Executive Speakers and Panelists
Assistant Vice President, Human Resources
MassMutual Financial Group
Armstrong has held several senior positions in the HR organizations of Fortune 500 companies. At MassMutual, Armstrong is responsible for implementing the organization's new career strategy, which impacts more than five thousand employees. She is also responsible for the organization's performance management, employee recognition and talent review/succession planning programs. Her previous experience includes HR planning and analysis and senior HR business partner roles. Armstrong holds a master's degree in industrial/organizational psychology from the University of New Haven.
Director of Rockwell Collins University
Augustine joined Rockwell Collins, Inc. in 2011. Previously, she was a senior director with Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. in Bentonville, Arkansas. Augustine and her team led learning and development for the West Business Unit, which included the Wal-Mart stores in 23 states. Prior to Wal-Mart, Augustine was senior director of worldwide design for McDonald's Corporation, where she gained several years of experience leading a global team. Earlier, Augustine worked for The Boeing Company, where she held a variety of human resources positions including director of employee training, learning and development for Boeing Commercial Airplanes. Augustine also worked in public education for 14 years teaching at a secondary level.
Jessica L. Baker
Vice President, Global Head of Recruitment
BNY Mellon Investment Management
Baker leads a global team in delivering talent acquisition strategies and services to BNY Mellon Investment Management, one of the world's leading investment management firms and a top U.S. wealth manager with more than $1.3 trillion in assets under management. She is also a member of the BNY Mellon's human resources operating committee.
Before joining BNY Mellon in 2008 as a human resources business partner for Asset Management, Baker worked for several years as a senior HR business partner within financial services and as HR director supporting a technology organization. Earlier in her career she worked in finance and accounting. Baker earned her MBA in human resource management from the University of Phoenix.
Vice President of Profitable Creativity
Billings, a 14-year veteran of Electronic Arts (EA), energizes executives, managers, and the next generation of EA leaders to create their futures and transform how they do business. Billings helps drive innovation in product decisions and consults on large scale change in EA's business models and organization. A co-founder of EA University, Billings guides leadership development for high potentials and oversees programs to enhance the business and digital literacy of EA's workforce.
Billings is a member of the President's Innovation Advisory Board of Humana and a board member of the Rod McLellan Company, a family-held gardening products company whose customers include Wal-Mart, Home Depot, and Lowe's. For the past 11 years, he has also served as post-chair and board member of the California Strategic Human Resources Partnership, bringing together senior HR leaders in Silicon Valley.
Chief Human Resources Officer
Extra Space Storage
For 12 years at Extra Space, Boucher has overseen the company's total HR needs through periods of extended growth (from 38 properties and 125 employees to nearly 900 properties and 2,600 employees), several major acquisitions, and a public offering. Previously, he was a human resources director for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Earlier in his career, Boucher worked in hotel and restaurant management.
Boucher is currently completing his Master's Degree in human resources at the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business at Utah State University. He is on the board of directors for two non-profit entities and has worked for the last three decades as a volunteer youth leader in his community.
Manager, Global Executive Talent Acquisition
Branca is responsible for managing Amway's global talent search practice for the assessment, selection and onboarding of new leadership talent. Since 2011, he has completed more than 28 global leadership positions in China, Asia Pac, Europe, Latin America and the U.S. Branca joined Amway in 2009 as manager of domestic talent acquisition and staffing.
Branca has more than 20 years of talent acquisition experience, including roles at PeopleSoft, where he managed recruitment for the company's North American sales offices; TMP.worldwide Executive Search, where he served as director of recruiting solutions and led the company in search revenues and completions; and Raymond Karson Associates, now known as Kenexa, where he managed a retained mid-level national search practice. Branca also has developed and led talent acquisition functions for Countrywide Financial and Coach, Inc.
Workforce Analytics Manager
Buchmiller manages workforce analytics for Alliance Data's three businesses, Retail Services, Epsilon, and LoyaltyOne. Alliance Data offers a broad range of branded credit solutions, interactive and direct marketing services, and loyalty programs. Buchmiller's job focuses on enabling business leaders to make informed decisions by linking current business questions to internal and external information. Previously, Buchmiller spent 18 years at EDS in many different roles including workforce intelligence and the integration of EDS into HP and its workforce planning team. He earned a B.S. in applied mathematics from Yale and an executive MBA from SMU's Cox School of Business.
