Are you interested in pursuing a role in tech but you want to work in a non-engineering focused role? If you’re studying engineering, marketing, business management, psychology or another related field you might want to learn about a role in Product Management.
- What a product manager is responsible for
- What experience you need to enter the field
- How to land your first role or internship
- What kind of work a product manager does on a day-to-day basis
About Ronke Majekodunmi
For many years, Ronke Majekodunmi (she/her) has been a noteworthy leader and powerhouse in product management. She has dedicated her career to creating outstanding, world-class products. She actively invests her time in educating the next generation of product leaders.
Her mission is to make the world of product management more accessible for diverse product makers entering the field by providing insights and authentic experiences for the next generation to draw from.
Ronke actively uses her website and podcast to engage with fellow product managers and provide valuable content that helps expand their careers and create clarity from ambiguity. You can read more on www.ronkepm.com or tune into her podcast “Product Magic” on your favorite listening platform!