Kevin D. Wilde VP, Organization Effectiveness and Chief Learning Officer General Mills
Kevin Wilde is responsible for world-wide people growth at General Mills, including talent management, executive development and the Leadership Institute. Since joining the company in 1998, the organization has been consistently recognized for its innovative development work, highlighted by Fortune’s #3 ranking as one of the best companies in the world at leadership development and Training magazine’s “Hall of Fame” designation as a top company for employee development. In 2007, Chief Learning Officer magazine selected Kevin as CLO of the year.
Kevin is a columnist for Talent Management magazine and serves on the editorial board for a number of professional journals. His work has been published in over a dozen books, including Coaching For Leadership and the Pfieffer Annual on Leadership Development. He has been quoted on leadership and development by Business Week, the Financial Times, Fortune and Time magazine.
Before joining General Mills, he spent 17 years at General Electric in a variety of human resources positions in the healthcare and capital divisions, as well as corporate assignments at GE’s renown Crotonville management development center. While at GE, he also held positions in manufacturing, marketing and six sigma quality.
He received a bachelor’s degree in marketing and education from the University of Wisconsin at Stout in 1980 and a master’s degree in administrative leadership and adult education from the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee in 1981.
Stephanie Naito is Vice President of Talent Management - Human Resources at Meijer. In this position, she oversees talent management, performance management, leadership and organizational development nationwide.
Prior to Meijer, Stephanie was VP, Talent Management at Nash Finch, joining the company in 2009. In this role she oversaw talent management and performance management along with taking responsibility for leading Sales Management Development, an initiative designed to develop a sales-driven culture and workforce planning strategy.
Prior to joining Nash Finch, she was Vice President, People Works for Brinker International where she focused on leading human resource administration, talent development and talent acquisition for the Chili’s brand. Prior to Brinker, Ms. Naito was Group Vice President of Talent Development at Rite Aid Corporation responsible for leading human resource initiatives to include talent acquisition, training, organizational development, diversity and customer satisfaction. Ms. Naito has over 25 years of experience leading teams as a human resources professional.
Ms. Naito earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Home Economics from San Jose State University. She currently resides in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Richard N. Knowles, PhD President Richard N. Knowles and Associates, Inc.
Richard Knowles is President of Richard N. Knowles and Associates, Inc. He is a global leader in helping organizations to experience major increases in profitability and total performance. He knows how organizations really work!
He works with the leadership and teams at all organizational levels helping them to significantly improve profitability through learning to share information, building trust and interdependence, and releasing their energy and creativity. He has worked with teams in the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Italy and the UK over the last 19 years.
In his Excellence Workshops™ he uses a powerful, proprietary approach and tool helping people to think, to see and to change. People learn to solve complex problems, to develop the social connections they’ll need and to build the emotional energy and commitment to get he job done quickly…all at the same time! Resistance to change almost disappears.
He is co-founder and Director with his wife, Claire E. F. Knowles, of the Center for Self-Organizing Leadershipâ which is focused on helping people in organizations develop coherence enabling them to significantly improve their performance. To help to broaden the understanding of these ideas he wrote The Leadership Dance, Pathways to Extraordinary Organizational Effectiveness,The Center for Self-Organizing Leadership, Niagara Falls, NY 2002.
He is a renowned speaker in conferences, workshops and retreats.
Richard N. Knowles graduated from McDonogh School, McDonogh MD in 1953, from Oberlin College on Oberlin, OH in 1957 and received a Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry from the University of Rochester in Rochester, NY in 1961. He then joined the DuPont Company in research at the Experimental Station in Wilmington, Delaware where he conducted research in a variety of areas receiving 40 U.S. Patents in this work. He then worked in a number of sales and manufacturing assignments including 15 years as Plant Manager in three different sites. He has extensive experience in community dialogue and emergency response at both the local and state levels. He was active with the American Chemistry Council and he is an Adjunct Instructor at Medaille College in Amherst, NY and a member of the Academy of Senior Professionals at Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, FL. Since his retirement from DuPont in 1996 he has helped many organizations in his consulting work.
Kerri Garbis President Ovation Comm
President and Co-Founder of Ovation Communication, Kerri has trained hundreds of executives internationally on communication skills, etiquette and emotional intelligence. Her enthusiasm, humor and energy inspire multiple repeat client engagements.