Vice President of Talent Acquisition
BMO Financial Group
Burman is responsible for leading BMO's recruitment function which includes the sourcing, attraction and onboarding of over 10,000 hires on average every year. She and her North American leadership team have overall accountability for the recruitment experience, technology, vendor management, operations, the internal search and recruitment function, and campus, diversity and recruitment marketing.
Prior to joining BMO, Burman worked for organizations including RBC, Ernst and Young, and GE Canada in the areas of strategy, transformation, change, and human resources. She also founded and co-managed an online community marketing business and worked as a career counselor for individuals in transition - particularly new immigrants to Canada. Burman holds a Master's Degree in industrial relations from the University of Toronto, where she is also on the faculty of graduate studies.
Dr. Paula Caligiuri
Caligiuri is a work psychologist dedicated to helping companies, business teams, and executives become effective in today's complex global environment. She is the author of several books including, Cultural Agility: Building a Pipeline of Successful Global Professionals (2012). Caligiuri works deeply with leading organizations on topics related to the selection and development of culturally agile professionals. Across a wide range of industries, her clients include private sector, military, and non-profit organizations in the United States, Asia, Australia, and Europe. Caligiuri is a research fellow with the E&Y Institute for Emerging Market Studies and a frequent guest on CNN. As professor of human resource management at Rutgers University, she was the director of the Center for HR Strategy from 2001 through 2010. As a researcher, Caligiuri is a prolific author on topics related to international business. She holds a Ph.D. from Penn State University in organizational psychology.
Director of Organization Effectiveness and Diagnostics
Christian is responsible for leading a team of internal and external organization effectiveness and design consultants as well as the program management team that coordinates design, planning and execution across staff and client teams. He previously served as assistant vice president and chief of staff for the chief administrative officer of Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company, where he led the company's HR transformation program and the project management office for Nationwide Better Health. Also within the Nationwide family of companies, Christian served as the director of strategic operations and project integration leader at Scottsdale Insurance Company, where he led the business project management, data administration, and project prioritization and resource management functions. He started at Scottsdale as a performance improvement consultant, working with leaders to align organizational and individual efforts to achieve objectives.
Previously, Christian was a general manager and paramedic for Rural/Metro Corporation, a flight paramedic for Mercy Flight Western New York, and an infantry sergeant in the U.S. Marine Corps reserve. He holds an MBA from Arizona State University.
Group Vice President and Chief Learning Officer
Time Warner Cable
Patricia Crull is responsible for enterprise-wide learning, organization effectiveness, and inclusion at Time Warner Cable. She is a licensed psychologist with a Ph.D. from Northwestern University.
Previously, Crull was vice president and chief learning officer for Toys "R" Us; vice president of the Baxter Institute for Training and Development; vice president and officer in charge of worldwide training, learning and development for McDonald's Corporation; and an associate partner responsible for management development, executive development, and training methodology with Arthur Andersen/Andersen Consulting (now Accenture).
Crull currently serves as chair of the board of directors for Leadership Charlotte, as chair elect of Hospice and Palliative Care for the Charlotte region, and on the board of the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE). Crull is a past chair of the board of directors of the American Society for Training & Development (ASTD). In 2012, she was named CLO of the Year by CLO Media and was named to CableFax Magazine's list of Most Powerful Women in Cable.
Global Director, Business Development
Cisco Systems, Inc.
Day has over 25 years of professional management experience that includes international technology sales, operations, strategy and business development. As the director of Cisco's Sales Associates Graduate Program (CSAP), Day runs a global program for hiring and developing recent college graduates for placement in field sales positions around the world. The program provides technical and sales training using collaborative technology, continuous skills assessments and on-the-job experience with internal business partners.
In 2011-2012, CSAP received three prestigious industry awards recognizing the program's excellence in talent development, training and global operations. In August 2012, Day launched Cisco's Partner Sales Academy, which uses the same talent development model as CSAP and develops early-in-career talent for Cisco System's channel partners.
J. Keith Dunbar
Vice President, Talent and Development
Dunbar has more than 10 years of experience in learning and talent management within the U.S. Intelligence Community and private sector. His responsibilities within the National Security Sector at SAIC include enterprise and sector talent management, business/talent strategy alignment, talent governance and building strategic capabilities that can drive business growth.
Dunbar is a doctoral candidate at the University of Pennsylvania's PennCLO program. His dissertation studies the relationship between organizational leadership capabilities as a predictor of effective mergers and acquisitions in order to transform the human resources due diligence process.
