PricewaterhouseCoopers Florida, Human Resources and Administrative Leader
As the Human Resources and Administrative Leader for PwC's Florida market, Kimberly leads the HR and Administrative teams that support PwC's six offices throughout the state of Florida. She is responsible for creating market strategy for Florida's 700 staff and partners that will support firmwide People priorities and support functions. She is also responsible for the market's HR and administrative daily operations, which include the HR generalist, campus recruiting, experienced recruiting, and HR specialist functions, as well as the administrative assistant, office services, and records functions. Prior to her leadership role in the Florida market, she was a director within PwC's national Office of Diversity and was also the Diversity Leader for the Los Angeles office. In these roles, Kimberly created and implemented national diversity strategy focused on women's, minority, and LGBT initiatives. Kimberly graduated with Bachelor of Accountancy and Master of Accountancy degrees from the University of Oklahoma, and became certified as a public accountant in Texas in 1991. She is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management, the Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting, the National Association of Black Accountants, and the American Institute of Public Accountants.
Principal, SMG Consulting
Susan Gilbert is a nationally recognized health care strategist, speaker and consultant experienced in leveraging cultural sensitivity and inclusion as business imperatives. Susan founded SMG Consulting a firm that specializes in helping health care client organizations build cultural competence and inclusion in their strategic formulation. She works with organizations to develop their strategy to build a diverse workforce and serve their customers in a culturally sensitive, patient centered environment. Susan advises clients as they design and implement inclusion strategies that impact the overall performance of the organization.
Formerly Associate Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion at MD Anderson Cancer Center, Susan provided leadership and direction in the development, implementation and measurement of all diversity programs for the Cancer Centers 18,000-employee workforce.
Susan earned her BS and MS degrees at The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives and a Certified Diversity Manager. She is active in her community and is a founding member of the American Leadership Council on Diversity.
CHRISTINA E. CHAPLIN
International Development Manager Executive Education - IE Business School
With more than 10 years professional experience in administration, marketing and development between the Education and Human Resources companies, in both the private and public sectors, Christina worked for four years for international executive recruiting firm, Signium International, and for four years for the City of Baltimore in youth education and development. She is currently IE Business Schools International Development Manager for Executive Education based out of Madrid.Born in Boston,
Christina has studied in both the United States and Spain, and holds B.A.s in International Relations and Spanish Language & Literature, both from Johns Hopkins University, and a Master's in Marketing from Universidad Rey Juan Carlos in Madrid, Spain.
PricewaterhouseCoopers Corporate Responsibility Leader
Shannon Schuyler has been with PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) for fifteen years and is currently the Corporate Responsibility (CR) Leader and an Officer of the Board for the PwC Charitable Foundation. She oversees the actions, programs and initiatives for the firm's global internal strategy around PwC's four CR pillars: Marketplace, Community, People, and Environment.
In this role, she identifies and implements employee engagement strategies aligned to CR efforts, interacts with suppliers and vendors to understand and asses their sustainability impact, oversees national and global non-profit partners, including UNGC LEAD and the CEO Water Mandate as well as youth education focused organizations, has ownership for the firm's environmental impact, widely communicates about PwC's CR commitment and the strategic importance of responsible leadership in the broader marketplace.
Shannon is a sought after expert on CR, social innovation, and youth education. She has worked closley with the Department of Education on the importance of environmental literacy and related curriculum. Shannon has also served as an advisor to the national government on the role of business in enhancing a culture of service and fostering social innovation.
Shannon also spends a percentage of time dedicated to the firm's external client facing practice, Sustainability Business Solutions, facilitating discussions with clients on their approach to CR and offering guidance on establishing a CR framework, employee engagement strategies and communications.
Prior to this role, Shannon led the firm's Alumni Relations efforts and oversaw the PwC's 'Great Place to Work' efforts. Before joining PwC, Shannon was an executive recruiter with a focus on placing senior level actuaries in insurance and professional services organizations.
Sustainability Services and Technology Recruiter - Waste Management, Inc.
Rons background spans many industries, including technology, media, publishing, banking, insurance, and IT consulting. HR Examiner ranks him in the top 25 among both talent-management influencers and human resources influencers. He will receive the Strategic Leadership Award for HR Excellence by the World HRD Congress in Mumbai, India in February 2012. He sits on the Executive Online Panel at McKinsey Consulting. He is member of the Human Captial Institutes expert advisory panel on Talent Management Strategy. In 2008 he was named HR Person of the year with inclusion to the HR Hall of Fame by the HR Network of NYC.
