A Conversation with Riley Siebel '11, Principal Software Engineer @ C3 IoT

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Location: 34 Chambers Street, Room 115

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The Keller Center welcomes Riley Siebel '11, Principal Software Engineer, Applications at C3 IoT, to the Entrepreneurial Hub on Monday, October 2nd. Riley, a COS major at Princeton, started out as a software engineer at C3 IoT in 2011 and is now responsible for technical direction of a ~30 person team building applications. This event, which is hosted by the Keller Center and sponsored by the Gilbert Lecture Series, is open to currently enrolled Princeton undergraduate and graduate students. Dinner will be served. RSVP required.

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About the Gilbert Lecture Series

Founded in 1988, the Gilbert Lecture Series was established by G. S. Beckwith Gilbert of the Class of 1963 to bring innovative leaders in business, government, and the professions to the Princeton campus to discuss their ventures and the insights gained in their careers.
Lecturers have included former U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Bill Simon, former U.S. Senator Paul Sarbanes ’54, Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos ’86, former eBay President and CEO and current Hewlett-Packard President and CEO Meg Whitman ’77, and Ford Motor Company Executive Bill Ford, Jr. ’79, among many others.