Speakers 2016

Gloria Steinem

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Gloria Steinem

Ali Wentworth

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Ali Wentworth

Julie Lythcott-Haims

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Julie Lythcott-Haims

Maysoon Zayid

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Maysoon Zayid

Paula B. Pretlow

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Paula B. Pretlow

Helen Aronova

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Helen Aronova

Cynthia H. Bowman

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Cynthia H. Bowman

Robin Camarote

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Robin Camarote

Susan Hodgkinson

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Susan Hodgkinson

Christy Holden

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Christy Holden

Sheri Jeavons

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Sheri Jeavons

Amy Lesch

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Amy Lesch

Tara Sophia Mohr

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Tara Sophia Mohr

Linda Naiman

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Linda Naiman

Gretchen Remmers

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Gretchen Remmers

Mary (Molly) K. Shannon

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Mary (Molly) K. Shannon

Sandye Taylor

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Sandye Taylor

Kay Willcox

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Kay Willcox

Stacy Blake-Beard

Stacy Blake-Beard, PhD

Professor of Management
Simmons College School of Management

Stacy Blake-Beard is a Professor of Management at the Simmons College School of Management where she teaches organizational behavior. She is also Faculty Affiliate at the Center for Gender in Organizations at Simmons and Visiting Faculty at the Indian School of Business in Hyderabad, India. Prior to joining Simmons, Dr. Blake-Beard was faculty at the Harvard University Graduate School of Education. She has also worked in sales and marketing at Procter & Gamble and in the corporate human resources department at Xerox. Dr. Blake-Beard holds a BS in Psychology from the University of Maryland at College Park and an MA and a Ph.D. in Organizational Psychology from the University of Michigan.

Dr. Blake-Beard’s research focuses on the challenges and opportunities offered by mentoring relationships, with a focus on how these relationships may be changing as a result of increasing workforce diversity. She is particularly interested in the issues women face as they develop mentoring relationships. She also studies the dynamics of formal mentoring programs in both corporate and educational settings. Dr. Blake-Beard has published research on gender, diversity, and mentoring in several publications including the Journal of Career Development, the Academy of Management Executive, the Psychology of Women Quarterly, Journal of Management Development, the Journal of Business Ethics, Human Resource Management Journal and The Diversity Factor. Dr. Blake-Beard is co-editor of a volume focused on women’s careers (Handbook of Research on Promoting Women’s Careers) and a forthcoming volume on mentoring (Mentoring and Diversity in a Global Context). She has received a 2010-2011 Fulbright Award to support her project, entitled “Systems of Sustenance and Support: Exploring the Impact of Mentoring on the Career Experiences of Indian Women,” in partnership with the Center for Leadership, Innovation and Change at the Indian School of Business in Hyderabad, India.

Dr. Blake-Beard’s most recent collaboration is with Stanford University’s Clayman Institute for Gender Research on their Voice & Influence videos; her video on mentoring will be released Fall 2015. She is also starting a three year term as a Representative for the Board of Governors for the Academy of Management. Dr. Blake-Beard sits on the advisory board of a number of organizations, including MentorNet, Teen Voices, the Harvard Project on Tenure, and the Harvard Medical School Center for the Study of Diversity in Science. Dr. Blake-Beard has been the recipient of numerous grants and fellowships, including awards from the National Science Foundation, the Ford Foundation and the Robert Toigo Foundation. She has given seminars for and consulted on a wide range of topics, including effectively leveraging diversity, implementing formal mentoring programs, gender and leadership, bystander awareness training, unconscious bias, managing visibility, career action planning and team-building. Organizations with which she has consulted include Infosys, EMC, Hewlett Packard, Jobs for the Future, The Partnership, IBM, Cisco, The Robert Toigo Foundation, Bank of America, Chase Manhattan Bank, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Swissotel, PepsiCo, Goldman Sachs, Intel, Linkage, AstraZeneca, Eli Lilly, Boston Chamber of Commerce, The Conference Board, Massachusetts General Hospital, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Cambridge Hospital, Boston University, Connecticut College, University of Connecticut, University of Michigan, University of Texas, University of California, Harvard University, Boston Public School District, The PhD Project, The Compact for Faculty Diversity, New Leaders for New Schools and Working Mother Media.

Dr. Pamela Puryear, PhD

Dr. Pamela Puryear, PhD

SVP, Chief Talent Officer
Pfizer, Inc.

Pam is a business leader, thought leader, and Organization Development (OD) practice leader with over 25 years of experience including 10 years in the real estate investment advisory industry, 12 years as an external OD consultant, and six years leading OD practices in Fortune 100 companies. She has worked and consulted globally and across a number of different industry sectors including financial services, healthcare, professional services, consumer products, insurance, and education.

Pam is currently serving as Senior Vice President, Chief Talent Officer at Pfizer Inc. In this role, Pam is responsible for leading strategy and implementation of programs and services that impact nearly 100,000 employees globally in the areas of talent management, learning and development, employee engagement, organization culture, diversity and inclusion, and workforce analytics.

Pam’s professional passion is performance excellence, and from her diverse professional experiences, she has developed a unique perspective on what creates and sustains excellence. She has worked with individuals, teams and organizations to excel by assessing needs, and offering solutions that impact performance and productivity. With and MBA and a PhD, she considers financial and human factors and how to manage both using sound organizational management thinking and focused business metrics.

In May, 2015 Pam was profiled in SHRM’s HR Magazine. In 2014 she was profiled and appeared on the cover of the February issue of Chief Learning Officer magazine and was honored to be selected as an award winner in the Business Impact category for the 2014 Learning in Practice awards sponsored by Chief Learning Officer magazine. In 2012 she was the recipient of the 2012 Rising Star Award by HR Executive magazine. She has also been recognized by the Illinois Diversity Council as a Multicultural Leader in 2014 and as one of Illinois’ Most Powerful and Influential Women in 2015.  Pam is a frequent speaker at human capital conferences.  

Through LinkedIn and her personal website and blog, www.JoinDrPam.com, Pam seeks to develop a virtual community of practice to keep current on how individuals, teams and enterprises work, thrive and drive toward excellence.

Pam holds a PhD in Organizational Psychology, an MBA from Harvard Business School, and a BA in Psychology with a concentration in Organizational Behavior from Yale University.