Executive Vice President and Chief of Staff
Emerson joined Ryan, a global corporate tax advisory firm headquartered in Dallas, Texas, in 2004. In addition to her duties as chief of staff, she leads corporate excellence and culture initiatives. In 2010, Emerson was the inaugural recipient of Ryan's Chairman's Award, recognized by her CEO for being the chief architect of the company's award-winning workplace flexibility program, myRyan. The program has been cited as a critical driver for the 100+ workplace excellence awards Ryan has received in recent years. Emerson previously served as chief human resources officer, during which time she developed Ryan's human resources, organizational development, and training infrastructure.
Vice President, Human Resources, Workforce Analytics
Ferrar has more than 18 years of experience in human resources. In his current role, Ferrar has worldwide human resources responsibility for workforce analytics and external insight as well as strategy, transformation and planning. Since he joined IBM in 2000, Ferrar has held senior roles in recruitment, outsourcing and as an HR partner leading departments across 20 countries in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
Ferrar is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development in the U.K. He holds a Master of Arts degree in natural sciences from Cambridge University, U.K.
Chief People Officer, Americas
Hellmann Worldwide Logistics, Inc.
Since 2006, Finneran has led strategic human resources for the Americas region for Hellmann Worldwide Logistics, which provides services including air, ocean and domestic freight forwarding, customs brokerage and contract logistics. Previously, Finneran was founder, president and CEO of ICM (Intellectual Capital Management), an international consulting firm specializing in human resources and organizational consulting. He has held critical roles and led teams in the U.S., Germany and Poland in both the public and private sectors.
Senior Director, Human Resources
Gagliano joined Pfizer in September 2003. During his early years with Pfizer, Gagliano was the HR partner for several sales divisions in the US. Later he moved to Madrid, Spain in order to help establish Pfizer's key growth market region in the capacity of regional strategic planning director. From there, Gagliano took the role of HR Lead for Pfizer's global finance organization. In his current role, Gagliano is part of the executive team for Pfizer's global supply emerging markets and specialty and bios operating units.
Prior to joining Pfizer, Gagliano was the director of employee relations for RCN Corporation, a residential and small business telecommunications company. He also worked for Ernst & Young, LLC and USLIFE Corporation, a group and individual life and healthcare company. He holds an MBA from Monmouth University.
President and Founder
Dr. Handler has more than 15 years of experience in the development and validation of employee selection systems. He specializes in developing effective, legally defensible employee selection systems and in helping clients develop new models for employee selection. Dr. Handler has been deeply involved in the online testing industry since its inception and has dedicated his career to innovation within the testing industry. He has worked in a wide variety of roles including a psychometrician and test developer, internal consultant, external consultant, and product developer. Dr. Handler also is the president and founder of Rocket-Hire. Through his company he consults with companies of all sizes to help them develop effective and legally sound selection practices.
Dr. Handler has a master's degree and Ph.D. in industrial psychology from Louisiana State University. He is a regular columnist for the Electronic Recruiting Exchange (www.ere.net) and is a frequent speaker at conferences worldwide.
Director of HR Analytics and Technology
Harmer has been with Intermountain Healthcare for 14 years. Today, he is responsible for the human resources organization's data sciences function. Harmer brings deep experience in human capital analytics, data warehousing, and workforce planning, as well as human capital management technologies including HRMS and integrated talent management. He holds a master's degree in public administration from Brigham Young University.
Assistant Vice President, Organizational Effectiveness and Talent Management
Homer's role encompasses organizational effectiveness consulting, education, leadership development, succession planning, human resources communications and recruitment. Prior to joining Intermountain Healthcare, Homer worked in a variety of industries including mortgage banking, warehouse distribution, and telecommunications. She holds an MBA from State University of New York at Buffalo.
Richard J. Hughes
Senior Vice President
Hughes has enterprise accountability for global compensation, talent acquisition, development and mobility, including: global recruitment; executive, leadership and employee assessment and development; change management; learning systems and development; employee performance management; talent management and succession planning; employee survey design, implementation and analysis; and global compensation policy and administration. He joined UnitedHealth Group in 2003 serving as vice president of human capital within the company's Optum division.
Director, Analytics and Reporting, Global Human Resources
Jain recently joined eBay from Ameriprise Financial, where he was the vice president of workforce planning and strategy. His responsibilities included strategic human capital planning, workforce measurement and analytics, predictive modeling, data management and HR reporting. Prior to the spin-off of Ameriprise Financial from American Express in 2005, Jain worked in American Express' Global Reengineering/Six Sigma group, where he led several strategic transformation and program management initiatives. Previously, Jain worked in business development for the Commercial Equipment Finance, Corporate Banking and Credit Risk Management organizations of GE Capital and Industrial Finance Corporation of India. Jain is an electrical engineer with a master's degree in business administration.
