asked to join the WIT (Women In Technology) Advisory Board, where he continues supporting their mission in any way he can. 

Prior to joining First Data in 2016, Jay led the Technology Operations organization at and parent company Cimpress from 2014 to 2016. Prior to Vistaprint, Jay capped his 15-year career at AOL as a VP & Distinguished Engineer. Jay has also worked for Perot Systems, Tenet Healthcare, and started his career in 1988 at Eastern Data, Inc. Growing up in North Carolina, living in Dallas, the DC Metro, and Boston; he, his wife, and their four kids (all 13 & under) now call Atlanta home. He is strong believer in the Oxford comma.

Windy Nicholson

VP Technology and Product, Mergers and Acquisitions Integration

Bid on 6 one-hour sessions of one-on-one mentorship with Windy Nicholson, VP Technology & Product – Mergers & Acquisitions at Salesforce

Windy Nicholson is a respected senior technology leader, mentor, speaker, board member, philanthropist, wife and mother. Her executive presence and ability to influence make her a natural connector and activator. As a strategic leader, she is more driven when she can include volunteering, mentoring and advocating for women and underrepresented groups. She is well respected for her insight and expertise in technology, M&A and strategy and sought after to share her professional journey.

Currently, as Salesforce’s VP, Technology and Product, Windy’s focus is on M&A due diligence, evaluation, systems assessments and integration. Her team of experts also drives these processes for all acquired companies (over 80 since 2006) into the Salesforce family. By partnering closely with acquired teams, Corporate Development, Security, Engineering and Product, they work as a team to create the integration strategy with the best path to success for full integration. 

Before Salesforce, Windy led Technology Planning and Execution/PMO efforts at Equifax. As a leader for Global Consumer Solutions, she worked with Security and Legal on regulatory and compliance mandates while developing new products and features. She optimized and led M&A tech integrations for 8 global acquisitions totalling over $3 Billion. She has managed annual tech budgets over $80 Million, led Agile Transformations, coached executives and led global development teams across multiple countries. 

Windy earned a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from SCSU (HBCU), and a Master of Science in CIS from Missouri State University. Her certifications include a PMP, Certified Agile Leader and Google Cloud Digital Leader. Windy is a Google “IamRemarkable” facilitator, a published contributor and member of the Forbes Technology Council, ForbesWomen, ForbesBLK and a member of CHIEF, a network of women executive leaders. Her high energy contributes to her participation and requests to moderate and participate in panels, speaking engagements including keynote speeches, fireside chats and podcasts, professionally and personally. 

Her additional passions include family and friends, staying fit, cycling, various sports, camping, reading, traveling and tinkering with technology. Windy’s efforts include being a Pajama Reading Program volunteer, Black Girls Do Bike Atlanta Shero (Cycling Leader) and her High School Scholarship Committee. She is humbled as a small town girl who continues to Dream the Impossible.

Keith Ordan

Brilliant Staffing

Bid on 4, one-hour virtual mentoring sessions with Keith Ordan, CEO at Brilliant Staffing

Keith is the Chief Executive Officer at Brilliant Staffing, a privately held staffing firm specializing in Finance/Accounting and Technology Staffing and Recruiting.  Keith an accomplished executive leader who has spent more than 25 years leading and building businesses in the staffing and recruitment industry. Throughout his career, Keith has a track record of success building, leading, and growing world-class teams that specialize in the recruitment of Accounting/Finance and Technology professionals. From global industry leaders, small/mid-size firms, and new start-up environments, Keith has repeatedly built successful businesses that have thrived and outpaced market growth.

Keith started his career with Robert Half International, where he spent 8 years and was elevated to the position of Regional Vice President in the Southeast District. Later, he was a Partner and President in his own firm in Atlanta, Georgia, which grew over 500% in 7 years under his leadership. Most recently, Keith was the EVP of Customer Success for an international technology recruitment firm, where he led sales and customer acquisition in North America.

Leadership by example is one of Keith’s most cherished values, so you’ll always find Keith out front. Keith loves connecting with customers and building long-lasting relationships based on mutual respect and trust.

Keith lives in Atlanta, Georgia, with his wife of 24 years and 2 daughters.