Donna Brazile

Donna Brazile

Democratic Political Strategist

Veteran Democratic political strategist Donna Brazile is an adjunct professor, author, syndicated columnist, television political commentator, vice chair of Voter Registration and Participation at the Democratic National Committee and former interim National Chair of the Democratic National Committee as well as the former chair of the DNC’s Voting Rights Institute.

Aside from working for the full recovery of her beloved New Orleans, Brazile’s passion is encouraging young people to vote, to work within the system to strengthen it, and to run for public office. Since 2000, Brazile has lectured at over 125 colleges and universities across the country on such topics as “Inspiring Civility in American Politics,” Race Relations in the Age of Obama, Why Diversity Matters, Women in American Politics: Are We There Yet.

She first got involved at the age of nine when she worked to elect a City Council candidate who had promised to build a playground in her neighborhood; the candidate won, the swing set was installed, and a lifelong passion for political progress was ignited. Brazile worked on every presidential campaign from 1976 through 2000, when she became the first African-American to manage a presidential campaign.

Author of the best-selling memoir Cooking with Grease: Stirring the Pots in American Politics, Brazile is an adjunct professor at Georgetown University, a syndicated newspaper columnist for Universal Uclick, a columnist for Ms. Magazine, and O, The Oprah Magazine, an on-air contributor to CNN, and ABC, where she regularly appears on ABC’s This Week. Her secret passion is acting; she has recently made two cameo appearances on CBS’s The Good Wife. Ask her and she’ll tell you that acting, after all, is the key to success in politics.

In August 2009, O, The Oprah Magazine chose Brazile as one of its 20 “remarkable visionaries” for the magazine’s firstever O Power List. In addition, she was named among the 100 Most Powerful Women by Washingtonian magazine, Top 50 Women in America by Essence magazine, and received the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s highest award for political achievement.

She is currently on the board of the National Democratic Institute (NDI), the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, and the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies.

Last, but never least, she is a native of New Orleans, Louisiana. In the aftermath of the two catastrophic hurricanes that made landfall in the Gulf region, Brazile was appointed by former Governor Kathleen Blanco to serve on the Louisiana Recovery Board to work for the rebuilding of the state and to advocate for the Gulf recovery on the national stage. Brazile is the proud recipient of honorary doctorate degrees from Louisiana State University, North Carolina A&T State University, and Xavier University of Louisiana, the only historically Black, Catholic institution of higher education in the United States.

Brazile is founder and managing director of Brazile & Associates LLC, a general consulting, grassroots advocacy, and training firm based in Washington, DC.

Maria Hinojosa

Maria Hinojosa

Journalist

Maria Hinojosa is an award-winning trailblazer in news and investigative journalism. Her over 25-year history reporting on critical issues and focusing on the changing cultural and political landscape in America and abroad have won her the highest levels of recognition in journalism, including: four Emmys; the 2012 John Chancellor Award for Excellence in Journalism; the Robert F. Kennedy Award for Reporting on the Disadvantaged; the Studs Terkel Community Media Award; and the Edward R. Murrow Award from the Overseas Press Club for best documentary for “Child Brides: Stolen Lives,” among other awards.

In April 2010, Hinojosa took her mission of reporting on stories ignored or overlooked by mainstream media to another level by creating the Futuro Media Group, a multimedia nonprofit production company based in Harlem with the mission of giving voice to the social and civic justice issues facing a more diverse America. In addition to producing Latino USA, Futuro Media is also developing America by the Numbers with Maria Hinojosa, a series for public television to be distributed spring 2014.

America by the Numbers will be the first national programming dedicated to documenting and demystifying the dramatic demographic changes that are occurring in the U.S. and examining the new American mainstream – the growing numbers of Asians, Latinos, African Americans, mixed race, immigrants, women, youth and LGBTs who are increasingly determining the outcomes of elections and influencing arts, culture, and commerce. Futuro Media is also committed to training the next generation of journalists to become reporters, filmmakers, and multimedia producers, and using its media products to expand public space, staging civic engagement events to further democracy and enlarge the national conversation about policy and priorities.

Hinojosa has worked as an anchor and reporter for PBS’ Need To Know series and the talk show Maria Hinojosa: One-on-One from WGBH/La Plaza, as senior correspondent at Now on PBS and for NPR, and for eight years as CNN’s urban affairs correspondent. In October 2011, she was the first Latina to anchor a Frontline report, “Lost in Detention,” exploring abuse at immigrant detention facilities. Hinojosa has documented hundreds of important stories - from immigrant work camps in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina, to teen girl victims of on-the-job sexual harassment, to the poor in Alabama, and youth violence in urban communities.

She is currently the anchor and executive producer of NPR’s Peabody-Winning weekly program, Latino USA, celebrating its 20 year anniversary and considered the program of record for Latino news, culture and issues of critical importance to the Latino community and that impact the US population.

Hinojosa has a weekly syndicated column for King Features/Hearst and is author of two books including a motherhood memoir, Raising Raul: Adventures Raising Myself and My Son. She was born in Mexico City, raised in Chicago, and received her BA from Barnard College.

Throughout her career, she has helped define the conversation about our times and our society with one of the most authentic voices in broadcast. Her investigative journalism and presentations press for truth while giving voice to lives and stories that illuminate the world we live in.

Fredricka Whitfield

Fredricka Whitfield

News Anchor
CNN Newsroom

Fredricka Whitfield is an anchor for CNN/U.S. She is based in the network’s world headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia. Whitfield anchors the weekend edition of CNN Newsroom.

Since joining CNN in 2002, she has reported from all over the world including the Persian Gulf region during the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, Beijing during the 2008 Summer Olympic Games, London at the 2012 Summer Olympic Games and Washington, D.C. during the 2009 presidential inauguration.

Prior to CNN, Whitfield was a correspondent for NBC News and served as an Atlanta-based correspondent for NBC Nightly News, TODAY and Dateline NBC. She covered stories such as the highly contested 2000 presidential race and the resulting ballot recount as well as the 1996 Olympics, the Olympic Park bombing in Atlanta and the manhunt for bomber Eric Rudolph. Whitfield also reported on the 1999 refugee crisis in Macedonia during the Kosovo War.