Kerri is a Business Etiquette Expert, certified by The Emily Post Institute, and an Emotional Intelligence Expert, certified by Genos International. She ensures that every Ovation consultant delivers the highest level of client-focused professional training. Company-wide dedication to this standard sets Ovation apart from the competition.
A professional actress since childhood, Kerri began her studies in voice and theatre at The Baltimore School for the Arts before earning her BFA in Musical Theatre from Syracuse University.
She has starred in productions of Evita, Singin’ In The Rain, and The Lady With All the Answers (a one-woman play about Ann Landers), to name a few. You may also have seen her catching a pass from a New England Patriot, singing a Christmas carol or complaining of bloating in a television commercial. Kerri is a member of Actor’s Equity Association.
Jack Morehouse COO & Executive Vice President Perceptyx, Inc
As COO & Executive Vice President for Perceptyx™, Inc., Jack is author of the Perceptyx™ Engagement Philosophy and chief architect of the Perceptyx™ methodology. Jack is responsible for professional services, business development, product development, and integration of new projects and operations. Jack's background in curriculum design, executive management training and consulting, leadership training, internal operations management and customer service program development informs and enhances the intuitive design of Perceptyx™ systems. Jack’s database applications for collecting and measuring training needs were the precursor to the Perceptyx™ system. Jack has been a business owner and business management consultant for over twenty years. Prior to that time, Jack served in designs engineering and as a technical training facilitator during a ten-year career with Chevron, USA.
Tom Disantis COO Vantage Point
Throughout his career, Tom has helped senior executives achieve greater returns on their investments, especially those related to talent development. As COO of Vantage Point, Tom works to improve the quality, productivity, and impact of his clients’ training efforts by linking training activities to strategic business results, and enabling front-line managers to reinforce the training in the field. He has had the opportunity to meet with and lead meetings for senior executives in North America, Europe, Australia, and Asia.
Tom received his Bachelor of Arts Summa cum Laude from the University of Connecticut and his Masters of Business Administration from the Darden Graduate School of Business at the University of Virginia. He resides in Falls Church, Virginia.
About Vantage Point
Vantage Point is the leading training and development firm focused exclusively on sales management. Through fresh thinking and easily adopted frameworks, we improve the quality and impact of our clients’ training investments by using ground-breaking research (including our book, Cracking the Sales Management Code). We have found innovative ways to tie training investments to business results to prove ROI and impact. By focusing on front-line management, we believe that we provide a distinctly focused value proposition that cannot be found elsewhere, and our growing list of Fortune 500 clients validates this belief.
Meredith Lubitz VP of Talent Management Dow Jones
Meredith Lubitz is a talent junkie leading company-wide talent acquisition, talent development and executive coaching efforts. Currently, she is the VP of Talent Management at Dow Jones. Her efforts are focused on building and managing a broad spectrum of global initiatives including: Recruiting, Onboarding, Performance Management, Succession Planning, Change Management, Career Development, Employee Engagement, High Potential Intiatives, Executive Coaching, Leadership Development, and Digital Transformation Programs. She is a certified executive coach and serves on various boards focusing on the future of work and how to drive lea rning that informs rather than reacts to change.
DR Carlson Chief Commercial Officer Oratium
D. R.'s responsibilities are twofold: he heads up Oratium's business development and sales initiatives, as well as coaches and consults with organizations - using the same principles and methodologies that Oratium uses to prepare TED speakers. With over 20 years of experience in sales, D. R. has seen (or been subjected to!) thousands of presentations. But when he was exposed to the Oratium communication principles and realized how the standard presentation “deck” actually violates the way people learn and make decisions, he knew he had found his true calling - ultimately joining our staff in August of 2015. D. R. is a husband and father of four who spends his weekends coaching his kids in whatever sport is in season. And while his halftime speeches as a coach are very motivational...his lifetime record still hovers around .500
KRIS RISI, MBA, PH.D. is the e Executive Director of Corporate and Executive Education Drexel University’s LeBow College of Business
For the last 14 years, she has worked closely with companies to develop curricula that meet their specific business needs and desired outcomes. In her role, she leads cross-disciplinary teams of faculty, instructional technologists, subject matter experts and operations managers to create innovative customized educational programs for universities and corporations from concept to execution. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit LeBow.Drexel.edu/ExecutiveEd
Lori Strauss Program Manager, Income Impact Group AARP Foundation
Lori is currently a program manager on the Income Impact team at AARP Foundation. She leads the team’s employment and upskilling work that includes partnerships, program model building, grant making, events and communications. Her work showcases the value of older workers to employers and improves the quality and quantity of job search and skills training services available to 50+ hourly wage workers. Lori leads the Work for Yourself@50+ grant competition effort at AARP Foundation and ADVANCE, a strategic collaboration with College for America to increase the number of 50+ hourly wage workers who earn associates degrees and other credentials needed to continue to remain competitive in today’s job market.