Renee Pearson


Bid on 6 one-hour one-on-one mentorship sessions with Renee Pearson, GVP & CTO at Rollins

Renee is currently the Chief Technology Officer at Rollins, Inc. Rollins is a premier global consumer and commercial services company that provides pest control services and earns an annual revenue of ~$3B. Prior to Rollins Renee served as SVP of IT at RNDC (Republic National Distributing Company), the nation’s second largest wine and spirits distributor. In her role at RNDC she led transformational programs and M&A activities for the enterprise. Renee also spent several years at Georgia Pacific as the Head of Business Integration leading their consumer products digital transformation – CPG Digital Core. 

The majority of Renee’s career was spent in multiple leadership roles at Kimberly-Clark (K-C), a global Consumer Products company. She led business and technology teams through disruptive innovation and digital transformation efforts, led IT strategy and international business teams during the divesture of K-C’s Health Care business, and spent over a decade leading K-C’s data and analytics organization. 

Renee holds a degree in Management Information Systems from the University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire. She is engaged in the Atlanta community through various board engagements and an advocate for Girl Scouts of America and promoting diversity and women in technology. She currently resides with her family in Roswell, GA.

Flore Saint Fleur

WIT Advisory Council
VP of Sales and Operations

Bid on 6 one-hour sessions of one-on-one mentorship with Flore Saint Fleur, VP of Sales and Operations at Avanade

Flore, a sales and operations executive, hails from Haiti and journeyed to Long Island, NY at 16. Her dedication led to a nine-year service in the U.S. Army Officer Corps, followed by a successful pharmaceutical career at Merck and Johnson & Johnson.

A desire to learn about technology and its impact steered her into the tech sector at IBM, where she achieved accolades as a client executive. Flore’s tech journey led to Microsoft Solutions Sales, where she excelled and became the Sales Director for Data and AI in the Southeast region.

She continued her impactful career at Amazon Web Services and Google, playing a pivotal role in establishing their enterprise business.

In 2023, Flore assumed the role of Sales and Operations Executive at Avanade for the South region. A mother of three, she resides in Georgia, enjoying hiking, dancing, and travel. Flore’s interests extend to financial literacy and non-profit support for women in STEM, veterans, and her homeland, Haiti, guided by her motto: “live, love, and give back.”

Christina Setzer-Poole

WIT Board Member
Global Payments
Executive Vice President, Business Services Delivery Group

Bid on 4 one-hour sessions of one-on-one mentorship with Christina Setzer-Poole, EVP, Business Services Delivery Group at Global Payments

Christina has 30+ years of experience in Fintech – including issuing, acquiring and loyalty. She has in-depth knowledge of Information Technology and call center operations. Throughout her career, she has led large global teams in innovative and transformational delivery with special expertise in hundred-million-dollar efforts.

Christina’s IT knowledge ranges from leading program management teams, portfolio management, data governance, IT risk, IT compliance, Human Resource systems (inclusive of payroll), quality assurance, and end user support. She leverages her learnings from challenging and complex efforts to help mitigate risks and improve efficiency in future delivery. Her contributions to companies where she has worked include new product delivery, data center migrations, public cloud migrations (AWS, GCP, Azure), and software delivery while balancing annual compliance cycle activities (SOC2, SOX, PCI).

Christina has also contributed to her employer by establishing and maintaining off-shore call centers in the Caribbean and Central America focusing on bi-lingual telesales and customer servicing. She currently oversees end user support call centers in the Philippines.
Christina has held various positions at both public and private companies, all with budgetary responsibilities. She has served on the Global Payments/Bank of Philippine Islands joint venture Board of Directors (2-years: 2019 – 2020). She currently serves as EVP of Global Payments, a Fortune 500 company, responsible globally for program and project management, IT compliance/governance, end user support, Human Resource systems, IT skills transformation, and organizational change management.

 Misty Sutton

Executive Vice President

Bid on 4, one-hour sessions of one-on-one mentorship with Misty Sutton, Executive Vice President of Transformation at Primerica

Misty Sutton has over 20 years experience driving change in the financial services industry. She has led strategic initiatives bringing new life insurance products to market while modernizing technology along the way. Misty has led the organization’s investment in and integration of enterprise platforms and solutions to streamline business processes for the organization. 

Her most recent focus has been on modernization of our contact centers and developing the strategic plan to provide best in class customer service using best in class technology.

Edie Kirkman

GoTo Foods
VP, Digital



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