Jill Larsen is a Human Resources visionary and change agent with more than 20 years of experience working in global, high-tech companies to establish or transform Human Resources functions. She is a thought leader focused on designing talent strategies that accelerate business outcomes. Jill holds a blended role at Cisco, overseeing a team of 400 employees, as both a Global HR Business Partner and leader of the Talent Acquisition COE.
Jill is reimagining Cisco’s approach to Talent Acquisition, driving a complete digital transformation of Cisco’s TA function, which fills 14,000 roles per year. This transformation focuses on candidate experience, talent brand, predictive analytics, next gen tools, and recruiter capability. Additionally, Jill is the Global HR Leader for Cisco’s Services organization, which includes 14,000 employees and $12B in revenues. Prior to joining Cisco, she worked at EMC, SunGard, and a number of technology startups in senior HR leadership roles.
Jill has a Bachelor’s degree in Communications and English from Boston College, and a Master’s Degree in HR Management from Emmanuel College. She also earned a PHR designation and a Certificate in HR Management from Bentley University. She is an active public speaker and writer and is a Board member of Montage, a private VC backed startup specializing in video and voice interviewing software. She lives in Massachusetts with her husband, twin sons, and three dogs.
Patricia Rossman Chief Diversity + Inclusion Officer & HR Communications, North America BASF Corporation
Patricia Rossman was appointed to her current position in August, 2010. As Chief Diversity + Inclusion Officer for BASF in North America, she is responsible for providing strategic leadership to help BASF Corporation achieve its goals of creating a more diverse and inclusive work environment, and being known internally and externally as a top company for Diversity + Inclusion. This includes leadership of the Diversity + Inclusion Council and company-wide diversity recruitment, retention and education. Under her leadership, BASF has been named by DiversityInc as one of the Top 50 Companies for Diversity, ranking #26 in 2014.
Pat is also responsible for providing strategic leadership of all aspects of Human Resources Communications.
She is a member of the BASF Global Diversity + Inclusion team, the BASF North American Leadership Team, Human Resources Council, Diversity + Inclusion Council, and the Corporate Communications Leadership Team. She also serves as a member of the Board of Trustees of the American Conference on Diversity and the Board of Directors of the Texas Alliance for Minorities in Engineering.
Patricia joined BASF through BASF’s acquisition of Ciba Corporation. She had served as Ciba’s Vice President, Corporate Communications & Public Affairs for the Americas Region. She also served as the Executive Director of the Ciba Foundation, a $6 million philanthropic foundation creating science education and workforce development partnerships in communities surrounding Ciba’s major site locations.
Pat has more than 20 years of Communications and HR experience working in the chemical, technology and service industries.
She and her husband Glenn have three sons.
Alan Wild VP HR, Employee Relations and Engagement IBM
Alan Wild is Vice President of Human Resources, Employee Relations and Engagement reporting to the Senior Vice President of Human Resources, Diane Gherson. He is responsible for IBM’s employee relations and employee engagement strategies and practices.
Alan joined IBM in January 2011. Prior to his current role, he his responsibilities for employee relations and engagement with the role of Vice President of Human Resources for IBM’s Global Technology Services business employing almost a half of IBMs global workforce.
Prior to joining IBM, Alan’s career involved three elements.
· As an HR executive in major international companies where he became the Employment Policy Director of Guinness’ worldwide operations. Prior to that Wild worked with GrandMet, ITT and Land Rover;
· As HR Director and member of the Director General’s senior executive team at the International Labour Organisation in Geneva, a part of the United Nations family; and
· As the Managing Partner of a consulting company providing strategic employee relations support to around 300 major international companies in addition to intergovernmental organizations including the United Nations, the International Red Cross, the European Union and the Global Fund.
Alan has worked, or undertaken significant human resource projects, in around 90 countries in East, West and Central Europe, North, Central and South America, Africa, the Middle East and throughout Asia. In his career to date he has been based in various locations in Europe, North America and Africa.
Alan is a specialist in international employee and labor relations, employee engagement and human resource strategy. He is author of a number of books in the area of employee relations and business advocacy and taught regularly at major universities in Europe, the United States and Japan. He has represented the business community internationally at the OECD, the ILO, the United Nations and the European Union.
Grace Mininberg VP, HR GM Financial
Grace Mininberg is VP of HR at GM Financial where she proactively collaborates and leads Human Capital solutions, for 2000+ team members, in a culture of high growth and rapid change.