Jason McDowall AVP of Training Knowledge and Quality Sun Life Financial
Jason McDowall is an award winning leader of Learning Strategies with over 19 years of experience with exposure to strategic planning and learning effectiveness. Currently, Jason is the AVP of Training Knowledge and Quality at Sun Life Financial. In his current role, he provides the overall leadership on Training, Knowledge/Talent Management and Quality for Canadian Operations both onshore and off. He directs the design, development and delivery of training and talent management programs via best practice channels and the development, deployment and maintenance of Canadian Operations-wide knowledge management. Jason has worked within the Telco and Banking industries in Canada which has given him vast knowledge of learning within large organizations and how to look for ways to run ‘learning like a business
Kate Day VP, Global Workforce Enablement Global Technology & Operations MetLife, Inc.
Kate has over 27 years of professional management experience that includes international operations, strategy and business development as well as strategic technical workforce planning. Her expertise focuses on building new organizations and enabling the workforce. She has been selected as a guest speaker at international conferences in Europe, Canada and the US. Kate was also awarded the prestigious 2013 Chief Learning Officer Magazine’s Gold Award for Innovation.
As Vice President of Global Workforce Enablement for MetLife, Kate is responsible for building and implementing programs that enhance the productivity of MetLife’s technical workforce. This includes the creation of MetLife Technical University, a development program for early-in-career employees, as well as a summer technical internship program. Kate also implements tools and platforms that manage knowledge transfer and communities of interest amongst employees, managers and internal lines of business.
Prior to joining MetLife, Kate spent 17 years with Cisco where she lived in Europe and the US, managing business development and sales operations organizations.
Kate is certified in Strategic Technical Workforce Planning. She holds a BA in History from Dartmouth College in Hanover, NH. She attended the University of Michigan for her MBA. Kate and her husband, Stephen, own a restaurant in Raleigh, NC which reflects their passion for International travel and love of global food.
Carolyn Rivera Former, VP Learning and Development H&R Block
With more than 20 years of experience in her field, Carolyn Rivera currently serves as the vice president of learning and development for H&R Block, your go-to company for tax preparation and online tax services. There, her responsibilities include aligning all learning methods with company strategy, goals and objectives, and designing, developing and implementing centralized and local learning initiatives. The highlights of her career were overseeing the change management process of a huge organization, and working with business leaders to re-skill their teams during company transformations. She centralized the learning and development team, and transitioned the company's delivery methodologies to a blended learning approach. Ms. Rivera’s interest in education spurred her professional pursuits in the areas of learning and development. Her commitment to leadership development was recognized by Worldwide Who’s Who when she was approved for membership in 2012. She maintains professional affiliations with numerous associations, and supports charitable organizations, such as Relay For Life and Hearts of Reality. You may also recognize Carolyn from her recent appearance on the reality show Survivor, taking part in the most recent season of the show “Survivor Worlds Apart.”
Janice Burns Chief Learning Officer MasterCard
Over twenty-five years of experience in financial services, payments and technology focused on Product Management, Human Capital Strategy, Talent Development, Workforce Planning, Talent Acquisition, Diversity & Inclusion, Employee Relations and Organizational Development. Janice Robinson Burns has held several roles including Chief Learning Officer; Chief Diversity Officer, HR Business Partner, Product Manager and various other positions. Well known for aligning business strategies with human capital solutions, managing cultural change and transformation, establishing corporate diversity and inclusion function and programs as well as developing and implementing innovative learning solutions.