Before her time at NBC, Whitfield was a reporter and anchor at WPLG-TV in Miami, an evening anchor for News Channel 8 in Washington, D.C., and a general assignment reporter at KTVT-TV in Dallas as well as at WTNH in New Haven, Conn. She began her professional career as a reporter and morning anchor for WCIV in Charleston, S.C.

In her nearly three decades long career, Whitfield has garnered multiple awards and honors for her broadcasting. In 2000 she earned an Emmy award nomination for long form storytelling. Her other notable awards include the 2002 Howard University School of Communications Alumna of the year, 2004 Alfred I. DuPont Award winning team for CNN’s coverage of the tsunami disaster in Southeast Asia, 2005 George Peabody award for the network’s live coverage of Hurricane Katrina and aftermath, 2005 Ebony award for Outstanding Women in Marketing and Communications, 2007 Emmy award for outstanding live coverage of a breaking news story long form, 2008 NAMD Communicator of the year, 2008 Howard University postgraduate achievement in the field of Journalism, and 2009 NYABJ long form feature. Whitfield was also a part of the network’s Peabody Award winning coverage of the 2010 Gulf Oil Spill and the 2011 Arab Spring.

Whitfield earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Howard University.

Stew Friedman

Stew Friedman

Practice Professor of Management
Wharton

In 1984, Stew Friedman joined Wharton, where he is the Practice Professor of Management. In 1991, he founded both the Wharton Leadership Program and the Wharton Work/Life Integration Project. In 2001, he concluded a two-year assignment (while on academic leave) at Ford Motor, as the senior executive for leadership development. Stew’s most recent book is Leading the Life You Want: Skills for Integrating Work and Life (Harvard Business, 2014), a Wall Street Journal bestseller.

His Total Leadership program is used worldwide, including by the 135K students in his MOOC. The New York Times cited the “rock star adoration” he inspires in students. He was chosen by Working Mother as one of America’s 25 most influential men to have made things better for working parents, by Thinkers50 as one of the world’s top 50 business thinkers, and by HR Magazine as one of the Most Influential Thinkers 2014. The Families and Work Institute honored him with a Work Life Legacy Award.

Follow on LinkedIn and Twitter @StewFriedman and tune in to Stew’s show, Work and Life, on SiriusXM 111, Business Radio Powered by Wharton, Tuesdays at 7:00 p.m. (ET).

Jane Hyun

Jane Hyun

Global Leadership Strategist
President and Founder, Hyun & Associates

Jane Hyun is a global leadership strategist and executive coach to Fortune 500 companies and MBA programs. She helps companies grow their bottom line through the effective use of their human capital. The firm’s signature programs have received acclaim from organizations seeking to leverage their talent pool to win in today’s global marketplace. Previously, she has held a variety of executive management roles, including Vice President of HR/Talent Development at JPMorgan, and Director of Recruiting at Deloitte.

Jane’s expertise comes from 24 years of direct business experience in fast-paced, high-stakes environments. She has worked with sales teams, guided leadership through a merger integration and divestiture, developed internal diversity initiatives, led organizational change initiatives with new leadership, and designed several innovative programs for retaining top talent.

She has appeared on media outlets such as CNN, CNBC, National Public Radio, HBR Working Knowledge, Fast Company, Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, and Fortune about leadership topics. A graduate of Cornell University with a degree in Economics/International Studies, she is an advisor to the Task Force for Talent Innovation and is a member of the American Heart Association Diversity Committee.

Her groundbreaking bestseller, Breaking the Bamboo Ceiling, opened up a critical dialogue about Asians and diversity in Corporate America. Her newest release, Flex: the New Playbook for Managing Across Differences, examines the art of switching leadership styles to more effectively leverage differences and drive innovation. She is passionate about helping individuals flourish in their workplaces and in their communities.

Jacki Kelley

Jacki Kelley

Chief Operating Officer
Bloomberg Media Group

Jacki is Chief Operating Officer of Bloomberg Media Group, Bloomberg L.P.’s global multi-platform media organization that comprises web, mobile, television, digital video, radio, print magazines and live events platforms. Jacki, who joined Bloomberg L.P. in September 2014, leads the business operations of Bloomberg Media, with a focus on driving global revenue growth, brand strength and developing the company’s new media strategy under CEO Justin B. Smith.

A dynamic leader with more than 20 years of experience, Jacki is widely credited with disrupting traditional business models to successfully meet client objectives across the publishing and advertising industries. She served as CEO for IPG Mediabrands North America and President of Global Clients, most recently dedicating all of her time to leading IPG’s successful bid for all of Microsoft’s creative and deployment work globally. Jacki helped lead a massive expansion of IPG’s global advertising network, which now buys $36 billion in media for clients, including ExxonMobil, Sony and BMW.

Jacki has been honored time and again throughout her career for her extraordinary work. She was named a Matrix Award Honoree by New York Women in Communications; Advertising Woman of the Year by the Advertising Women of New York; and was inducted into the American Advertising Federation Hall of Achievement. She was named one of Crain’s New York Business’s 50 Most Powerful Women in New York in 2013, one Advertising Age’s 100 Most Influential Women in Advertising and was number one on Business Insider’s 30 Most Powerful Women in Advertising list.

In her role as CEO, IPG Mediabrands North America, Jacki oversaw and integrated tools, technologies and services for all clients based in North America and across the IPG Mediabrands agencies, including Universal McCann, Initiative and bpn, and was responsible for global clients headquartered in North America. Previously, she served as President, North America and Global CEO at Universal McCann, where she helped lead a transformation of the agency, including the introduction of a pay-for-performance model, that led to a major expansion in client base and revenue.

Jacki has also held various business roles at Yahoo!, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia and USA TODAY. At Yahoo!, she served as Global Head of Strategy and Solutions, where she oversaw the integration of the search and display sales teams into an enhanced sales force. She integrated four sales forces into one while in the role of Executive Vice President, Media Sales at Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, earning the honor of min’s “Sales Team of the Year.”

Jacki started her career at USA TODAY, where she rose from an intern to Senior Vice President of Advertising, overseeing advertising and marketing for all international and domestic editions of the newspaper. In the late 1980s, she was a part of the team that led USA TODAY’s hotel distribution, an innovative marketing strategy at the time that greatly increased the paper’s influence and advertising proposition.

