CHROs from leading and diverse industries/businesses (including Freddie Mac and Nestle USA) with a facilitated discussion of current and future issues, challenges and solutions for senior HR leaders.
Panelists:Elizabeth Marengo, Head of Diversity & Inclusion, Nestlé USA
Jacqueline M. Welch, Chief Human Resources Officer and Chief Diversity Officer, Freddie MacMichele Rinn, CAE, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, Sr. Vice President of Human Resources, NRECAAmy Rossi, Vice President of Employee Experience, Expel
Registration breakfast social: 7:45am to 8:30am
Program: 8:30am to 10:00am
Networking: 10:00am to 10:30am
Head of Diversity & Inclusion
Elizabeth Marengo is the Head of Diversity & Inclusion for Nestlé USA. She is responsible for leading the Nestlé’s D&I strategy to ensure that Nestlé continues to build a diverse talent pipeline, maintains an inclusive culture and ensure the right governance structure is in place to meet the needs of the organization, which enables us to win as an organization.
Elizabeth has more than 18 years of experience in Human Resources with specialized experience in Talent Management, Organizational Development and Change Management where she leverages her strategic experience to achieve organizational goals while maintaining a strong ability to adjust to mixed, fast-paced, changing environments. She holds a BA in Business Administration and a MA in Organization Development and Change Management.
Jacqueline M. Welch
Chief Human Resources Officer and Chief Diversity Officer
Jacqueline brings 20+ years of experience in HR, inclusion and diversity strategy and execution to Freddie Mac partnering with the senior team to mobilize and activate people to drive business results. As head of HR, Jacqueline leads a team of experts in the optimal delivery of HR functions such as talent management, compensation, total well-being, analytics and workforce technology along with emerging business drivers such as artificial intelligence. As Chief Diversity Officer, Jacqueline leads Freddie Mac’s inclusion and diversity strategy along with required diversity reporting to the Federal Housing Finance Agency.
Michelle Rinn, CAE, SPHR, SHRM-SCP
Sr. Vice President of Human Resources
NRECA is a national trade association representing the rural electric cooperative industry. Michelle leads the development and implementation of talent management and total rewards programs for NRECA’s workforce. She is also responsible for delivering solutions to address electric cooperatives’ workforce challenges. Michele has over 20 years of experience as an HR executive in national trade associations. She has also been responsible for leading functional areas such as IT, Facilities, Creative Services and Membership and served as Board Corporate Secretary. She has an MBA from Marymount University and BA from William & Mary.
Vice President of Employee Experience
Amy has more than 20 years’ experience in human resources, talent management, and learning and development. Prior to joining Expel, Amy was vice president of talent management at MicroStrategy. Before that, she served in human resources and talent management roles at AOL, comScore, Network Solutions and CareerBuilder. Amy’s leading the charge to make Expel a place where everyone wants to work. Expel is the leader in making customers smile when they hear the term “managed security”.
Amy graduated from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo with a B.S. in Recreation Administration and a Minor in Dance and has completed coursework in adult education at George Mason University.
HRCI & SHRM Credit available to attendees
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