Director of Executive Development
Kelley is responsible for the design and development of learning strategies that build executive capabilities, targeted to provide executives with personal insights and equip them with tools and frameworks to achieve strategic imperatives. She is an HR professional with more than 20 years of experience in talent management and learning. Kelley has worked in a variety of industries including banking, insurance and healthcare, partnering with executives to identify and develop talent leaders. She has led the design, development and implementation of global leadership programs for building organizational capabilities and leader bench strength. Kelley has a breadth and depth of experiences employing learning methodologies such as experiential learning, action learning, leaders teaching leaders and assessment inventories.
Global HR Reporting and Analytics Lead
Keyte leads global HR reporting and analytics, information delivery strategy and governance for Pfizer, the world's leading biopharmaceutical company working to support and expand access to reliable, affordable health care around the world. In her current role she leads a global team responsible for automated workforce reporting and analytics solution strategies and delivery of custom reporting and analytics solutions, workforce planning, and predictive modeling for various audiences needing workforce information to drive global business initiatives. Keyte has more than 20 years of experience in human resources, with specialization in reporting and analytics, total rewards, training and mergers and acquisitions. She holds a master's degree in instructional systems from Penn State University and has designations as a certified compensation professional and global remuneration professional from WorldatWork, as well as the certified strategic workforce planner accreditation from Human Capital Institute.
Director, HR Services
Dr. Marchioro has been with Ameren Services Company, a subsidiary of a large Midwestern investor-owned utility, for 14 years. Today he is responsible for directing an HR business partner team that supports 4,000 employees. Dr. Marchioro drives leadership development and succession planning activities and assessments, performance management, strategic planning, employee engagement, and advises on sensitive employee relations matters. He holds a Ph.D. in industrial/organizational psychology from University of Akron.
Chief Learning Officer
Martin is responsible for creating and enacting a learning strategy that supports the aggressive growth goals of the business and that unlocks the potential of Mars Incorporated's 72,000 associates around the globe. In his previous role as global leadership development director, André was responsible for driving cutting-edge development for the top 500 leaders within Mars Incorporated.
Prior to joining Mars, André was a senior faculty member with the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL). His work at CCL garnered national media attention, numerous speaking engagements, and landed him in Leadership Excellence Magazine's "Top 100 Minds in Leadership" for three consecutive years.
Director, Human Resources - Corporate Groups & Global Staffing
Tiffany & Co.
Masciandaro has 14 years of experience in human resources. In her current role, she has human resources responsibility for the global staffing function for Tiffany & Co. as well as human resources generalist support for several corporate departments. Since joining Tiffany in 2001, Masciandaro has had steadily increasing HR responsibilities including the creation of Tiffany's emerging markets region based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates and the establishment of global staffing as a strategic talent acquisition function. Masciandaro holds a Master of Science degree in Human Resources Management from The New School.
Chief Learning Officer
New York Life Insurance Company
Molinaro joined New York Life in 2009. Prior to that, Molinaro spent 12 years in London where he was head of learning for UBS Investment Bank from 2005 - 2009 and for Deutsche Bank from 1998-2005. Previously, Molinaro was North American head of learning and development for Reuters. He has also held senior learning and organizational development roles at Citibank-Smith Barney, Shearson Lehman Brothers, and Drexel Burnham Lambert.
Molinaro has acted as an independent consultant and coach to Fortune 100 companies in the U.S. and Europe. He is the editor of the widely-used book, How to Design Self-Directed and Distance Learning. Molinaro also has written and contributed to several papers on the topics of executive coaching, leadership development, and the practice of organizational change.
Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer
Neider is responsible for managing six game labels and four operating teams at Electronic Arts (EA) made up of nearly 6,000 artists, engineers and other staff at over 20 locations around the world. In this role, Neider is focused on a range of operational initiatives including software development and process changes designed to improve game quality, ship date predictability, innovation and profitability. He brings more than 20 years of experience within EA, having served in a variety of roles including managing the company's global business development efforts, partners and corporate finance.
He is a member of the advisory board for the Leavey School of Business at Santa Clara University, was a founding board member of Santa Clara University's Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, and is currently president of the Santa Clara University Alumni Association. Mr. Neider is also an advisory board member for the College of Business and Economics California State University, East Bay. In addition, he serves on the boards of two technology start-ups and a venture capital fund in the Silicon Valley.