Linda Houston

Linda Houston

MLWM Division Executive

Linda Houston is currently the New England Division Executive for Merrill Lynch Wealth Management, headquartered in Stamford, Connecticut.  Linda oversees 1,500 Financial Advisors and Private Wealth Advisors across 11 wealth management markets with $175 billion in assets under management and $1.3billion revenue.

Prior to her current role, Linda was the Regional Managing Director for the New Jersey Region where she was responsible for the execution of the vision and mission of US Wealth Management across eight complexes.

Linda served as the Director/Managing Director for 5 different Merrill Lynch complexes including the Fifth Avenue office and the flagship World Financial Center complex in New York City. In 2008, Linda was named the National Marketing Director for US Wealth Management.

Linda joined Merrill Lynch in 1984 as a Client Associate and became a Financial Advisor in 1986. During her 12 year tenure, Linda became a member of the Circle of Excellence. Linda attended the Merrill Lynch Women’s Leadership Program at Harvard Business School and was selected as a participant in the Six Sigma Program.

In 2013 Linda was named the Chair of GWIM Diversity and Inclusion Council and serves on the Global Diversity and Inclusion Council for Bank of America. In 2014 Linda was named Women of Merit for the Girl Scouts of Connecticut.

Linda currently serves on the Advisory Board for the Zicklin Business School of Baruch College. Linda graduated from Southern Illinois University where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts.

Linda resides in Greenwich, Connecticut with her husband Tom and their two children, Trent and Kristen.

Jill Rosenberg Jones

Jill Rosenberg Jones

(Toigo Alumna, Cornell Johnson 1994)
Managing Director
Goldman Sachs

Jill is the global co-head of Regulatory Operations. She serves as co-chair of the Operations Regulatory Reform Steering Group and as a member of the Operations Risk Council. Jill is also an advisor to the Operations Black Network Steering Committee and the Operations Women’s Network Steering Committee. Previously, she was the global head of Business Architecture & Project Delivery in Operations. Jill has also held roles as the global business unit head of Operations Technology Strategy and the global functional head of Margin Lending in Operations. Jill joined Goldman Sachs in 2007 as a vice president and was named managing director in 2011.

Prior to joining the firm, Jill worked at Morgan Stanley in the Operations and Firm Management divisions, where she held global strategy and project management roles. Before that, Jill was a management consultant working exclusively with financial services clients on long-term assignments in Melbourne, Hong Kong, London, New York and Atlanta.

Jill is the executor of the James Weldon Johnson literary estate and served on the Board of Teachers Network from 2003 to 2010.

Jill earned an AB in American History from Harvard University and an MBA from Cornell University’s Johnson Graduate School of Management.

Amy O’Brien

Amy O’Brien

Managing Director, Head of Responsible Investment
TIAA-CREF

Amy Muska O’Brien is Managing Director and the Head of Responsible Investment at TIAA-CREF. She provides overall strategic leadership to Asset Management and across the organization on the implementation of TIAA-CREF’s overall responsible investment commitments and key environmental, social and governance (ESG) approaches, including ESG-focused funds, ESG integration frameworks, and the firm’s impact investing portfolios.

Ms. O’Brien has worked on a wide range of ESG and impact investing initiatives across TIAA-CREF since 2005. She has 19 years of professional experience in the responsible investment field. Prior to joining TIAA-CREF in 2005, Ms. O’Brien served as Director of Corporate Social Responsibility at the Pension Boards - United Church of Christ, where she developed and implemented socially responsible investment strategies including social screening policies, proxy voting guidelines and shareholder activism for the denomination’s pension fund and foundation. Previously, she was Research Manager at the Council on Economic Priorities, the non-profit research firm that pioneered the field of corporate social and environmental responsibility ratings for investors and consumers. Ms. O’Brien served as CEP’s representative to the inaugural Steering Committee of the Global Reporting Initiative, an international initiative charged with developing a standardized reporting format for corporate sustainability indicators.

Ms. O’Brien earned a B.S. in Biology from Boston College and an M.S. in Environmental Management and Policy from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. From 2006-2011 she served on the Board of Directors of the USSIF: The Forum for Sustainable and Responsible Investment. In 2008, Ms. O’Brien joined the board of directors of The Investor Responsibility Research Center Institute for Corporate Responsibility. In 2011 she was appointed to the Steering Committee of the Global Initiative for Sustainability Ratings. In 2012, Ms. O’Brien became a member of the Financial Women’s Association of New York. In 2014 she was named to the Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI) Initiative’s Reporting and Assessment Steering Committee.

Carey Fear

Carey Fear

Senior Managing Director Guggenheim Treasury Services, LLC

Ms. Fear is a Senior Managing Director and head of the Transaction Compliance Group at Guggenheim Treasury Services (Institutional Finance).  Ms. Fear is an attorney who is responsible for the documentation and execution of asset purchases by Treasury Services’ programs. Ms. Fear is a member of Guggenheim’s Human Capital Committee and Chair of Guggenheim’s Women’s Innovation and Inclusion Network. Prior to joining Treasury Services in 2001, Ms. Fear was an attorney at Schuyler, Roche & Crisham where she handled structured finance and corporate transactions. Ms. Fear received her J.D. from DePaul University College of Law and her B.A. from the University of Wisconsin – Madison.

Tiffany Hawkins

Tiffany Hawkins

Head of Private Investments (PI) and Business Development
Momentum Advisors

Tiffany Hawkins is the Head of Private Investments (PI) and Business Development for Momentum Advisors, a boutique wealth management firm with nearly $100 million dollars under management. She has over 12 years of expertise in the creation, market engagement and distribution of top brands and consumer businesses, globally.

The firm’s PI division is responsible for all investments that do not trade on exchanges, such as real estate, private equity and, most notably, franchising. Momentum Advisors has identified franchising as an emerging source of high-risk/high-reward investments for a very specific segment of its high net worth clients. Tiffany oversees the operations, infrastructure, and management of each franchise opportunity. Her investment universe includes everything from restaurants to non-food areas such as fitness gyms, dry cleaning, and wellness; which have proven consumer appeal and great ROI to the client. Tiffany focuses on investing in brands that have a unique value proposition and sustainable competitive advantage.