She is lauded for her business knowledge, operations, strategic planning, and industry competitive landscape. Given her 18 years of progressive leadership roles, she aligns with executive leaders to assess the business, relative to organization and people. Recently, Grace led joint efforts to design and effectuate a high potential executive job rotation program between General Motors and GMF. Grace is currently focused on a three year People Vision, related to HR Foundational priorities and change management initiatives.
Prior to GM Financial, Grace held HR roles in a variety of industries, including but not limited to, high tech, hospitality, and IT. She holds a B.S. in HR Management from the University of Maryland. Outside of work, Grace’s passions include mentoring, fitness, cooking, and is an avid sports fan.
Todd Reeves is currently the VP of HR e-Commerce Platform & Finance for Expedia, Inc, a role he has held for the past 2 years. Here he holds responsibility for building teams, accelerating leaders and driving organizational performance across the organization. In his role, he is also very focused on HR Strategy Development and Organizational Transformation and Change initiatives.
Joy Johnson VP, HR Black & Veatch
Joy Johnson has extensive experience in finance, HR and operations. In her current role of Vice President and Director, Human Resources for Power/Oil & Gas at Black & Veatch, an employee-owned, global leader in building critical human infrastructure in Energy, Water, Telecommunications and Government Services, she is responsible for leading the HR functions related to talent acquisition; staffing; employee relations; salary and incentive management; performance management; organizational design and change management; talent development; leadership assimilation and succession planning; global assignments and immigration.
Joy was a key leader on Black & Veatch’s global culture change program management team and led and delivered the education component of this highly successful program. She led the operations and culture integration for five acquisitions. She led a design and implementation team that delivered an innovative, comprehensive compensation plan. She established sustainable operations for a successful startup division.
As an operations executive for 12 years, Joy led a variety of business functions such as general administration; human resources; workforce management; process development/improvement; policies and procedures; internal communications; IT; marketing; proposals and sales support.
In the first 12 years of her career Joy used her accounting degree/CPA to support various finance functions at three different companies.
Malesa Litteral SVP, HR Battelle
Malesa A. Litteral is the Senior Vice President of Human Resources at Battelle, the world’s largest independent research and development organization. Malesa also serves as the Senior ERISA attorney for Battelle and its employee benefit plans. She is accountable for the alignment of Battelle’s Human Resources strategy including integrated talent management and total rewards, organizational effectiveness, succession planning and the talent ecosystem.
Prior to joining Battelle in 1999, Malesa practiced employment and ERISA law with the Labor and Employee Benefits Law group at Baker & Hostetler, one of the nation’s oldest and largest law firms. Before Baker & Hostetler, she was with Coopers & Lybrand, one of the “Big 6” national accounting firms at the time, as a Senior Consultant in its Human Resources Consulting Group, having been promoted through accounting, auditing, consulting and project management positions at Coopers & Lybrand, and previously other national consulting firms.
Malesa holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Humanities and Classics from Ohio Wesleyan University, Phi Beta Kappa; Graduate Level Certificate from the Institute for Employee Benefits Training, Wharton and a Juris Doctorate from Capital University, Order of the Curia. She resides in Upper Arlington, Ohio with her husband and daughter.
Teri Hassell VP, HR Sysco Montana
At Sysco, the global leader in food distribution, Teri is the VP of HR for the Montana operating company. Teri joined Sysco Montana in 2014 after working 20+ years in the telecommunications field. Leading HR departments, she found a generalist role allowed her to maintain a business partner contribution by having specific, working knowledge of all HR aspects.
A frustration for Teri was seeing the professional life cycle of an employee hit a road block because the employee wasn’t properly trained for advancement. That frustration compounded when productivity was negatively impacted because the company hadn’t properly prepared for succession. Now a trainer for a Sysco-developed program called Leadership Essentials, Teri travels to teach leaders of people throughout Sysco how to enhance their current skills, how to continue their professional development, and how to responsibly lead others to success
Cathy Fraser CHRO Mayo Clinic
Cathy Fraser is the Chief Human Resources Officer for Mayo Clinic. She is responsible for the people strategies and services that ensure Mayo’s current and future workforce delivers patient-centric mission in alignment with the organization’s primary value – the needs of the patients come first. She leads innovative and transformative projects in the people area covering a broadly defined employee life cycle, with keen focus on employee safety and well-being, and workforce diversity.
