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23 February, 2021 | 8:00 AM PT | 4:00 PM GMT
Embracing diversity and inclusion isn’t just the right thing to do—it’s also good for business. Join us to learn how to improve performance with programs that go beyond tracking demographics and instead spark meaningful changes in employee hiring, retention, and development.
In 2021, companies are prioritizing diversity and inclusion (D&I). What may have begun as a reactionary program is now top priority. These D&I initiatives aren’t just the right thing to do; they’re good for business. Companies with diverse boards and executive teams have up to 36% better financial performance.
Hear from D&I thought leaders as they discuss critical requirements for creating diversity programs that spark real change.
What does a successful D&I program look like in practice? Hear about the D&I initiatives that Schneider Electric, Fujitsu, and Oracle are prioritizing for 2021. Learn how they’ve navigated the challenges of social unrest and a pandemic, as well as their vision for the future.
There is no single benchmark or simple solution for addressing D&I. Depending on your geography, industry, or regulatory environment, D&I programs look very different. Get insight into how you can make the systemic changes that embed D&I in everyday business practices and processes.
Senior Director, HCM Product Marketing, Oracle
Kelly Metcalf is the Head of Diversity, Inclusion and Wellbeing for Fujitsu Northern and Western Europe. Kelly has held a variety of senior roles during her fifteen years at Fujitsu, including Head of Organization Design and Change and European-wide HR Generalist roles. She is passionate about creating an environment where everyone can be completely themselves at work and advocating the links between employee wellbeing and inclusion. Kelly started her career at BAE Systems and has spent time in global client management and Responsible Business roles. She has a young family and loves running, swimming, and being outdoors.
Rocky Mitarai is a Senior Director of Product Marketing, and heads product marketing for the Oracle Cloud HCM business. He has a passion for HCM, with experiences from organizations like Adobe, where he led marketing efforts for virtual learning solutions, and Saba where he drove marketing strategy for a broad portfolio of talent management solutions. He enjoys working with customers, learning their stories, and sharing ways to make work more human.
Tina Mylon is the SVP of Talent and Diversity for Schneider Electric. She joined the company in April 2016. In her position, she serves as Chief Talent and Diversity Officer and is responsible for the talent strategy and transformation at the Group level, including talent acquisition, employer branding, leadership, development and learning, organization effectiveness, succession planning, diversity, equity and inclusion and well-being. She and her team work with the company’s businesses, functions and operations to ensure a robust supply of great, diverse talent for Schneider Electric’s long-term success.
Previously, Tina worked for BASF. During her tenure she served as VP of Talent for North America overseeing talent management and talent acquisition and VP of Talent Development and Learning with responsibilities for global learning and development.
Earlier, Tina was a Principal at Aon Hewitt (now Kincentric) in the Talent and Organization practice. She consulted with HR and business leaders representing a wide array of industries in the areas of talent management, M&A and post-merger integration, organizational effectiveness, diversity and inclusion, HR strategy and change management. Also, she served as the Global Leader of 'Insights and Innovations' Research, to drive global research for the firm.
Tina is a recognized global expert and speaker on topics of talent. Her particular interest is in the area of talent management for large global organizations with diverse workforces. Her work has appeared in numerous journals, including People & Strategy, Across the Board, World at Work Journal, Human Resource Executive, and Human Resource Planning. She also is a regular speaker at various organizations and conferences.
Tina graduated from Brown University magna cum laude, earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in U.S. and Latin American history. She earned her Masters of Business Administration with a concentration in strategy and leadership from Yale University. Tina, her husband and two children currently reside near Boston, MA, one of Schneider Electric’s global hubs.
Dan Schawbel is a New York Times bestselling author and the Managing Partner of Workplace Intelligence, a research and advisory firm helping HR adapt to trends, drive performance and prepare for the future. He is the bestselling author of three career books: Back to Human, Promote Yourself and Me 2.0. Schawbel is also the host of the 5 Questions podcast, where he interviews world-class business leaders like Reed Hastings, Meg Whitman, Richard Branson, Beth Comstock, and Steve Schwarzman. Throughout his career, Dan has been recognized on several lists including Inc. Magazine’s “30 Under 30”, Forbes Magazine’s “30 Under 30”, Business Insider’s “40 Under 40”, BusinessWeek’s “20 Entrepreneurs You Should Follow,” and as one of Workforce Magazine’s “Game Changers”.
Traci Wade has been employed with Oracle for over 16 years. She had the pleasure to work as an Oracle Talent Advisor where she assisted with building diverse pipelines of talents. In 2009, Traci had an unique opportunity to launch the diversity and inclusion team as the Senior Diversity and Inclusion Consultant.
In July 2018, she was promoted into the Senior Director, Diversity and Inclusion role. In this role, Traci is responsible for leading a team that is committed to building a diverse and inclusive culture within Oracle. She is leading this initiative by engaging our executive leaders in creating strategies to increase awareness of the business impact and value of diversity and inclusion.
Traci serves on the Advisory Council for Cal Poly, School of Business and Board Advisor to Advancing Minorities Interest in Engineering.