Executive Director of Member Engagement, Human Capital
The Conference Board
Meg Gottemoeller is responsible for bringing the entire range of expertise, research, and programs available from The Conference Board to serve the needs of its members. She oversees more than 40 major conferences and other meetings, 28 councils, global webcasts, and a number of other programs related to the human capital practice at The Conference Board. Previously, she was director— webcast programs. During her three years in this role, she developed programming and production capability across the organization’s knowledge areas and geographic regions. She produced The Conference Board KnowlEdge Series®, The Conference Board Economics Watch®, and other internet-based programming for the United States, Europe, and Asia-Pacific.
From 2006 to 2008, she was the founding director of The Conference Board China Center for Economics and Business in Beijing, where she worked closely with founding members and established the China CEO Council. She also developed forums and exchanges between The Conference Board and research partners at China’s National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), Development Research Center of the State Council (DRC), Peoples’ Bank of China, and other organizations. She joined The Conference Board in 2004 as director of Asia-Pacifi c programs. In this role, she developed conferences and councils in the areas of human resources, talent management, shared services, and marketing and communications.
Before joining The Conference Board, Gottemoeller managed her own consulting fi rm, which focused on strategic management and leadership development in the global fi nancial services industry. She has held executive positions at The Chase Manhattan Bank and Merrill Lynch. She received a doctorate in human and organizational learning from The George Washington University.