Siroui Mushegian has spent her career in technology working within the finsys, media, sports and retail industries. Currently she serves as the Vice President of Information Technology for BlackLine overseeing Systems and Infrastructure, Enterprise Applications, Business Intelligence and IT Employee Experience. At BlackLine, Siroui’s mission is to elevate the maturity and impact of IT on BlackLine’s corporate enterprise as the company scales and grows. Prior to BlackLine, she was the Chief Technology Officer of America’s flagship PBS station, The WNET Group in New York City. In this role, she managed broadcast technology, corporate applications, infrastructure, cybersecurity and strategic technology initiatives and solutions throughout the organization. Prior to joining WNET, Siroui was Vice President of IT Customer Experience, Program Delivery and Business Operations at the National Basketball Association (NBA). During her tenure she managed initiatives across cross-functional teams and client partner groups and oversaw the development of NBA’s award-winning employee engagement programs (2016 InformationWeek Elite 100, 12th place overall), maximizing employee satisfaction, efficiency and productivity. Previously, Siroui was Senior Director, Global IT Customer Service Delivery and Management at Ralph Lauren Corporation. She also served as Associate Director, IT Operations at Time Inc. which was the magazine division of Time Warner Corporation (currently Warner Media). Siroui holds a Master of Business Administration in Management and Strategy from Fordham University’s Gabelli School of Business and a Bachelor’s in Mathematics and Finance from University of Connecticut. Siroui and her husband currently reside in Los Angeles and Palm Desert. In her spare time, Siroui enjoys cooking, traveling, films and spending time with her adorable nieces and nephew.

Summits Attended: 2022 Pride

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.