To-date, Momentum Advisors has led the development and acquisition of three multi-million dollar franchise units and is under contract to develop an additional 11 units in the next five years.

Tiffany Hawkins holds two Bachelors’ degree from Morgan State University specializing in Communication Studies and Statistical Research. She has also served on several boards driving awareness of the lack of diversity in high-profile strategic positions throughout the United States. Tiffany Hawkins is based out of the New York City office.

Nailah Flake-Brown

Nailah Flake-Brown

Managing Director
Morgan Stanley

Nailah Flake-Brown is a Managing Director of Morgan Stanley and Head of Coverage for the Commercial Real Estate Lending Group in the Fixed Income Division.

Nailah started her career as an analyst at Morgan Stanley in 2000 and has served in numerous roles within her group, specializing in principal real estate debt transactions ranging between $100 million to $2 billon in size. Nailah is regarded as one of the top producers on her team and in 2014 originated over $5 billion in transactions for her clients who include institutional owners of real estate such as REITs, private equity firms, hedge funds, and high net worth individuals.

Beyond Morgan Stanley, Nailah is the director and founder of InnerVisions Theater Arts Center, a non-for-profit organization that provides dance and fitness programs to students in South Jamaica Queens. She is also a Board Member of the Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning.

Nailah received an undergraduate degree from Spelman College in Atlanta, Georgia, where she graduated Magna Cum Laude with a major in Economics and a minor in Business Management and Organization.

Julie Lythcott-Haims

Julie Lythcott-Haims

Author, How to Raise an Adult

Julie Lythcott-Haims spent a decade as Stanford University’s Dean of Freshmen where she was known for both her fierce advocacy for students and her equally fierce critique of the growing trend of parental involvement in the day-to-day lives of college students. Toward the end of her tenure she received Stanford’s Lloyd W. Dinkelspiel Award for defining “the” undergraduate experience at Stanford and began speaking and writing widely on the phenomenon of helicopter parenting. Her New York Times best-selling book How to Raise an Adult: Break Free of the Overparenting Trap and Prepare Your Kid for Success was released in June and is being translated into several languages for publication in other countries. Her work has also appeared on TEDx talks, as well as in the Chicago Tribune, Forbes, New York Times, Slate, and Time. She hosts the brand-new podcast “Getting In,” produced by Slate and Panoply, which offers students and parents sound advice about the college application process and serves as an antidote to the college admission “arms race” mentality. She also spoke at the first-ever TED Talks Live event held this fall in Manhattan.

In addition to non-fiction, Julie writes poetry, plays, and short fiction. She is a graduate of Stanford University and Harvard Law School, and since leaving Stanford in 2012 she has been pursuing an MFA in creative writing at California College of the Arts in San Francisco. She lives in Silicon Valley with her partner of over twenty five years, their two teenagers, and her mother.

Ali Wentworth

Ali Wentworth

Actor, Comedian
and New York Times Best-Selling Author

A multitalented performer, Ali Wentworth brings a wealth of experience to all her endeavors, including writing movie scripts, her column in Marie Claire magazine, and acting in notable movies and television shows. Wentworth made a name for herself as a regular on two seasons of In Living Color. She has appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno over 100 times. Other television credits include her memorable role as Jerry Seinfeld’s girlfriend, Schmoopie, in the series’ classic “Soup Nazi” episode. She is the creator, star and executive producer of the critically acclaimed Starz series Head Case. Wentworth was a regular on The Oprah Winfrey Show. She also portrayed Meryl Streep’s best friend in the Nancy Meyers film It’s Complicated.

Also an author, Wentworth’s first book, The WASP Cookbook (Warner Books), details the culinary the lack of taste in the puritanical culinary history with hilarious commentary on WASP culture. Her second book, Ali in Wonderland (HarperCollins), a comedic look at bad advice her mother has given her, was a New York Times best seller. Her latest book, Happily Ali After, premiered June 2015.

Wentworth is the founder of BabyLove DC and is a devoted children’s advocate. She also sits on the boards of the Children’s Defense Fund and Baby Buggy. She resides in New York City with her husband George Stephanopoulos and their two daughters Elliott and Harper.

Gloria Steinem

Gloria Steinem

Iconic Visionary of the Women’s Movement
Co-Founder, National Women’s Political Caucus
Co-Founder, Ms. Magazine

Gloria Steinem remains an iconic and inspiring voice, and one of the most visible symbols of the women’s movement. Ms. Steinem continues to be an ever-present and sought-after speaker on all fronts of social activism. Steinem now produces and hosts WOMAN, a new tv series that explores human rights and violence against women around the world, with a focus on first-person accounts and support systems. It is aired on Vice TV where Steinem offers its millennial audience, newly awoken to her legacy, ways to get involved. “What I hope is, seeing it will be the closest thing to being on the ground yourself,” she said. “It is being a witness. And people in hard times need a witness, and somebody who can help.”

Maysoon Zayid

Maysoon Zayid

Actress, Comedian, Disability Advocate, and Writer

Maysoon Zayid is an actress, comedian, disability advocate, and writer. She is a graduate of and a Guest Comedian in Residence at Arizona State University. Maysoon is the co-founder/co-executive producer of the New York Arab American Comedy Festival and The Muslim Funny Fest. She was a full-time On Air Contributor to Countdown with Keith Olbermann and a columnist for The Daily Beast. She has most recently appeared on Oprah Winfrey Network’s In Deep Shift, 60 Minutes, and The Meredith Vieira Show. Maysoon had the number one TED Talk of 2014 and was named 1 of 100 Women of 2015 by BBC.

As a professional comedian, Maysoon has performed in top New York clubs and has toured extensively at home and abroad. She was a headliner on the Arabs Gone Wild Comedy Tour and The Muslims Are Coming Tour. Maysoon appeared alongside Adam Sandler in You Don’t Mess with the Zohan and is the founder of Maysoon’s Kids, a scholarship and wellness program for disabled refugee children. Maysoon walked in New York Fashion Week and is proud to be an ambassador for Kara Ross’s Diamonds Unleashed. She was delighted to be a 2013 honoree of United Cerebral Palsy NYC’s Women Who Care Awards and is honored to sit on their planning committee.