Carmen M. Neudorff
Vice President, Human Capital Analytics
Neudorff is responsible for workforce planning, research, analytics and performance management. Her job is to provide the necessary insights to enable improved decision-making for the "people" side of the business and determine the impact of those decisions on business results. Neudorff has been with Lowe's Companies for the past 11 years. Prior to joining Lowe's, Neudorff worked for Payless ShoeSource Inc. for 13 years. She has more than 23 years of experience working in the corporate retail environment in various areas including supply chain and IT, with the last 18 years in human resources.
Chief Talent Officer
Patton oversees talent management functions for Edelman. She is a member of Edelman's operations committee and leads its talent subcommittee. Prior to being named CTO in September 2011, Patton founded The Headline Group in 1982 and grew it to the Southeast's top-ranking independent PR firm. In the fall of 2002, The Headline Group was acquired by Edelman and integrated into the Atlanta office. Patton was named president of the region and under her guidance, the firm rose from #14 to #1 on the Atlanta Business Chronicle's Top 50 PR Firms.
Patton was named by Atlanta Magazine as one of the city's "Women Making a Mark," and was an Atlanta Chamber of Commerce "Small Business Person of the Year" finalist. As the American Cancer Society's Atlanta City Unit president, Patton helped to devise and implement the organization's fund-raising efforts. She also led the public relations/advertising unit of the United Way's Fundraising Campaign, is an alumna of Leadership Atlanta and served on the Northside Hospital Foundation Board. Patton is currently a board member and communication chairman for The Piedmont Park Conservancy, National Public Radio/TV (WABE/WPBA) and the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia.
Executive Director, Enterprise Learning
Phelan has primary responsibility for leadership capability and development for Merck worldwide and works with divisional areas and regions to foster the development of Merck's future leaders. He has more than 25 years of experience in the fields of adult learning, leadership development and the integration and use of technology to meet learning needs. Phelan's experience at Merck has spanned over four divisions/areas of the company. Much of this experience has involved the design and implementation of learning solutions to meet cross-divisional needs and worldwide implementation. He has also been responsible for the development of several leading-edge, blended learning programs that have received national recognition including Managing@Merck, the most comprehensive development experience in use at Merck today.
Global Lead, PeopleDev Global Learning Design
Marc leads Google's instructional design teams within human resource operations. In this role he is responsible for developing learning solutions for various job functions including technical skills, sales, product and leadership development. Prior to joining Google in 2011, Marc led similar training functions for Oracle, Avanade (a Microsoft and Accenture joint venture), Washington Mutual and Red Hat.
Senior Vice President, Disney Consumer Products and Disney Interactive Human Resources
The Walt Disney Company
Randall is responsible for overseeing all HR functions for two of Disney's most dynamic and high-growth businesses — retail and gaming — including organization design, talent acquisition and management, business intelligence, company-wide learning initiatives and leveraging new technology. He joined Disney in 2005 as vice president of HR for The Walt Disney Internet Group, establishing a business-focused HR function with enhanced recruitment, organizational learning and development, and business-partnership capabilities to support Disney's internet and digital media strategy. Randall also led key HR initiatives around developing company-wide practices for assessing employee engagement and performance management.
Prior to joining Disney, Randall held a variety of HR leadership roles in organizations including FeehanBarr Partners, HR Search and Consulting, Victoria's Secret, Walker Digital, and JPMorgan Chase. Randall holds a master's degree in labor and industrial relations from Michigan State University.
Director of Insights
Raybould leads Insights at LinkedIn, focusing on how to use LinkedIn's position as the widely-used professional network to help companies hire, market, and sell more effectively. LinkedIn Insights combines business analytics and survey research of the characteristics and behaviors of its 200M+ professional members to help LinkedIn and its customers make data-driven decisions. Prior to joining LinkedIn in March 2010, Raybould worked as a consultant at Bain & Company in San Francisco. He holds degrees from Stanford University and Harvard Business School.
Executive Vice President, Human Resources
Rice joined Juniper Networks in 2006 and leads the human resources organization that supports the company's operations worldwide. He is responsible for leading Juniper Networks' people strategy of creating an inspired community of people able, committed, and empowered to achieve amazing success. Rice's 30+ year career spans a range of HR leadership positions both at Hewlett-Packard and in his current role at Juniper Networks. He also chairs the Juniper Networks Foundation Fund, which uses the power of the new network to take on the toughest challenges facing our communities to change the world.
