TAMPA —Anna Auerbach, co-founder and co-CEO of Werk, will give a presentation at The University of Tampa as part of the Today’s Entrepreneurial Women Speaker Series on Wednesday, March 20. Her presentation begins at 1:30 p.m. in the Lowth Entrepreneurship Center, located on the eighth floor of the Daly Innovation and Collaboration Building. This event is free and open to the public.
Auerbach’s company, Werk, is the first and only people analytics platform that helps companies build cultures through data.
As a Brandeis University and Harvard Business School graduate, Auerbach began her career at Mckinsey & Co., where she worked across media, telecom and professional services. She also consulted to major nonprofits and foundations with The Bridgespan Group.
Prior to forming Werk, Auerbach led a community building and advising firm, The Moonridge Group, as the chief operating officer. While there, she launched her first tech product, a Board Matchmaker, which connected company leaders and newcomers with open board seats.
Auerbach founded Werk with Annie Dean, former Wall Street corporate attorney who represented institutional lenders in real estate. Within Werk, their goal as partners is to build flexible cultures in order to improve productivity, as they found that a lack of flexibility damages performance in the workforce.
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