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Kasturi Mudulodu and Demetria Elmore, Tech Leaders at GoDaddy

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In this episode of Fairygodboss Radio, Romy is joined by two inspiring women tech leaders at GoDaddy, Kasturi Mudulodu, Vice President of Product Management, and Demetria Elmore, Vice President of Partners Care. Hear Kasturi’s incredible accomplishments of her 20 year career in engineering and product management, and how Demetria navigated major pivots from nonprofits to corporate to tech.

[Recorded on November 19, 2021]

Kasturi Mudulodu As Vice President of Product at GoDaddy, Kasturi is a relentless advocate for customers shaping the future of omni-channel commerce — the ability to sell anything anywhere — for millions of small businesses around the world.

Demetria Silvera Elmore is an experienced customer service strategy and operations leader, with an extensive background in business innovation, strategy development, operations design, and process improvement. She is Vice President, Partners Care and Services at GoDaddy. In her role, she leads a global team dedicated to customer service excellence for web designers and developers so they can effectively host websites, build payment platforms, and manage their clientele. A travel industry veteran, Demetria spent nearly a decade as an internal consultant with Marriott International, then as Vice President of Global Customer Operations at Expedia. Before joining Marriott in Bethesda, Maryland, Demetria was a consultant with Boston Consulting Group (BCG) in Atlanta, Georgia. Demetria holds a M.B.A. from Harvard Business School, and a B.A. from Yale University. She lives in Seattle, WA with her mom Enid, daughter Avery, and son Stephen. She loves Caribbean food, a good organized crime TV series or sentimental Hallmark movie, a fun yoga class, boating, hiking and running anywhere with sunshine.

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