Product Manager

Alexis Guel (she/her/hers/ella) is a first-generation American, first-generation college graduate, tech professional, avid mentor and advocate for equal rights. From her humble beginnings in south Dallas, Alexis has learned the value of authenticity, equity, building people up and chasing what drives you.

After teaching herself how to code as a janitor, Alexis found her passion in making ideas come to life. From working with start-ups, non-profits, and Google – she has found her place at Indeed. As a Product Manager, she focuses on building experiences to remove barriers for job seekers. Actively partnering with DEI cohorts, she has given the platform the ability to drive positive, transformative change. She is an active employee resource group leader for Pride, ensuring benefits, compensation, and employee experience is equitable for all employees. In her spare time, Alexis mentors others and donates her time to local nonprofits. Over the course of her career, Alexis has managed initiatives that impacted millions of users and dollars across global efforts, instituted training and hiring for young people of color, exponentially grown and scale operations, and tackled social issues.

Her diversity of experiences reflect her diverse background. Alexis was born to a single mother of 4 girls. Once her disabled step-father joined her life, she learned her love for music. Growing up in a low-income household, she witnessed the endurance of her family and adopted it early on. Alexis started working at the age of 12 to pay for tours, musical instruments, and educational trips. She left an extreme religious group in the process of becoming her true, authentic self. Through these unique lived experiences, she learned the importance of perseverance and equality.

Alexis and her girlfriend live in Austin, TX with their 2 radically different dogs and dozens of pet plants.

Summits Attended: 2022 Pride, 2022 SF, 2023 SF

Diverse representation is a priority for us. We're proud to say that our Summit speakers are 80% queer women, 50% women of color, 25% Black & Latinx, and 15% transgender and gender nonconforming.