BigCommerce CMO Lisa Eggerton tackles the world with wide eyes, an open mind and a natural curiosity that has allowed her to make big moves.
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Since 2018 Divinc has recognized heroes of the DEI space in Austin. Here are nominees for Executive and Nonprofit Leader of the Year.