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Women Empowerment, Leadership & Diversity Chapter


 

[WEBINAR] BUILDING THE BASE: HOW DIVERSE EXECUTIVES IN TYPICALLY MALE-DOMINATED INDUSTRIES COMMAND BETTER OUTCOMES BY EMPOWERING OTHERS

 

Date: November 15, 2018
Time: 1:00 PM EST time zone converter

 

Today’s discussion starts, or in many cases, continues a dialog around questions many are asking in boardrooms and among community leaders today-

 

  • Why should organizations empower diverse leaders?
  • What do they get out of it?
  • How do they measure this success? Is it a straightforward financial measure? Productive? A hiring value?
  • How are diverse leaders cultivated? How are they empowered to build up future leadership?
  • And, of course, what are the pitfalls to avoid and key criteria to success?

Join the Women Empowerment, Leadership & Diversity Chapter as we take a deep dive into inclusive practices that strengthen at a leadership level.

 

Moderator:

Mary Lewis, Manager, Sourcing, Sprint

 

Panelists:

 

Frenchie Green, Former Head of Global Procurement Operations ISS, Facebook

 

Ken Kundis, VP/CMO Financial Services, Capgemini

 

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CO-CHAIRS

  • Debi Hamill, CEO, IAOP
  • Chitra Rajeshwari, Executive Director, Avasant Foundation 
  • Maura Hudson, Senior Managing Director, Marketing & Business Development, Newmark Knight Frank
  • Wendy Shlensky, Vice President, Analyst & Advisor Relations, HGS
  • Joe Hogan, Vice President, HCL Technologies
  • Casey Alexis,  Director, Customer Experience, Neo Group
  • Shimona Chadha, Sr. Director of Marketing, HCL,
  • Heidi Solomon-Orlick, Vice President of Global Sales, VXI Global Solutions, LLC
  • Rodrigo Marti Ascencio, Senior Manager (Engineer) Advisor Relations US & Canada, Softtek
  • Aida Uriarte, Director, Sofftek
  • Cristin Balog, CMO, Nexient

 

 

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The Women Empowerment Chapter is chartered with promoting discussion among IAOP members on how outsourcing can be used as a powerful tool for women empowerment on a global basis. The chapter examines policies and practices for outsourcing that support women empowerment and creates opportunities for members to work together in addition to showcasing best practice examples for our members to adopt within their companies. The Women Empowerment Chapter will include members from the buyer, provider, advisor and academic communities.

Meeting Frequency:  The chapter shall meet as frequently as necessary to fulfill its duties and responsibilities.  Meeting Type:  Virtual

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