Pendo’s Eric Boduch, Leadership Triangle’s Jesica Averhart, Wake Tech’s Katie Gailes, Greene Resources’ Gary Greene and WRAL Digital Solutions’ Chris Weatherly will be the featured speakers at the WRAL TechWire Live event on March 6 from 5-7 p.m.

The free event, hosted at WRAL and presented by Wells Fargo, will focus on the topic of leadership. We’ll explore how the Triangle’s growth impacts the region’s culture, opportunity and quality of life. We’ll also learn how some of the area’s most innovative leaders thrive in an increasingly competitive and time-starved world.

Additional speakers will be added leading up to March 6. Advanced registration is required and limited seating is available.

More on our speakers

Jesica Averhart is the Executive Director of Leadership Triangle a non-profit established to educate and develop regional leaders. Prior to Leadership Triangle, Averhart served as the Director of Corporate Partnerships for Capitol Broadcasting. She’s managed the partnership relationships for Google, Google Fiber, Wells Fargo, Fidelity Labs, Lincoln Financial, Audi, Lenovo, Duke I&E, CFCU, RTP, BCBSNC and others.

Eric Boduch is the co-founder and Chief Evangelist for, a software service that provides insights on how users interact with digital products and delivers trend information for websites. Pendo was founded in October 2013, and began acquiring funding less than two months later. By July of 2018, Pendo had hit a landmark goal of 200 employees. Before helping build and launch Pendo, Boduch has a long history of tech leadership and entrepreneurship.

Chris Weatherly is the Director of Digital Sales and Operations at Capitol Broadcasting Company, responsible for overseeing the company’s digital revenue and agency strategies. In his role, he has the pleasure of leading the award-winning team at WRAL Digital Solutions, which has worked with over 600 clients on their digital advertising and marketing strategies and continues to innovate at the intersection of local media and advertising.

Registration is now open. Tickets are free.