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Anosha Shokrpour, Groupon
Bio: With 5+ years of experience in the field at eBay, Inc for most of her tenure and now at Groupon, Anosha has a deep understanding of the international e-commerce landscape that spans across developed and emerging markets. She recently published an article in UxPA Magazine titled “Expect the Unexpected: Tips for Conducting Global Research” with her colleague, SinLee Loh.
Panel lead by: Donna Tedesco
Donna Tedesco, eBay, Inc.
Bio: Donna Tedesco is a Senior User Experience Researcher at eBay, Inc. She has co-authored two user research methodology books including “Beyond the Usability Lab,” which details how to conduct large scale unmoderated usability studies. She has experience using moderated and unmoderated studies for global research while working for in-house research teams over the last 13 years.
Chelsey Glasson, Google
Bio: Chelsey is a user experience researcher whose skills have impacted a wide variety of enterprise and consumer technologies at diverse companies including Google, Salesforce, Udacity and T-Mobile. Motivated to help others avoid her early UX career mistakes, she often writes and gives talks on the topic of UX Careers. She also taught a Udacity.com design fundamentals course with Don Norman and Kristian Simsarian in order to help UX newbies explore the exciting world of UX.
Eugenio Santiago, Key Lime Interactive
Bio: Key Lime’s global research clients include Citi, Intel, GE Healthcare, Sony, and Harley Davidson. Ania has personally conducted over 100 UX studies in US, Latin America, Europe, and Asia. She has served as a user experience advisor to Fortune 500 companies around the world for nearly the past two decades on the topics of User Interface Design, Product Design, and User Research. She frequently presents at conferences and online symposiums, and is currently writing a book.
SinLee Loh, eBay, Inc.
Sin Lee Loh is a user experience researcher at eBay, currently focused on buyer experiences but previously focused on conducting research in Latin America and Russia. Sin most recently conducted ethnographic research in Brazil.