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Asher Cooper
Asher Cooper

The Right Tech Exec To Lead Diversity And Inclu...

Will leads sales, field engineering, and partner enablement at Arm, helping some of the world's most innovative organizations leverage the newest technologies to ready themselves for the next wave of digital transformation. From IP to AI, Will's unique insight has helped the world's technology leaders transform their products and operations.Will joined Arm in 2004 and has held a number of leadership roles, including General Manager of Arm's Physical Design group. Before joining Arm, he worked in product management positions at Celoxica, Infineon Technologies, and Loughborough Sound Images. He serves on the board of EnPro Industries and holds a BEng from Sheffield Hallam University, UK.

The Right Tech Exec to Lead Diversity and Inclu...

The focus of this program is on identifying and building key conceptual models you can apply to your organization dynamically. These models include: unconscious biases, promoting behavioral change, redefining leadership, recognition of dimensions of diversity, and reinforcing patterns of (dis)engagement.

Business and HR leaders should keep in mind that the use of a technology on its own will never be enough to execute a diversity and inclusion strategy. Still, diversity and inclusion tools can support strategy in a number of ways, including helping to uncover and avoid bias during the recruitment and interview process, training employees on recognizing bias, and tracking the organization's progress toward its goals.

Since joining the NBA in 2017, Bhagavathula and his team have executed significant digital transformations. These include several cutting-edge technology initiatives that have impacted management of high-speed arena and global networks, cloud-based enterprise infrastructure, fan-facing systems that deliver content, data engineering teams and self-service workflows through automation.

As President of Administration for the NBA, Kyle Cavanaugh oversees the global facilities, benefits, information technology, security, risk management, internal audit, diversity and inclusion, people and culture, and administration affairs of the league and its related entities. His responsibilities also include administration of leaguewide team programs, including benefit and pension plans, the team air charter program and insurance programs.

Her specialties include trademark law, copyright law and technology law. Deutsch was named to her current position in January 2016, after serving as Senior Vice President and Deputy General Counsel since February 2014. Deutsch also previously served as Senior Vice President & Chief Intellectual Property Counsel. She joined NBA Properties in January 1998.

Prior to joining the NBA in January 2023, Ellis previously worked at New York University (NYU) where she served as Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer since 2016. While at NYU, Ellis led core HR services across all business and academic functions for a global employee population of 26,000 in 13 countries spanning the United States, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia, including degree-granting campuses in New York, Abu Dhabi and Shanghai. Focusing on inclusive leadership, Ellis collaborated across all NYU schools and units in the development and execution of numerous groundbreaking programs to recruit and retain a world-class workforce. Under her leadership, NYU launched several firsts, including its Youth Program Compliance Office, Employee Engagement Unit and university-wide Onboarding Center.

Working with Basketball Operations, Hellmuth leads the technical development of the Replay Center and its integration in NBA telecasts and content. Under his direction, the NBA installed SportVU Player Tracking technology in every venue for the 2013-14 season, making the NBA the first major U.S. professional sports league to quantify and analyze player movement in live-game action throughout an entire season.

Previously, Slaton Brown co-founded Curated Pathways to Innovation (CPI), a personalized learning platform focused on increasing the number of women and people of color in technology and other industries. Earlier in her career, she spent 20 years with Hewlett-Packard Company, where she rose to Director, Global Diversity and Executive on Loan, following roles within multicultural and global philanthropy, leading key efforts in Senegal, West Africa.

When leaders take visible action on diversity, inclusion and belonging (DIB), and show knowledge of the issue, they send a clear message that this is a priority for our business. Diverse teams are proven to outperform homogenous ones, but they need to be led inclusively.