Cathy joined Mayo Clinic in 2016. Previously, she led Human Resources at Tenet Healthcare, a large national healthcare services company. Earlier in her career, she served as a management consultant at McKinsey & Company, helping clients with organization and human capital opportunities primarily in the retail and consumer industries. She also worked in various finance roles at American Airlines and Sabre, and finance roles at General Motors.
Cathy’s passion is addressing difficult people challenges using data-driven analysis and innovative thinking. She is an expert at improving performance of large organizations that rely on people as their greatest asset, through an employee-centric approach with keen focus on cost and investment. She is particularly interested in the employee as a consumer – a person who makes the choice of where to work by considering a broadly defined value proposition, inclusive of financial, work, and social aspects of life.
Cathy earned her Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Washington and an MBA from the University of Michigan. She is involved in a number of professional organizations, primarily related to health topics and professional women’s advancement. She currently serves on board of trustees of the American Association of Cancer Research Foundation, and is a member of the Women’s Corporate Directors and Women’s Business Leaders. Previously, she was the Chairman of the Workforce Solutions of Greater Dallas, an Associate Board member of the Financial Partners Credit Union, and a Board Member of The Board Connection, a Dallas-based organization promoting the advancement of women on public company boards.
Cathy is married with a teenage daughter. She works in Rochester, Minnesota and maintains her primary residence in Dallas, Texas.
Suzanne Dowd Zeller CHRO Allianz Life Insurance Company of North America
As Chief HR Officer for Allianz Life Insurance Company of North America (Allianz Life®), Suzanne Dowd Zeller leads the Human Resources and Facilities departments. She is responsible for setting strategy for the HR and Facilities teams to improve business results and increase employee engagement. Zeller is a member of the global Allianz team that is transforming HR for 140,000 employees in 70 countries. Under her leadership, the Allianz Life campus maintains ENERGY STAR certification and earned a Yellow Ribbon Company designation.
During Zeller’s time with the company, Allianz Life has been recognized on the Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For; Training Magazine’s Training Top 125; Working Mother magazine’s 100 Best Companies; PEOPLE Companies that Care; and the Fortune 40 Best Companies in Financial Services. Allianz Life has also been chosen as a Best Place to Work for LGBT Equality and for millennials. Locally, Allianz Life has been named a Top Workplace by the Star Tribune anda Healthiest Employer in the Twin Cities by the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal.
Judith Edge Corporate VP, HR FedEx
Judith H. Edge is Corporate Vice President, Human Resources for FedEx Corporation, a global transportation and business services holding company. She is responsible for leading the Human Resources function for FedEx Corporation, which includes talent development, succession planning, executive compensation, benefits, workforce strategy, and HR operations.
FedEx has been widely acknowledged for its commitment to total quality service and has consistently been ranked on Fortune magazine’s industry lists, including “World’s Most Admired Companies” and “America’s Most Admired Companies.”
Mrs. Edge is an adjunct member of the FedEx Strategic Management Committee, which is responsible for developing and reviewing the corporation’s strategic business activities. She joined the company as a Customer Service Representative, and has held a variety of Human Resources positions throughout her FedEx career.
Mrs. Edge earned a bachelor of arts from University of Memphis and a master’s degree in business administration from Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, Scotland. She is a member of the HR Policy Association, The Conference Board’s Council on Executive Compensation and Global HR Council, and serves on the Board of Directors for Youth Villages and Shelby County Healthcare Corporation.
EJ Meier VP, HR Gates
EJ currently serves as the Vice President of Human Resources for Gates Corporation. Gates Corporation is the world’s leading manufacturer of power transmission belts and a premier global manufacturer of fluid power products.
In this capacity, EJ leads Human Resources activities for approximately 7,000 Gates Associates at more than two dozen sites across the Americas. In addition to his Operational Human Resource responsibilities, EJ also leads the following Global functions: Talent Acquisition, Human Resources Shared Services and Human Resources Business Process Improvement.
Prior to joining Gates in August 2016, EJ held HR roles with Avaya, Seagate Corporation, StorageTek, Mead Johnson Nutritionals and Whirlpool Corporation.
EJ received his BSc in Management from the University of Southern Indiana and his MBA from the University of Findlay.