From January 2008 through August 2012, Ms. Burns served as Group Head of Human Resources for the Global Products and Solutions organization, where she was responsible for setting and executing the human capital strategy and delivering human resources support globally to over 3000 staff. From November 2007 to January 2010, she also served as chief diversity officer and was accountable for developing and implementing the company’s integrated global diversity and inclusion strategy. In this role, she was focused on enhancing corporate image, increasing employee productivity and engagement, developing the company’s talent pipeline, and ultimately driving shareholder value.
From July 2005 through November 2000, Ms. Burns served as Group Head, Human Resources for Global Product, where she led human capital efforts to build a culture of innovation and high performance within the newly-formed product organization. Previously, she served as senior vice president, Human Resources - Central Resources where her company-wide responsibilities included recruitment, relocation, and corporate employee relations. In addition, she was responsible for strategy development, business administration and finance and human resources supporting Internal Audit, Global Communications, Global Supply Chain, and Corporate Human Resources.
In 2003 and 2007, Ms. Burns was named Woman of the Year by Women Looking Ahead magazine. Additionally, she is a past recipient of the Harlem YMCA National Salute to Black Achievers in Industry Award.
Prior to joining MasterCard, Ms. Burns worked at Chemical Bank in New York as Assistant Vice President, Consumer Acquisitions Product Manager. In this position she was responsible for increasing the retail bank’s mass-market customer base through the development and delivery of acquisition, usage and retention programs.
Ms. Burns earned a Master’s degree in Public Administration from New York University and a Bachelor’s degree from Wesleyan University. In addition, she completed the University of Michigan’s Advanced Human Resources Executive Program.
Julia Suk SVP of North American Business Development Tata Interactive Systems
Julia Suk is the Senior Vice President of North American Business Development for Tata Interactive Systems. She has spent her 20 year career dedicated to solving the learning challenges of organizations across the globe. Julia is supported by a diverse network of over 600 learning professionals within Tata Interactive’ s employee base located across multiple centers around the globe.
Sushma Aggarwal VP and CLO Parkland Health & Hospital System
Dr. Aggarwal is a visionary and action oriented leader who is very passionate about developing a high-performance culture that demonstrates measurable outcome results. She has over 15 years experience in transforming and re-positioning talent development through an evolutionary learning culture. She has lead high impact strategies like 18 month Onboarding experiences for employees and leaders, Career Progressions, Leadership Development, Executive Coaching, Mentoring and high-potential talent pools to “grow our own pipeline” for Succession.
Dr. Aggarwal holds a Doctor of Organizational Development and a Master of Arts in Human and Organizational Systems from Fielding University, and a Master of Science in Organizational Development and Analysis from Case Western Reserve University. She completed her Bachelor of Arts in Human Resources at Notre Dame College in Cleveland, Ohio.
Currently, Dr. Aggarwal serves in a newly created Chief Learning Officer role at Parkland Health & Hospital System, where she leads the alignment of organizational training, talent development and education with Parkland’s mission, vision, values and strategy. Additionally, she is responsible for operationalizing strategic planning and implementing educational programs and processes for employees, leaders, physicians, students, volunteers and community.
Anna Kuehl VP of Key Accounts - NA Tata Interactive Systems
Anna Kuehl is the Vice President of Key Accounts - North America for Tata Interactive Systems, a global learning solutions provider. She has spent 15 years in the learning industry providing consulting, development and delivery services at both EDS and ACS prior to joining TIS in 2007. She specializes in ensuring excellence in delivery and customer satisfaction.
Kim Van Lue VP, Talent Management HD Supply
Kim Van Lue currently serves as VP, Talent Management at HD Supply where she leads the Enterprise Talent Management team, which includes Talent Acquisition, Enterprise Talent Programs, Organizational Development, and Learning. She has over 15 years of experience in Human Resources with expertise in strategic HR planning, learning and development, talent acquisition strategy and technology, executive support and coaching, and compensation and benefits programs.
Van Lue joined HD Supply in August 2007 as an HR Manager supporting the corporate functions, and quickly assumed additional responsibility for HR Compliance and HR Communications. In 2009, she was promoted to Director, Human Resources and assumed leadership of the corporate HR Business Partners as well as the Talent Acquisition team. In 2012, Van Lue took on the role of Senior Director, Human Resources with expanded responsibilities in the areas of Organizational Effectiveness and Learning. She assumed her current role as VP, Talent Management in 2014.