Robin Camarote

Robin Camarote

Author & Coach, OWN IT: Drive Your Career to a Place of Happiness and Success; Getting Leaders to Follow

Robin Camarote is a communications strategy consultant, meeting facilitator, and writer. She is intent on helping leaders get more done with fewer headaches by outlining clear, creative strategies and solutions that build momentum and buy-in at all organizational levels. In addition to consulting, she writes regularly for Inc.com and Bloomberg Government on leadership and how to increase your positive impact at work. She is the author of a best-selling book on organizational behavior entitled, Flock, Getting Leaders to Follow. Flock offers a universal framework for helping people connect with others, articulate their vision, and gain the kind of support needed to see the solution through to completion. She lives with her husband and three children in Falls Church, Virginia.

Susan Hodgkinson

Susan Hodgkinson

Principal
The Personal Brand Company

Susan Hodgkinson is a trailblazer in personal branding, and founded The Personal Brand Company in 1994. She is a leadership development expert, award-winning executive coach, and professional speaker.

Hodgkinson was the first practitioner in the US to create a learning model that incorporates the needs and issues of women and people of color into corporate leadership development curricula.

She is the author of The Leader’s Edge: Using Personal Branding to Drive Performance and Profit. She received the India’s 2016 World HRD Congress Leadership Award. Her work has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times. She holds her MBA from Simmons School of Management.

Sheri Jeavons

Sheri Jeavons

Founder
Power Presentations, Inc.

When Sheri Jeavons founded Power Presentations, Inc. in 1993, she had two goals in mind. The first was to empower business professionals to look and sound dynamic while communicating in any situation. The second was to deliver training that professionals would leave saying, “That was the best training I’ve ever attended. Ever.” Since then, Power Presentations has successfully trained more than 22,000 professionals from a variety of Fortune 500 Companies and industry leaders such as FedEx, McDonald’s, Goodyear, Qualcomm and NASA.

Sheri is the author of Tips for your Talk® and Master your Virtual Communications: A Webinars that Wow® Training Guide.

Christy Holden

Christy Holden

VP of Human Resources
TGAM Distribution and Marketing

Christy Holden has over 16 years of experience in Human Resources and the Global Financial Services industry. Her roles and experience span multiple areas including Compensation, Leadership Development, Corporate Workplace, and as a HR Business Partner. Christy is currently the VP of Human Resources for TGAM Distribution and Marketing. Prior roles at TIAA include Senior Director for Corporate Compensation, Senior Director for Business Compensation, and HR Business Partner roles. Christy has also worked at Bank of America and Arthur Andersen Business Consulting.

Christy has a BSBA in Marketing and a BSBA in Management with a concentration in Human Resources from Appalachian State University. Christy has volunteered on the Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools pay for performance task force, with Appalachian State University’s Martha Guy Summer Institute, Appalachian’s Wilson Scholar Program, and the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce.

Tara Sophia Mohr

Tara Sophia Mohr

Creator
Playing Big

Tara Sophia Mohr is an expert on women’s leadership and wellbeing. She’s creator of the Playing Big leadership program and author of Playing Big: Find Your Voice, Your Mission, Your Message, named an Apple iBooks best book.

Her writing on leadership and careers has been featured in The New York Times, Harvard Business Review, on The Today Show and in numerous other publications. She’s been a speaker at venues ranging from BlogHer to TedxWomen to Emerging Women.

Tara received her MBA from Stanford University and her undergraduate degree in English literature from Yale. She is trained and certified as a coach. Tara’s unique approach to leadership training combines transformative inner work and practical skills training.

Tara is the creator of the popular 10 Rules for Brilliant Women Workbook and she was named a “Girl Champion” by the Girl Effect organization, in recognition of her work supporting education of girls in the developing world.

Mary (Molly) K. Shannon

Mary (Molly) K. Shannon

Senior Managing Director, Partner and Director
Americas Institutional Group
Wellington Management

As director of the Americas Institutional Group, Molly oversees the firm’s efforts to serve and grow institutional client relationships in North and South America. Prior to this role, she led our global consultant relations team and served as a senior contact to our largest consultant firm relationships. Molly is president of Wellington Management Advisers, Inc. (WMA), a limited purpose US broker-dealer registered in August 2010, and serves on its board of directors. She also serves on the board of directors of Wellington Trust Company. In addition, she chairs the firm’s Retirement Benefits Committee and the advisory board for the Wellington Management Foundation, and is also a Diversity Committee senior ambassador and a member of the Product Panel.

Before joining Wellington Management in 2003, Molly held a senior position in consultant relations at Merrill Lynch Investment Managers (2002 – 2003) and spent six years at DuPont Capital Management in positions as director of Institutional Sales and director of World Wide Pensions (1996 – 2002). She began her career in 1988 as a strategy consultant in the financial markets division of Accenture, formerly Andersen Consulting.

Molly received her JD from Villanova University School of Law (1995) and her BA in economics, with honors, from the University of Notre Dame (1988).

Paula B. Pretlow

Paula B. Pretlow

Former Senior Vice President
The Capital Group

Paula B. Pretlow is a former Senior Vice President of The Capital Group, a $1.4 trillion dollar privately held investment management firm. While there, she headed up the firm’s public fund business development and client relationship group and was also responsible for large client relationships. Since leaving Capital, Ms. Pretlow has focused her energies on board work and community engagement.

Prior to joining Capital in 1999, Ms. Pretlow worked with Barclays Global Investors (now BlackRock), Montgomery Asset Management, and Chancellor LGT. Her investment industry experience also includes fixed-income sales with Credit Suisse and as a portfolio engineer with AXA/Rosenberg, a quantitative investment management firm. Ms. Pretlow has spent her entire career in finance, which began in corporate banking at Wells Fargo Bank.

Ms. Pretlow is actively and passionately involved on several boards. In the private sector, she is an independent board member of a registered investment company under the umbrella of one of the largest publicly traded global alternative asset managers. In 2015, she was elected to the board of trustees of The Kresge Foundation, a $3.6 billion national foundation that works to expand opportunities in America’s cities, including Detroit, through grant-making and social investing in six program areas. In June of this year, she was elected to the Northwestern University Board of Trustees, where she is also a member of the Board of Visitors for the Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences. Ms. Pretlow also serves on the San Francisco Symphony Board of Governors and is a member of the board of directors of her synagogue in San Francisco, Congregation EmanuEl. She has served as a mentor and is a former board member of The Robert Toigo Foundation. Professional affiliations include the Association of Black Foundation, Executives (ABFE) and the Executive Leadership Council (ELC).

