Michael Kimmel

Michael Kimmel, Ph.D.

2017 Spring Meeting Keynote Speaker
Distinguished Professor of Sociology and Gender Studies , SUNY
Executive Director, Center for the Study of Men and Masculinities
Michael is one of the world’s leading experts on men and masculinities. He consults widely with corporations, NGOs, and public sector organizations on gender equity issues.

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Aubrey Blanche

Aubrey Blanche

2017 Spring Meeting Speaker
Global Head, Diversity & Inclusion, Atlassian
Aubrey works with partners across the tech industry to define new standards for company transparency, reporting, and investment in diversity and inclusion. She relies on social science research and methodologies to understand the psychological and structural barriers to achieving full representation and inclusion.

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LaFawn Davis

LaFawn Davis

2017 Spring Meeting Speaker
Global Head of Culture & Inclusion, Twilio
LaFawn is a strategic leader with 15 years of experience in cultural change. She focuses on elevating core values, leadership principles, inclusion, diversity, and belonging through creative methods of education, inspiration, and global employee engagement.

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John Ficken

John Ficken, Ph.D

2017 Spring Meeting Facilitator
CEO, Quotidian Group
John has spent more than 20 years helping leaders and their teams handle increasingly complex business challenges with more passion, focus, and efficiency. He also has a substantial background in measurement, statistics, and technology, having worked for 10 years in programming and data analysis.

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Molly Gantz

Molly Gantz

2017 Spring Meeting Speaker
Senior Director, Talent & Development, Enterprise Technology & Operations for Corporate Technology, Thomson Reuters
Molly has over 20 years experience in leading large scale change, driving employee engagement, diversity and inclusion, and culture transformation. She is passionate about increasing gender diversity and inclusion at Thomson Reuters and leads its Technology Diversity Champions team.

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