The CFO’s New Priorities: Technology and Culture Featuring Robynne Sisco, Co-President/CFO, Workday

Please join us for FEI San Francisco Bay Area’s next East Bay event!

Today’s business environment is more dynamic than ever and the pace of change continues to accelerate. Regulations are becoming more complex and data-driven decisions are the new norm. As a result, the role of the CFO is undergoing a significant transformation and is now tasked with helping to drive the business forward, which requires a new set of skills and a broader focus on all parts of the organization. No longer primarily focused on just the numbers, today’s CFO must understand the direct connection between culture and company growth and be comfortable leveraging technology to drive better business decisions. Hear from Robynne Sisco, Co-President and CFO at Workday, about her perspective on this new world of Finance and why she believes a focus on technology and corporate culture need to be at the top of every CFO’s priority list.

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 Date:  Thursday, September 5, 2019

 Time:  5pm – 6pm Networking, cocktails, and heavy hors d’oeuvres | 6:00pm - 7:30 pm Speaker Presentation

 Location:  Workday, 5928 Stoneridge Mall (Cloud Café), Pleasanton, CA  94588 (Five Minute Walk to BART Station)

Registration Fee:  Complimentary to Members, Sponsors and Financial Executives (non-members, please contact Chapter Administrator for registration support)

CPE:  This event qualifies for one (1.5) CPE credit.

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Have Questions or Need Registration Support?  Contact Denise Parker, Chapter Administrator, at or 813.494.9551.

Thank you to our event sponsor:


Robynne Sisco

Co-President and CFO


1.50 CPE




Business Management and Organization, Non-technical



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