Chris Bjorling President Fidello Training Technologies
Chris founded Fidello in 1987 and he brings over 28 years of experience in consulting and solutions development in the area of performance improvement and human resource development. A strength of Chris' is his ability to identify and address the unique needs of each individual client and help them design and deliver human resource solutions that give them a competitive advantage in their marketplace. He has helped his clients create or modify systems designed to attract, develop, reward, and retain individuals who can meet the organizations high standards of strategic performance while enhancing their culture.
He designed and initially developed Fidello's HR Web™ product line. HR Web is Fidello's internet based software system used by customers worldwide. This system is modular in its design with modules supporting; competency assessment, managerial review, gap analysis, learning resource identification, developmental planning, ascension and succession planning, performance management, organizational assessment and reporting, 360 degree assessments, learning management, and much more.
Over the years Chris brought his experience to help enable his clients to succeed. A partial list of his clients is: Xerox, Avon, EDS, the United Nations, United States Army, United States Air Force, United States Marines, United States Navy, Department of Veteran Affairs, 3M, Home Box Office, Aveda, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Harley-Davidson, Johnson & Johnson, University of Calgary, Amgen and many more.
Chris is a graduate of Brigham Young University. He resides in Upstate New York with his wife Heidi and their seven children. Chris is active in his community participating in a variety of community based organizations.
Jack Morehouse President & CBDO Perceptyx, Inc.
Jack is the co-founder and driving force behind one of the fastest growing employee engagement survey companies in the market. 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. Perceptyx has now touched millions of employees in almost every industry in over 80 countries with astounding results. Using the speed and reach of the most powerful survey platform available, companies large and small continue to switch to Perceptyx for positive organizational alignment, and the resulting transformational gains for employees and their organization.
Shirley Engelmeier CEO InclusionINC
For nearly two decades, Shirley has advised Fortune 500 companies on creating inclusive, high performance leaders and enterprises. Prior to founding InclusionINC, Shirley held senior management positions in global consumer product organizations Brown & Williamson and Frito-Lay. She is one of the leading pioneers around workplace initiatives that improve business results through employee engagement and inclusion.
In Engelmeier’s latest book, Becoming an Inclusive Leader, she addresses the new leadership skills, experience and tools necessary to succeed in an increasingly diverse and participative workforce that will generate positive business results globally.
Since founding InclusionINC, she has introduced significant corporate training, leadership development, strategic business constructs (such as the Key Employee Demographics Required For Growth™ (KEDRG), customized web-based assessments, strategic and customized metrics and solutions for Learning Over Time®.
She is a frequent speaker at national HR, leadership, workplace and business strategy conferences in the US and abroad.
A highly regarded business strategist, Shirley has consulted with C-Suite executives globally on workplace Initiatives across a broad range of industries that include Cargill, PetSmart, Hershey’s, ESPN, Denny's/Advantica, 3M, Caterpillar, U.S. Bank, JM Smucker and others.
Shirley earned her B.S. degree from the University of Minnesota and resides with her family in Minneapolis.
Michael Levy CEO and Co-Founder Online Rewards
Michael Levy (CEO and Co-Founder of Online Rewards) has helped create Reward and Recognition Programs for over 400 US and Global organizations. His unique approach of leveraging a combination of monetary and non-monetary recognition activities have helped clients create authentic Cultures and valued Engagement programs that align Cultures with business objectives.
Juan Luis Betancourt CEO Humantelli gence
Juan Luis Betancourt is the CEO of Humantelligence, the world’s leading A.I. software for recruiting. For a decade, he was a Partner at Korn/Ferry International and Heidrick & Struggles, and CEO/Founder of his own successful executive recruiting firm, Gonza Executive Search. Previously, he had a global career as a general manager in the USA, France, Germany, Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, and Dubai. He also worked at Siebel Systems (now Oracle CRM) and at Procter & Gamble. While at Puma AG, as CMO & Chief Strategy Officer, he was responsible for re-launching the Puma sports brand globally in the late 90s, one of the most successful consumer brand turnarounds in the past 20 years. While in retail, Juan was CEO of the US division of Décathlon, the world's largest sports retailer and second-largest sporting goods manufacturer, as well as being a member of the executive operating committee, directly overseeing global initiatives that impacted retail operations, product ranges, IT, human resources, merchandising, expansion, real estate, logistics and the supply chain for the $25 billion, 100,000+ employee global retail group. Juan Luis also worked in business development alliances for Siebel Systems (now Oracle CRM), as they grew from $20M to $2.8B in revenue and from 200 to 13,000 employees in just 2.5 years.
