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07 - 08 June, 2016

Learn how you can leverage both Diversity and Inclusion for business results that matter. Amid a dominant public discourse on race, immigration, faith, gender and sexuality, leading companies recognize they need to work hard to realize meaningful value with D&I. Get this right and you will reap the rewards of enhanced engagement, innovation, market growth and reputation.

At the 20th Annual D&I Conference, join go-to experts from leading organizations who will show you how to replicate their success. Actively turn new ideas into reality with the opportunity to collectively contribute to new trends and innovations that can invoke change in making the most of D&I in your organization.


Get involved!
For Sponsorship Opportunities, please contact Michael Felden at michael.felden@conferenceboard.org.

Registered? Connect with speakers, attendees, and more on Facebook 
Follow us on twitter: @conferenceboard; #tcbDiversity


For more on Diversity & Inclusion...
In a time of substantial transformation in the business and diversity & inclusion landscapes, the stakes are high. Building on The Conference Board report Developing a Competency Model for Diversity and Inclusion Practitioners, The Conference Board Diversity & Inclusion Lab provides D&I and human capital leaders with contemporary, and systems-oriented approaches, designed to shorten the path to meaningful results. For more information, visit https://www.conference-board.org/usdiversityandinclusionacademy/

This program  has been approved for 8.25 PDCs.
The Conference Board is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP.
Sponsored By
Neuroleadership Group - 2016 Diversity & Inclusion
Cisco - Diversity & Inclusion 2016 - Brand Sponsor
Marketing Partner
Catalyst 2016 Partnership
AGENDA
07 - 08 JUNE, 2016
NEW YORK MARRIOTT DOWNTOWN
07 - 08 June, 2016

Learn how you can leverage both Diversity and Inclusion for business results that matter. Amid a dominant public discourse on race, immigration, faith, gender and sexuality, leading companies recognize they need to work hard to realize meaningful value with D&I. Get this right and you will reap the rewards of enhanced engagement, innovation, market growth and reputation.

At the 20th Annual D&I Conference, join go-to experts from leading organizations who will show you how to replicate their success. Actively turn new ideas into reality with the opportunity to collectively contribute to new trends and innovations that can invoke change in making the most of D&I in your organization.


Get involved!
For Sponsorship Opportunities, please contact Michael Felden at michael.felden@conferenceboard.org.

Registered? Connect with speakers, attendees, and more on Facebook 
Follow us on twitter: @conferenceboard; #tcbDiversity


For more on Diversity & Inclusion...
In a time of substantial transformation in the business and diversity & inclusion landscapes, the stakes are high. Building on The Conference Board report Developing a Competency Model for Diversity and Inclusion Practitioners, The Conference Board Diversity & Inclusion Lab provides D&I and human capital leaders with contemporary, and systems-oriented approaches, designed to shorten the path to meaningful results. For more information, visit https://www.conference-board.org/usdiversityandinclusionacademy/

This program  has been approved for 8.25 PDCs.
The Conference Board is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP.

Scheduled Speakers 07 - 08 June, 2016

Scheduled Speakers 07 - 08 June, 2016
  • Nadine White, Director, Business Relevance, Office of Inclusion & Collaboration, Cisco
  • Rick Gomez, Executive Director Diversity &Inclusion, AT&T
  • Peter Weng, Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Search Inside Yourself Leadership Institute
  • Caroline A. Wanga, Vice-President, Diversity and Inclusion/Corporate Social Responsibility, Target
  • Richard J. Caturano, National Leader of Culture, Diversity and Inclusion, RSM US LLP
  • May Snowden, Program Director, The Conference Board
  • Valerie Purdie-Vaughns, Associate Professor, Psychology, Columbia University
  • Erica Dhawan, CEO, Cotential
  • Michael L. Wheeler, Director, Global Diversity & Inclusion Strategy & Business Insights, Merck & Co.
  • Mohammed Farshori, Lead Product Marketing Manager, Unified Communications & Collaboration (Wireless), AT&T
  • Alixandra Pollack, Director, Research, Catalyst
  • Lisa Gutierrez, Chief Diversity Officer, Cardinal Health, Inc.
  • Rebekah Steele, Diversity Breakthroughs , Sr. Fellow, D&I at The Conference Board
  • David Rock, Director, The Neuroleadership Institute
  • Dr. Mary Young, TCB Principal Researcher, The Conference Board
  • Nadia Younes, Diversity Advisor at International Monetary Fund - ‎International Monetary Fund
  • Ted Childs, Principal, Ted Childs LLC
  • Linda Leonard, Global Diversity and Inclusion Lead, Bristol-Myers Squibb
  • Rebekah Steele, Program Director, Diversity and Inclusion, The Conference Board
  • Michael Nila, Managing Partner, Blue Courage
  • Audrey Gallien, Director, Marketing, Catalyst
  • Arin Reeves, President, Nexions
  • Jorg Schmitz, Program Director, Diversity and Inclusion, The Conference Board
  • Michael Chamberlain, Vice President, Global Marketing, Catalyst
  • Tanya Odom, Global Diversity and Inclusion and Education Consultant; Executive Coach
  • Carly Sanchez, Executive Vice President, Head of Talent Acquisition, AA/EEO and Diversity Recruiting, Wells Fargo & Co
  • Mercedes Martin, Talent Development Executive Coach, E&Y
  • Dr. Terrence E. Maltbia, Associate Professor of Practice, Department of Organization and Leadership, Adult Learning & Leadership, Organizational & Social Psychology Programs; Faculty Director, Columbia Coaching Certification Program; Department of Organization and Leadership, Teachers College, Columbia University
  • Katinka Neuhof, Photographer, Writer, Disability Advocate
  • Jessica Beth Mayer, President, JB Access
  • John E. Colón, Consultant, Non-Profit Management and Organizational Development
  • Lindsay-Rae McIntyre, Human Resources VP, IBM Leadership Succession Planning and Chief Diversity Officer
  • Cheryl Williams, Vice President, International Relations, Professor - Communication, Concordia University, Irvine
  • John Kemp, President and CEO, The Viscardi Centre
  • Arin Reeves, President, Nexions, Author, "The Next IQ: The Next Generation of Intelligence for 21st Century Leaders"
  • Marcelle W. Davis, MBA, Workforce Diversity Specialist, Office of Diversity and Inclusion, The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
  • Veronika Hucke, Founder & Director, D&I Strategy and Solutions
  • Andy Lee, Chief Mindfulness Officer, Aetna
Sponsored By
Neuroleadership Group - 2016 Diversity & Inclusion
Cisco - Diversity & Inclusion 2016 - Brand Sponsor
Marketing Partner
Catalyst 2016 Partnership