Ms. Pretlow is a recipient of the Aiming High Award from Legal Momentum, the nation’s oldest legal advocacy organization dedicated to advancing the rights of women and girls. She was the convocation speaker at Northwestern’s Weinberg College Class of 2016 graduation ceremony. Her commitment to service will be recognized this year in her hometown, where she will receive the Foundation for Oklahoma City Public Schools Wall of Fame Humanitarian Award.

In January, 2017, Ms. Pretlow will become a Fellow at Stanford in its Distinguished Careers Institute, a year-long program designed to allow intellectual exploration and personal growth.

Ms. Pretlow is the proud mother of two adult children, Neil and Alison, and mother-in-law to Tanya. In addition to world travel, especially to developing countries, Ms. Pretlow loves music, theatre, and urban hiking.

Ms. Pretlow received her BA in political science and her MBA, both from Northwestern University.

Helen Aronova

Helen Aronova

Managing Director
Guggenheim Partners, LLC

Helen Aronova is the Managing Director, Human Capital for the Investments business within Guggenheim Partners. She joined Guggenheim in June 2011 to help build close business partnerships with the business unit leaders. Her focus has been to attract top talent, develop Guggenheim Investments associates at all levels by providing skills and tools to build individual and organizational capability, and aligning the HR systems and processes that support a high performance culture. Women’s Innovation and Inclusion Network (WIIN) Steering Committee member and Head of Education and Career Development Subcommittee at Guggenheim.

Before Guggenheim, Mrs. Aronova spent nearly 6 years with Nuveen Investments, where she was a key member in establishing a shared services platform to support multiple entities under the Nuveen umbrella. She began her HR career at Roxbury Capital Management, LLC.

Mrs. Aronova received her BS in Business Administration from CSUN, CA and her Masters Certificate in Human Resource Management from Villanova University, Villanova, PA.

Cynthia H. Bowman

Cynthia H. Bowman

Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer
Bank of America

Cynthia H. Bowman is Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer for Bank of America. In this role, she serves as the chief strategist for diversity and inclusion globally, focused on leading programs, initiatives and policies that actively support the bank’s diverse and inclusive workplace—in thought, style, sexual orientation, gender identity, ethnicity, culture and experience.

As part of her role, Cynthia serves on the bank’s Global Diversity & Inclusion Council, comprised of senior leaders from across the company responsible for keeping diversity and inclusion at the forefront for managers throughout the company. She leads the company’s global diversity and inclusion organization (GDIO), which supports enterprise-wide diversity initiatives, diversity conference planning, strategic partner management and sponsorships, diversity awards and recognition, and diversity metrics and data reporting. The GDIO also provides strategic oversight to the bank’s 11 Employee Networks, made up of nearly 80,000 employees and allies around the globe.

Cynthia joined Bank of America in 2007 and has served in various leadership roles throughout Global Human Resources. Prior to her current role, she was the Learning and Leadership Development and Diversity and Inclusion executive for the Global Wealth and Investment Management businesses. She also served as Global Diversity & Inclusion executive. She started at Bank of America in Executive Leadership Development and later served as the Leadership Development executive for the Global Human Resources organization, leading enterprise efforts in Performance Management, Survey and Engagement, Cultural Assessments and Integration, and Organizational Development.

Prior to joining Bank of America, she was a Partner at Accenture where she was responsible for the deployment of performance sales and consulting projects.

Cynthia has been recognized by the Georgia National Diversity Council as one of the “Most Powerful and Influential Women 2013,” and by Diversity MBA Magazine as one of the top “50 Senior Executives Under 50.” She was also awarded a “2014 Trailblazer Award” by re:gender and in 2016, she was recognized by Black Enterprise as a Top Executive in Corporate Diversity.

Cynthia graduated from the J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management with an MBA in Organization Behavior and Operations. She also has a Bachelor of Industrial Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology and a Bachelor of Science from Spelman College. Cynthia is married and the mother of four children.

Kay Willcox

Kay Willcox

Head of Women’s Initiatives
PGIM

Kay Willcox is the Head of Women’s Initiatives for PGIM. In this role, she is focused on developing employees, offering training and networking opportunities and building relationships with key external organizations.

Kay recently completed a 27 year career in Prudential Fixed Income (PFI) where she was a Managing Director and Senior Portfolio Manager for PFI’s Core Fixed Income Strategy and other multi-sector fixed income strategies for institutional clients. She was also Senior Investment Officer for Prudential Fixed Income (PFI), which is among the largest fixed income managers in the United States (as of September 30, 2014)* with $534 billion in assets under management. Kay has also managed mutual fund fixed income portfolios and several mortgage-backed securities portfolios for Prudential. Prior to joining Prudential, Kay worked in the futures division of Shearson Lehman Brothers.

Kay received a BA in Mathematics from the University of Texas and an MBA in Finance from Columbia University.

Sandye Taylor

Sandye Taylor

Director of Global Diversity & Inclusion
RBC Capital Markets

Sandye Taylor is the Director of Global Diversity & Inclusion (“D&I”) at RBC Capital Markets. She is responsible for providing the framework for diversity and inclusion, developing business specific strategies and partnering with internal stakeholders to implement key tactics.

Before joining RBC, Sandye was with Bank of America Merrill Lynch where she was Senior Vice President, Head of D&I, Global Wealth & Investment Management. During her 12 years at BAML, she held other roles as Global Head of D&I, Global Banking & Markets, head of Global Supplier Diversity; and Global Supply Chain Management, Acquisitions & Divestitures. Prior to that, she practiced law within large and small size firms.

She holds her Juris Doctor from the University of Maryland, School of Law, and her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Maryland at College Park. She is married with two children.