To defeat the easy peril of tokenism, think in terms of systems, not gestures. Review all aspects of HR affecting diversity, from recruitment to pay scale to career mobility and financial wellness benefits. By addressing the core system, we can impact all related actions and create sustainable long-term equality and a more diverse and inclusive workplace. - Neha Mirchandani, BrightPlan

A key strategy in achieving workplace diversity and avoiding tokenism is for senior leadership to sponsor diverse, mid-career, high-potential talent. This will drive inclusive behaviors, better leveraging the increased diversity of talent that can typically be found at the middle and frontline management levels. Additionally, it will help establish a robust internal pipeline of diverse future senior leaders. - Bradley D. Soto, Anthem, Inc.

Trish joined Synchrony from BlackRock where she was Managing Director for the Financial Markets Advisory Group and leader of the Strategic Consulting practice. Prior to joining BlackRock in 2016, Trish had more than two decades of consulting experience in financial services, retail, consumer, high tech, and various service-based industries. Trish was a senior level Partner and Managing Director in the Financial Services practice at the Boston Consulting Group for six years where she co-led the financial services transformation and technology practice responsible for leading multiple large-scale global business transformation efforts. Prior to BCG, Trish was a Partner at McKinsey & Company for 11 years where she held several leadership roles in the Financial Services and Technology and Operations practices.

Diversity & Inclusion: As the largest managed care organisation in the USA, the Kaiser Permanente labour force reflects no racial majority, with nearly 60% of the staff comprising of people of colour. Additionally, three-quarters of all employees, nearly half of the executive team, and more than one-third of their physicians are women. Part of the diversity agenda is to provide culturally-acceptable medical care and culturally-appropriate services to all of the 140 cultures currently represented in the population of the US. The company also ranked in the Hall of Fame on DiversityInc.

We are proud to be a member of the Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index, recognizing our continued focus and progress toward gender diversity and equality. The reference index measures gender equality across five pillars: female leadership and talent pipeline, equal pay and gender pay parity, inclusive culture, sexual harassment policies and pro-women brand. We continue to evaluate our process to advance gender parity in SVB leadership roles and ensure fair pay. We publish a Gender Pay Gap Report for our UK office annually.

At every level, from our teams and leaders to our communications and programs. We strive to reach and support all communities, within and outside of the business, creating a space that encourages a diversity of perspectives.

Republican Member of the Senate Judiciary Committee seeks an experienced Counsel to advance his Committee priorities. An ideal candidate will have experience with the following issues: criminal justice, civil liberties, intellectual property, tech policy, and judicial nominations. Primary responsibilities include (1) preparing Senator for committee hearings and executive meetings; (2) developing and executing conservative policy agenda; (3) conducting oversight of federal agencies including DOJ, FBI, and BOP; (4) reviewing and advising on judicial nominations and executive nominations within portfolio; and (5) managing committee staff, detailees, and law clerks.

Republican Senator seeks a talented and motivated Counsel to join his personal office in DC. Qualified candidates must have excellent writing skills, attention to detail, the ability to work quickly under tight deadlines, and be a team player. The position requires strategic thinking, the ability to work independently, and outstanding legal, analytical, oral and written communication skills. Constituent outreach and engagement are important components of the job. Responsibilities include planning and executing legislative strategy, managing diverse legislative issues, building coalitions, preparing for hearings, and writing memos, remarks, and talking points. Interested applicants must have a record of leadership and initiative. Previous Hill experience not required. An ideal candidate will possess a passion for public service, is detail oriented, is able to work collaboratively, and can work in a fast-paced environment while being entrepreneurial, resilient, transparent, and decisive in achieving policy objectives. The ideal candidate will also have a JD, law journal experience, and be barred to practice law with one to three years of legal experience. Interested applicants should email their resume and a brief writing sample to indicating the job title in the subject line.

Brendan first began working for the company during summer breaks in high school. After joining the company full time, he took on roles of increasing responsibility in field construction, project management, and executive leadership. Brendan isthe 5th generation of the Bechtel family to lead the company.

Cabrera earned his M.S. and Ph.D. in cognitive psychology from Georgia Tech, which he attended as a Fulbright Scholar. He also holds a B.S. and an M.S. in computer and electrical engineering from Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. His academic publications have been cited thousands of times, and he has been featured or quoted in leading media around the world. 041b061a72


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