He is the principal consultant at Strategy Focused HR. He has consulted with many clients in publishing, media and entertainment sector. His work has been featured in INC. Magazine, Wall St. Journal, Crains New York Business, Canadian Business, Workforce Management and Chief Learning Officer Magazine.
He has held senior level roles in publishing and technology. He was the former VP Human Resources/OD at Martha Stewart Living, serving on the board of her personal foundation. Prior to that role he was a senior executive at IBM Global Learning Service.
He is a frequent webinar leader, panelist on relevant topics as leadership modeling, career development, onboarding and talent management. His primary focus is Human Resources from a strategic vantage point.
Rons blog StrategyFocusedHR has been featured on the best of list for all the major HR/Talent Management Blogs. It is also distributed internationally in the UK, Canada and India
Vice President of Global Talent Acquisition - Campbell Soup Company
As Vice President of Global Talent Acquisition at the Campbell Soup Company, AnnMarie is responsible for creating the talent acquisition strategy to ensure their ability to attract and on-board best in class talent throughout their businesses.
This includes the identification of entry-level talent, through college and university programs; and experienced candidates, through open forums such as national diversity recruiting events and social media recruiting. AnnMarie also leads the process of identifying executive candidates, and was successful in creating strong in-house executive search capabilities, providing for substantial savings to the organization.
Additionally, AnnMarie has a strong interest in how the Human Resources and Talent Acquisition function can bring sustainability into their processes and practices. As a result, she has been interviewed and invited to speak on the topic at multiple venues.
AnnMarie officially joined Campbell in early 2010 as the Vice President-Global Talent Acquisition, however she began her consulting relationship with them in 2003, a year after she began Gulian & Associates LLC, a talent management consulting firm. Other clients have included the Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia, Arkema, DuPont, Alliance Consulting, as well as many other technology clients.
AnnMarie has more than 20 years of experience in the recruitment, assessment and selection of management employees. Prior to founding Gulian & Associates, she was the Vice President of Staffing and College Relations at ARAMARK Corporation. Earlier in her career, she worked for Bell Atlantic (now Verizon), Systems & Computer Technology (now Sungard), Dun & Bradstreet Software, and the American International Group, where she held generalist positions.
AnnMarie earned her B.A. degree in political science and business management from Nazareth College and her M.B.A. from Pennsylvania State University. Ann Marie is a member of the Board of Trustees for Nazareth College of Rochester, NY and an advisor to MyStaffingPro.
AnnMarie lives in the Philadelphia suburbs with her husband and daughter..
Director University Relations & Recruiting - KPMG
Sean Treccia is the Midwest Director of University Relations and Recruiting for KPMG LLP - one of the Big 4 accounting firms. Based in Chicago, Sean leads a team of 25 people that hire 600 interns and entry-level associates into eight offices - from about 30 colleges/universities. In addition, Sean is part of the national leadership team serving in co-lead roles for the marketing, global internship, and Living Green programs. He has developed several initiatives including the KPMG Living Green Case Competition. Sean has been with KPMG since 2003. Prior to that, he worked in marketing and recruiting roles at UPS, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, and Official Airline Guides. He has an undergraduate degree from the University of Illinois-Urbana/Champaign and an MBA from the Kellogg School of Business at Northwestern University.
Manager, Corporate Programs at Ceres, Inc.
Glenn is a manager in the Corporate Program driving the implementation of projects related to The 21st Century Corporation: Ceres Roadmap for Sustainability. The Roadmap is a framework for integrating sustainability into the DNA of business. It establishes 20 expectations in four broad areas that are key for corporate sustainability: governance, stakeholder engagement, disclosure, and performance. The Roadmap provides a comprehensive platform for sustainable business strategy and for accelerating leading practices and improved performance.
Glenn joined Ceres in April 2011 after three years of advising a wide range of institutions on sustainability and corporate responsibility in Buenos Aires and Bogotá. He has more than twelve years of experience in strategic communications, program management, and institutional development. Glenn holds a Bachelors of Arts from Duke University in Social Justice and Leadership, and a Masters in International and Public Affairs from Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School.
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