Prior to joining HD Supply, Van Lue held various HR roles within the financial services, manufacturing and technology industries. She graduated from the University of Evansville with a BS in Business Administration and has an MBA from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University.
Van Lue lives in Bloomington, IN with her husband and two sons. She volunteers locally with Habitat for Humanity and Indiana University Kelley School of Business.
HD Supply (NASDAQ: HDS) (www.hdsupply.com) is one of the largest industrial distributors in North America with over $9 billion in annual sales and 15,000 employees.
Ann Logan Senior Manager Vanguard’s Corporate University
Ann Logan is a senior manager in Vanguard’s corporate university, Vanguard University (VU), whose mission is to enable Vanguard crew to reach their highest personal potential.
For the last 15 years, Ann has worked with internal business partners to drive Vanguard’s business forward through learning and development solutions. She began her learning career as an instructional designer and throughout her 15 year learning career has played a variety of roles in the university. She currently leads a team of learning professionals who provide strategic learning and development consultation to divisional business clients at Vanguard. In addition, Ann serves on the Chief Learning Officer (CLO) Learning Elite Advisory Board.
Ann has her B.S. in Accounting from Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia and her Master’s in Education from Penn State University.
Outside of work, Ann spends time with her husband and three young daughters.
Jeff Carpenter CEO Caveo Learning
Jeff Carpenter is CEO of Caveo Learning and founded the company in 2004. He is a recognized leader in the learning and development space and has more than 20 years experience in instructional strategy, performance improvement and organizational development. Jeff has developed learning strategies and helped clients achieve performance objectives across a broad range of industries within the Fortune 1000.
Prior to founding Caveo Learning, Jeff was the VP of Client Services at Sivox Technologies where he co-designed the company’s flagship product. This product is a patented simulation-based learning solution that immerses users in a fully virtual environment and achieved unprecedented results for a computer-based training application (the post-training results were equivalent to 1-on-1 live coaching). Prior to Sivox, Jeff held several positions in learning and development, including several years with the performance improvement organization at AT&T.
In addition to his professional accomplishments, Jeff has taught Masters-level courses at Roosevelt University on adult learning theory and instructional systems design. He is also a distinguished speaker at international conferences in the learning industry.
Jeff has earned a Master of Arts in Training and Development from Roosevelt University and a Bachelor of Arts in Human Resources from the University of Nebraska.
Terry Shane President Refined Data Solutions
Terry Shane is the President of Refined Data Solutions based in Toronto, Ontario. He is an acknowledged innovator and leader in the eLearning technology field. The company delivers unique software solutions focused around Adobe Connect virtual classrooms and Moodle, the world's most popular LMS. Refined Data specializes in custom application development and integration solutions for Adobe Connect and extending and enhancing online learning experiences for trainers, faculty and students.
Terry has several Internet and eLearning patents and awards to his name, and he brings a unique combination of skills and perspectives to the eLearning space, especially related to Virtual Classroom delivery.
Prior to Refined Data, Terry was the President and Founder of Westminster International Computers Inc. a leading Canadian data processing facility and Direct Marketing production house which he ran for over 23 years. The company was acquired by a publicly traded US entity for its client base and intellectual property assets in 2001.
Terry holds an Honours Degree in Business Studies from the University of Manchester (U.K.) and is a former recipient of the Direct Marketer of the Year Award (Canada.)
Lori Goldberg Talent Management Consultant Cox Enterprises
Lori Goldberg is responsible for Talent Management at Cox Enterprises, one of the nation’s leading media companies and providers of automotive services. Lori has enterprise-wide responsibility for initiatives that align the multiple Divisions to the new Cox talent management strategy, maximizing the sharing of talent and implementing job rotation programs across the Cox companies.
Prior to joining Cox in 2012, Lori worked for nine years as a consultant at Boston Consulting Group and Personnel Decisions International. Her areas of expertise include talent management, strategic workforce planning, leadership development, assessment and selection systems, succession, and executive coaching.
Lori earned her Ph.D. and Master’s degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Penn State University, and her B.S in Psychology from the University of Florida.