Robert H. Sachs
Vice President of National Learning and Development
Kaiser Foundation Health Plan
Sachs is responsible for talent development strategies including executive development and succession management for the organization. He co-manages the Executive Leadership Program, a four week, custom executive education program at the Harvard Business School. In addition, Sachs convenes Kaiser's National Learning Leaders (NLL), a group that works to develop effective, efficient and integrated high impact learning systems, processes and solutions that can be leveraged across the enterprise. He also oversees the work of the learning and development team which supports KP's National Functions, a group that develops learning strategies and solutions to support Kaiser Permanente's Labor Management Partnership with 90,000 of KP's union represented employees and is responsible for the learning strategy that supports the four pillars of KP's diversity strategy. Finally, he is responsible for the Enterprise Learning Services group which manages the enterprise LMS, KP Learn and the Learning Solutions Team.
Prior to joining Kaiser, Sachs was vice president and managing director of the Hay Group in Pittsburgh. He holds a Ph.D. in counseling from the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia.
Gloria J. Stinson
Vice President, Organizational Development and Learning
Adobe Systems Incorporated
Stinson joined Adobe Systems in 1998 and has 30 years of experience in the field of human resources. She has worked in companies from start-up mode to large-scale global corporations in a variety of industries including semiconductor, hardware, software and telecommunications. Stinson's background combines deep knowledge and skills in strategic HR consultation at the executive level with a passion for building effective organizations through the development of talent.
Senior Vice President, Corporate Human Resources
Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts
Sullivan oversees HR responsibilities for the Four Seasons corporate group, encompassing regional offices in Toronto, Geneva, Singapore and 16 sales offices located throughout the world. In addition, Mary has global responsibility for compensation and benefits and HRIT.
Sullivan has worked with Four Seasons for the past five years. Previously, she worked as senior vice president of HR at IMAX Corporation, a large-screen cinema operator. Earlier in her career, Sullivan worked in a variety of HR roles at Central Park Lodges (now Revera Inc.) and Canadian Tire. She holds an MBA from the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto.
Vice President, Talent Management & Organizational Effectiveness
Walton is an industrial/organizational psychologist with 15 years of experience in talent management, organizational effectiveness, training and development, assessment and selection, and strategic human capital measurement. At Aleris, Walton partners with senior executives to design and implement global talent management solutions that help enable the effectiveness of Aleris' growth strategy. Walton drives business alignment, agility, and speed through providing innovative organizational design solutions, leading performance management, high-caliber talent assessments and succession planning, global leadership development, and targeted learning opportunities for employees.
Previously, Walton was the global director of organizational research, analysis and planning for Eaton Corporation, where he assessed and proposed organizational capability solutions designed to grow Eaton's businesses through effective talent management and HR processes. Walton's specialty areas include talent assessments, organizational design and development, advanced statistical analyses, operational excellence and Six Sigma, and enterprise-wide HR business intelligence.
Director of Talent Acquisition Strategies
Winesett utilizes more than 15 years of management experience to lead an award-winning team of 23 professionals who leverage cutting-edge technology, recruiting programs, and strategic marketing to attract and retain a diverse workforce. In addition to managing CACI's employee referral, alumni, military, internship, internal mobility, onboarding, and first-year retention programs, the team develops and implements processes that promote the preferred hiring experience, elevate the company's hiring performance, and drive revenue growth. Prior to this role, Winesett managed CACI's Employee Mobility Program and worked as a staffing manager for American Management Systems.
Director of Learning Technologies, Yum! University
Woolf is responsible for leading the implementation and future strategy for Yum! Learning Technologies across 130 countries and three brands. She also leads the company's efforts around social networking and manages the company's HR People Tools roadmap. Woolf has served in the director position since joining Yum! in 2008. Previously, she was a managing consultant with IBM and a senior manager for The Walt Disney Company. Woolf holds an MBA from Webster University.
Former Director, Enterprise Learning Strategy
Yetter brings 25 years of experience in learning and development. Most recently, he was responsible for transforming the way GSK's 100,000 employees learn through the company's Talent Leadership and Organizational Development Centre of Excellence. Yetter also worked for PricewaterhouseCoopers and IBM, providing consulting services on learning methodologies to large global organizations in the U.K. and Belgium. Earlier in his career, he worked with organizations to apply adult learning to productivity application training for companies such as Microsoft, Apple, Mobil, General Electric and Exxon.