For our first Meetup, we want to hear from you: the women of the Denver Agile community. Whether it’s learning a new skill or finding opportunities to advance your career, we want to build a safe, inclusive space for collaboration. As we grow, we’ll host workshops, talks and breakout discussions, ensuring that you gain value from your fellow Agile community members.
Our first session on Tuesday, September 25, will be informal. We’ll enjoy snacks and beverages, and have a short discussion on how Women in Agile-Denver can shape the format for the future. We’ll also host a short talk with Ti Mougne.
If you have any questions or would like to nominate a speaker or discussion topics, please reach out, otherwise we look forward to seeing you during Denver Startup Week!
Ti Mougne Bio:
Ti Mougne is an Agile Coach with Charles Schwab where she uses the process of inquiry and discovery to enable deeper levels of understanding, collaboration, awareness, and authenticity. The Integral Agile Transformation model keeps her focus on culture, leadership, systems, and process while helping teams and organizations achieve a state of high performance.
Ti was first introduced to Agile over six years ago when she was working as a researcher and writer for a small firm in Boulder, CO. Stepping into the Scrum Master role, Ti found a new and exciting world where she could tap into her growth mindset and leadership skills to help others go from good to great. Since then, Ti has been a Scrum Master for Rally Software (CA Technologies) and an Agile Transformation Coach for DigitalGlobe and CenturyLink.
Ti is a native Bostonian who graduated from the University of Houston with a B.S. degree in Sociology. Her current professional certifications include: Scaled Professional Scrum™ (SPS) with Nexus™, LeSS Practitioner, SAFe® Agilist (SA), Org Mindset’s Lean-Agile Enterprise Coach (OMEC), and Certified ScrumMaster® (CSM®).
Above all else Ti is a mother, wife, and daughter who enjoys playing tennis, hiking, camping, traveling, and cooking elaborate dinners for her family and friends.