David Reimer CEO Merryck & Co Americas
As CEO of leading business mentoring firm, Merryck & Co Americas, David Reimer has become a recognized expert in leadership development of the C-suite. With an operator’s knowledge of leadership, strategy, advising, and mentoring as well as executive development, he has helped high-impact leaders create maximum value for their organizations. Recently featured in the New York Times’ Corner Office column, Reimer’s clientele has included top business leaders in Fortune 250, FTSE 200, and ASX 40 organizations.
Prior to joining Merryck & Co, Reimer built his career leading companies of diverse sectors, from regional construction to global consulting, through various stages of growth and industry dominance. He most notably helped lead a three-year turnaround under private equity ownership of Drake Beam Morin’s (DBM) North American business through the heart of the financial crisis. These efforts doubled DBM’s revenues over a three-year period, and increased EBITDA 350% — outpacing competitors’ results and significantly improving the realized exit price. All while returning the company’s quality to number one.
In other leadership roles, Reimer consulted to the three largest financial services integrations of the crisis. He also spent time in Asia Pacific, directing a mix of wholly-owned, joint venture, and affiliate business units in 14 countries, including launching on-the-ground operations in China.
Sally Williamson President and Founder Sally Williamson & Associates
Sally Williamson is a leading resource for improving the impact of spoken communication and executive presence. For thirty years, she has been developing key messages and coaching executives to deliver them effectively.
Sally specializes in executive coaching and developing custom workshops for groups that focus on improving spoken communication skills, ranging from formal presentations to everyday communication, as well as selling situations. She coaches interpersonal communication skills, helping individuals improve their executive presence and overall impressions.
Sally is the president and founder of Sally Williamson & Associates, a communications consulting firm. In 2011, she published her first book, The Hidden Factor: Executive Presence. Last year, she released her second book, Leading Executive Conversations, which validates and resolves the disconnect that exists between managers and executives during high-level conversations.
Cameron Anderson Co-President e-roleplay
Cam has designed and delivered training programs for over 20 years in over 20 countries while combining his expertise in human behavior with the realities of today’s business environment. With the recent acquisition of e-roleplay Inc. he has turned his attention to the sustainability and retention of knowledge from training programs while tracking ROI of training dollars invested. Practicing on your clients or on your direct reports if you have leadership responsibilities is a poor success strategy. Practice with us!
Anderson has worked extensively across multiple industries. Clients include: TD Financial Group, AON, Bank of New York Mellon, Deutsche Bank, Royal Bank Financial Group, Xerox, Ericsson, British Telecom, AT&T, and many more. Anderson earned his B.A. (Hons.) in Politics, History and Economics from Queen’s University and his M.B.A. in Finance and Organizational Design from The Ivey School of Business. He also completed post graduate studies in Applied Behavior Analysis at Duke University.
He is a Certified Management Consultant (CMC) and a member of the Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD.D).
Geoffrey Ryan VP, HR Global Operations
Geoff Ryan works with The AES Corporation and recently moved from VP, People Strategy and Talent Management to VP, Human Resources for the Global Operations organization. In his capacity as VP, People Strategy and Talent Management, Geoff was responsible for the evolution of the talent management function at AES focusing on the development and implementation of a robust succession planning program that was based on the identification of the future competencies of the senior leadership team necessary to realize the organizations long-term strategy. In addition, Geoff lead the efforts to develop an integrated global executive leadership curriculum for AES that capitalized on all of AES’s talent management efforts to select and develop the company’s future executive leaders.
Prior to joining AES Geoff worked in numerous industries including telecommunications, high tech, financial services, healthcare and consulting. Geoff has twenty five years of international human resources experience having worked in Canada, the United States, Europe and Asia.
Mark Pagenkopf Director, Organization Development Ricoh USA, Inc.
Mark Pagenkopf is Director, Organization Development, Ricoh USA, Inc, responsible for driving leadership development, cultural assimilation, employee engagement, and implementation of organization development initiatives. He leads the leadership development sales training and learning technologies organizations, as well as the internal communications team across the U.S. Pagenkopf also serves as the leader of Ricoh’s national Employee Engagement Team.
Throughout his 23-year career with Ricoh, Pagenkopf has held several senior-level human resources positions combined with key roles in operations and management. He has expertise in leadership development, change management, employee engagement, organization development, training and executive coaching.
Pagenkopf holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from Baylor University, and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Texas, with a focus in Management and Marketing. He is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and Association for Talent Development (ATD), and has spoken at several industry events throughout his career.