Juan Luis Betancourt received an MBA from The Wharton School and an MA in International Management from The Lauder Institute, both from The University of Pennsylvania. He also received a bachelor's degree in economics from Harvard University.
Michael Bungay Founder & Senior Partner Box of Crayons
Stanier Michael Bungay Stanier is the founder and Senior Partner of Box of Crayons, a company best known for teaching 10-minute coaching so that busy managers can build stronger teams and get better results. On the way to founding Box of Crayons in 2002, Michael lived in Australia, England, the United States and Canada, his current home.
He has written a number of books. His latest, the Wall Street Journal bestseller The Coaching Habit, has sold nearly a quarter of a million copies. It has been praised as one of the few business books that actually makes people laugh out loud. He’s proudest of a book called End Malaria, a collection of essays on how to have more impact in the world that raised $400,000 for the fight against malaria.
He was the first Canadian Coach of the Year, is a Rhodes Scholar, and was recently recognized as the #3 Global Guru in coaching. Balancing out these moments of success, Michael was banned from his high school graduation for “the balloon incident,” was sued by one of his law school lecturers for defamation, and his first published piece of writing was a Mills & Boone short story called “The Male Delivery.”
If I had to pick a person to have dinner with, when I need to be prodded and challenged and inspired to think about the things I really am committed to think about for myself and what I’m doing, I’d pick Michael Bungay Stanier. He has an ability to shake our tree and make us more conscious and responsible about what we know but aren’t willing to admit we know yet.
—David Allen, author of Getting Things Done
Stuart Robertson VP, Head of HR, Global Corporate Groups Coach Inc.
Stuart Robertson is an experienced HR executive, having lived and worked on three continents with teams in up to 70 countries. Stuart works closely with C-suite leaders and executive teams as a trusted advisor and has experience leading large direct teams in multiple countries. He is also a critical and creative thinker, strong relationship builder and always challenges the status quo.
Stuart is currently the VP Head of HR Global Corporate Groups at Coach Inc. where he has been for the last 5 years. Prior to Coach, Stuart has held both Talent/Org Capability and HR Leadership roles with Pfizer.
Corecia Davis VP, HR Century 21
Corecia Davis graduated from UCLA in 1993 with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. She made her first faculty presentation at the Western Political Science Association Convention at the age of 23 and her research and photographs received special acknowledgement and were published in a text book that same year. Following a year of working in Political Consultation, Ms. Davis went on to attend and graduate from Pepperdine University School of Law in 1997 where she focused on labor and employment, gender and the law and union organization. After graduating from law school, she enjoyed many years as a Professor of Paralegal Studies working with students from the legal and management disciplines, also serving as the Director of Admissions for both programs as well as the academic advisor. Ms. Davis left a successful career in academia to practice law in 2001. As her small business clients began to face human resources challenges, Ms. Davis was able to develop her HR acumen and segue from her practice into writing and consulting with a focus on employment related issues. In her career, Ms. Davis has conducted investigations including anti-bullying, pregnancy, wage discrimination and hostile work environment. Ms. Davis is currently the Vice President of Human Resources for Century 21 where she serves as a member of the Executive and Leadership Team. A sample of her responsibilities include spearheading the company Wellness program and Breast Cancer Awareness initiatives, Corporate/staff recruitment and retention efforts, reviewing Bureau of Real Estate matters and creation of all policy and procedure and best practices, all with a focus on compliance.
Paula Malone Executive VP, HR/ T&D Allied Universal
Reporting to the CEO, Paula leads the HR and Training & Development organizations for the 150,000+ employee operation, supporting 200 branches throughout the US, Canada, Puerto Rico and the USVI across 3 business units generating over $5B in revenue. Paula provides strategic HR leadership in the areas of policy development/implementation/training, employee and labor relations, ERISA/Health & Welfare strategic benefit management; and strategic operational involvement. Organizational growth has been achieved through both organic business development (market and geographic expansion) and 60+ strategic acquisitions in the past 7 years. Paula is actively involved in the M&A process including due diligence, transition strategy development, and developing successful on-boarding strategies to effectively integrate new businesses into the AUculture. Her primary focus is working with senior leadership to identify practical, sound solutions to meet operational objectives while ensuring legal compliance in a challenging service industry.
Peter Louch Founder and CEO Vemo, Inc.
