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Ken Wheaton, Managing Editor, Ad Age moderated the “Saturday Morning” panel on day 2 of Talent@2030 2016. Panelists included Keith Cartwright, Executive Creative Director, BSSP, Geoff Edwards, Creative Executive, Creative Arts Agency, Jayanta Jenkins, Global Group Creative Director, Twitter, and Jimmy Smith, Founder and CCO, Amusement Park Entertainment.
Heidi Hackemar, Founder, Wolf & Wilhelmine moderated the “Setting The Right Course For The Future” panel on Day 2 of Talent@2030 2016. Panelists included Cindy Gallop, Entrepreneur & Renown Advertising Consultant and Jack Myers, Media Ecologist and Author.
Shareen Pathak, Managing Editor, Digiday moderates the “The Great Debat About Effective Practices That Integrate D&I Into Overall Talent Strategy” panel on Day 2 of Talent@2030 2016. Panelists included Cynthia Augustine, Global Chief Talent Officer, FCB, Frank Dobbin, Professor of Sociology, Harvard, Nancy Gill, Chief People Officer, Sitrion, and Jeffrey Siminoff, Vice President, Diversity and Inclusion, Twitter.
Keesha Jean-Baptiste, Human Resources Director, Wieden+Kennedy and Lauren Ranke, Director of Creative Recruiting, Wieden+Kennedy present “Conversations About Race: Getting Comfortable With The Uncomfortable” on Day 2 of Talent@2030 2016.
Gina Hadley, Co-Founder, Second Shift moderated the “Leveraging Executive Women In The Gig Economy” on Day 2 of Talent@2030 2016. Panelists included Dale Dwelle, Recruiting Manager, Pinterest, Carol Hansen, Senior Experience Designer, SapientNitro, and Gayle Troberman, Chief Marketing Officer, iHeartMedia.
Andrew Graff, Chief Executive Officer, allen & gerritsen moderates the “Mobility As A Retention Tool” panel on Day 2 of Talent@2030 2016. Panelists included Guilherme Alonso, Account Director, Havas Media Brazil, Shana Getchell, Account Director, Havas Worldwide New York, Charlotte Lacombe, Account Director (Directrice Conseil), Havas Worldwide Paris, and Paul Marobella, CEO, Havas Chicago Group.
Chris Weil, Chairman/CEO, Momentum Worldwide moderates the “Purpose In Action” panel on Day 2 of Talent@2030 2016. Panelists Marie-Claire Barker, Chief Talent Officer, MEC, LaToya I. Jordan, Director of Talent Management & Diversity, JetBlue, and Jim Moriarty, Director of Brand Citizenship, 72andSunny.
Arthur Woods, Co Founder, Imperative presents “The Intersection of Purpose and Talent Retention” on Day 2 of Talent@2030 2016.
Tim Cecere, Managing Partner, Chief Talent Officer and Director of Human Resources, GroupM Worldwide and Eileen Benwit, Chief Talent Officer, Horizone Media welcome back guests to Day 2 of Talent@2030 2016.
Nancy Hill, President & CEO, 4A’s moderates conversation with Michael Fanuele, Chief Creative Officer, General Mills about “Clients Changing The Games” on Day 1 of Talent@2030 2016.
Suzy Walther Yarnall , Global Head of Talent at Bloomberg LP and Justin Tobin, Founder and President of DDG present “Future Proof Your Talent Management” on Day 1 of Talent@2030.
The 4A’s has revealed findings of two new surveys about diversity. One survey found that 4A’s members reported the industry hasn’t done enough to improve diversity within its ranks, while another showed that consumers believe strides have been made in the portrayal of diversity in ads during the past five years.