Amy Lesch

Amy Lesch

Managing Director, Client and Partner Group
KKR

Amy Lesch (New York) joined KKR’s Client and Partner Group in 2009. She leads the North American relationship management team and is Global Head of Consultant Relations. As such, Ms. Lesch is closely involved with fundraising, investor relations, and consultant relations across the Firm. Prior to joining KKR, she was a Managing Director and global head of consultant relations for Citi Capital Advisors (formerly Citi Alternative Investments). Ms. Lesch has more than 23 years of experience working directly with investors and the consultant community. Her prior experience also includes Deutsche Asset Management and State Street Global Advisors. She holds a B.S. from the University of Rochester and a J.D. from New England School of Law.

Linda Naiman

Linda Naiman

Corporate Alchemist
Co-author of Orchestrating Collaboration at Work: Using Music, Improv, Storytelling, and Other Arts to Improve Teamwork

Linda Naiman is founder of Creativity at Work and helps organizations develop creativity, innovation, and leadership capabilities, through coaching, training and consulting. Linda brings a multi-disciplinary approach to learning and development based on her background as an artist and designer: She leverages arts-based practices to spark creative inspiration in business, and design thinking to manage the creative process for innovation. Organizations that have sought out Linda for her expertise include Amex Bank of Canada, HSBC, RBC, the US Navy, and GE.

Her work has been documented or cited in several books including: Artful Creation: Learning Tales of Arts-in-Business (Darsø 2004), Artbased Approaches: A Practical Handbook to Creativity at Work (Chemi 2006), and Wake Me Up When the Data Is Over: How Organizations Use Stories to Drive Results (Silverman 2006).

She currently serves on the board of directors of The Vancouver Biennale, a non-profit charitable organization that exhibits great art in public space, creating a catalyst for learning, community engagement, dialogue, and social action.

Linda holds a BFA degree from California College of the Arts and is a graduate of Emily Carr Institute of Art + Design. Her mission is to liberate creativity at work, and make life, and work, a work of art.

Gretchen Remmers

Gretchen Remmers

Playing Big Facilitator
and Women’s Leadership Coach

Gretchen Remmers is a Playing Big Facilitator and Women’s Leadership Coach who uses the pioneering Playing Big model to empower women who want to speak up, create and lead. As the Director of Partnerships for Tara Mohr’s Playing Big program, Gretchen helps company leaders bring Playing Big—the book, courses and speaking events—to their organizations. As a Human Resources partner for pioneering companies, including Genentech, Young & Rubicam and Wells Fargo, Gretchen has facilitated leadership development programs in 11 countries, led EEO and major diversity & inclusion initiatives, and collaborated with senior managers and their teams to develop their greatest talent. Gretchen is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, the Outward Bound Instructor Development Program and is an ICF Certified Coach.

Jeanne Brett

Jeanne Brett

DeWitt W. Buchanan, Jr. Distinguished Professor
of Dispute Resolution and Organizations
Kellogg School of Management

Jeanne Brett is the DeWitt W. Buchanan, Jr. Distinguished Professor of Dispute Resolution and Organizations, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL.

Brett’s research focuses primarily on culture and negotiation strategy. She is the author of numerous journal articles, negotiation teaching materials, and award winning books: Getting Disputes Resolved with William Ury and Stephen Goldberg and the single authored Negotiating Globally, now in its 3rd edition. She initiated Kellogg’s MBA courses in negotiations in 1981 and in cross-cultural negotiations in 1994. She was a founder in 1986 and the director of Kellogg’s Dispute Resolution Research Center until 2016.

Sarah Robb O’Hagan

Sarah Robb O’Hagan

CEO, Flywheel Sports
Former President, Equinox and Former Global President, Gatorade
Author, Extreme You: Step Up, Stand Out, Kick Ass, Repeat

Described by the media as everything from “Superwoman undercover” to “The Pied Piper of potential,” Sarah Robb O’Hagan is an executive, activist, entrepreneur, and currently the CEO of fast-growing indoor cycling company Flywheel Sports. She formerly served as the president of luxury health club Equinox, the global president of Gatorade, a GM and marketing director at Nike, and the marketing director of the Virgin Entertainment Group. The founder of the “Extreme Living” movement, she is a rare blend of fierce businesswoman, cheer leading Mom passionate women’s advocate, and high-energy motivator. In her new book Extreme You, due out in spring 2017, Sarah lays out a roadmap for becoming the most “extreme” version of yourself by operating at the edge of your potential and by building highly-collaborative, focused, and successful teams and corporations. Drawing on her decades experience at some of the world’s most influential brands, she shares practical takeaways including how to make failure your fuel, discover your most competitive playing field, get out of line rather than always following conventional wisdom, and bring out the “extreme” in others.

Sarah personally oversaw the development of several breakthrough innovation efforts throughout her career, including: the Virgin Atlantic Airways-Austin Powers movie collaboration in which the airline was rebranded “Virgin Shaglantic,” the roll-out of the game-changing Nike Plus technology developed alongside Apple, the transformation of Gatorade from a declining sports drink into an innovative sports performance company exemplified by the highly-successful G Series line, and Equinox’s revolutionary shift from a bricks-and-mortar gym to an always-on, digital-first fitness business. She also experienced what she calls a “canyon of career despair” in her 20s, using major back-to-back failures to learn, to grow and to motivate herself forward to eventually lead a $5 billion global business by the age of 38. She shares first-hand accounts of these peaks and valleys—pairing stories of firings with a behind-the-scenes look at Gatorade’s transformational turnaround under her stewardship—to illustrate what it truly takes to be successful, why you learn more when play for all or nothing, the importance of humility, and why you must always “play your own game.”

Robb O’Hagan has been named twice to Forbes magazine’s list of the “Most Powerful Women in Sports,” named a “Woman to Watch” by Ad Age magazine, dubbed one of the “Most Creative People in Business” by Fast Company, and named to “40 Under 40” lists by Sports Business Journal, Crain’s Chicago Business, and Sports Goods Business.

Sarah is a passionate advocate for an active lifestyle and believes the lessons learned from sports and fitness can be applied to improve performance in the work place. She has served on Hillary Clinton’s US State Department Council to Empower Women and Girls through Sports, and is a trustee of the Women’s Sports Foundation. She is an active member of the World Class New Zealand Network, as she remains committed to helping the country’s development, international competitiveness and economic growth. In 2014, she was awarded the Sir Peter Blake Trust Award for outstanding leadership.


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