Peter Louch is the founder and CEO of Vemo, a leading supplier of cloud-based workforce planning and predictive analytics software and services.
Mr. Louch has over fifteen years of experience in the workforce planning and analytics space and has served as a subject matter expert for many of the world’s largest and most interesting organizations. Mr. Louch also serves as a guest lecturer on predictive analytics and workforce planning theory at Wharton and Claremont Graduate University.
As founder of Vemo, Mr. Louch works with customer executive teams and ensures Vemo’s road map is geared to provide ideal solutions to the highest impact customer problems. Mr. Louch also works with select global customers and industry leaders to provide consulting/advisory services and build requirements for complex engagements.
Prior to founding Vemo, Mr. Louch led the Talent Value Management practice area of Right Management Consultants and The Empower Group, divisions of Manpower. In this role, Mr. Louch led major engagements with technology, professional services, pharmaceutical and public sector organizations and developed the Talent Value Management methodology to apply supply chain concepts to human resource planning and management. Prior to Right/Empower, Mr. Louch held successive sales and leadership positions with the Advertising & Communications division of TMP Worldwide. Prior to TMP, Mr. Louch held roles within both technology and consumer products startups.
Mr. Louch graduated with high honors from University of California at Berkeley with a degree in Astrophysics.
Caroline Wanga is responsible for facilitating Target's intent to champion an inclusive society via consulting on inclusive guest experiences, facilitating the evolution of an inclusive work environment, supporting the diversity of the workforce and Target's role in external partnerships and communities.
Caroline began her career at Target in 2005, as an intern in its Distribution group, subsequently serving in a variety of roles in their distribution centers including supporting the design, development, implementation and evaluation of operational systems and training for a series of Target’s perishable food distribution centers. In 2009, she moved into Human Resources and served as a HR generalist in a variety of individual contributor and leadership roles supporting Property Development, Business Intelligence & Analytics, and Target.com & Mobile and Enterprise Strategy. In 2015, Caroline was promoted into her current role as Vice President of Diversity & Inclusion.
Prior to Target, Caroline served in Youth Development positions as a non-profit professional in a variety of organizations, including the YMCA, Camp Fire Boys and Girls, Lutheran Social Services, Turning Point Inc. and The Boys and Girls Club.
Caroline has one daughter, who is currently studying Integrated Digital Media with a concentration on Interaction Design & Engineering Ethics, at New York University (NYU.) She is also the proud aunt of three nephews and niece; Aiden, Evan, Xavier, and Ayo. Caroline is a Kenyan citizen and currently resides in Minneapolis, Minnesota with her long-time significant other, Rasheen.
Yves Lermusi CEO & Founder Checkster
Yves Lermusi (aka Lermusiaux) is CEO & founder of Checkster. Checkster is a Career and Talent Checkup tool. Mr. Lermusi founded Checkster after 7 years at Taleo (TLEO) as President of Taleo Research. Prior to Taleo, Mr. Lermusi founded iLogos (acquired by Taleo) and held several positions in research and consulting organizations in Europe. Mr. Lermusi is a well known public speaker and a Career and Talent industry commentator. He is often quoted in the leading business media worldwide, including Fortune, The Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Business Week, and Time Magazine. His articles and commentary are published regularly in online publications and business magazines. Mr. Lermusi was named one of the “100 Most Influential People in the Recruiting Industry” and his blog has been recognized as the best third party blog. Mr. Lermusi earned a degree in Physics and Philosophy, and has a diploma in Economics from the University of Brussels and from the University of London.
Jennifer Rozon VP McLean & Company
Jennifer Rozon is the Vice President of McLean & Company. She manages the overall vision and strategy for research, product development, business development, and customer experience. She is passionate about elevating HR departments and translating innovative ideas into execution through inspired team members. Jennifer is an analytical leader who drives bottom-line results while staying people focused and embraces change as an opportunity to drive breakthrough performance. She is a firm believer that creating an exceptional employee experience will in turn create a better member experience.
Since joining the organization in 2006, Jennifer has held positions in research, business development, corporate strategy, and product development. Jennifer pioneered some of the first blueprints and diagnostic products, including the development of the Employee Engagement Program.
Prior to joining McLean & Company, Jennifer held roles at Human Resources and Skills Development Canada, BlackBerry, and Wal-Mart. Jennifer received her Honors Business Administration from the Ivey Business School at Western University.