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Gale Britton is the managing partner of a consulting practice where she focuses on Diversity and Inclusion strategy, education, recruitment, and leadership development; utilizing over thirty years of corporate experience as well as fifteen years serving on non-profit boards.

Gale Britton is the managing partner of a consulting practice where she focuses on Diversity and Inclusion strategy, education, recruitment, and leadership development; utilizing over thirty years of corporate experience, which includes nineteen years at Prudential Financial, serving as the VP of Recruitment and the VP of Diversity and Inclusion; as well as fifteen years serving on non-profit boards. She has focused on uplifting and empowering marginalized communities. Her firm assesses and provides customized solutions for employers seeking to create and maintain a more inclusive work environment. Gale is presently working with Securian Financial, Partners for Women and Justice a non-profit that provide pro-bono legal services to women who have been the victims of domestic violence, and MCA Security.

Sandy Haddad is founder of C Change Partners, a Change Management Consulting practice, based in the Twin Cities. Sandy’s corporate experience includes 18 years in HR leadership roles at General Mills, where she developed Change Management capability and led culture strategy for the company’s workplace of the future.

Sandy Haddad is founder of C Change Partners, a Change Management Consulting practice, based in the Twin Cities. Sandy’s corporate experience includes 18 years in HR leadership roles at General Mills, where she developed Change Management capability and led culture strategy for the company’s workplace of the future. As a seasoned Change Management professional, Sandy is passionate about partnering with leaders to achieve organizational change through engagement and buy-in of their people. Sandy collaborates with companies of all sizes on Change Management, Facilitation, Training and HR Strategy initiatives. Her projects include: enterprise-wide Change Management strategy and roll-out plans to support a branding launch; alternative workplace strategy; executive team development; strategic planning facilitation; and customer input sessions for a Consumer Marketing team. Sandy's training in Change Management includes: Prosci, Kotter International (John Kotter), the Implementation Institute, Cornell University Advanced HR Studies, and a Masters in Management/Human Resources from the University of Wisconsin in Madison.

Kathy Kacher is founder of Career/Life Alliance Services, based in Minneapolis, MN, is a workforce solutions specialist who has worked for over thirty years consulting with businesses on workforce transformation. 

Kathy Kacher is founder of Career/Life Alliance Services, based in Minneapolis, MN, is a workforce solutions specialist who has worked for over thirty years consulting with businesses on workforce transformation. Kathy is a faculty member at World at Work teaching Organizational Culture Change along with other key competencies organizations need to stay relevant in the fast-changing world of work. As a frequently requested, global speaker, Kathy shares her expertise in developing high functioning teams and organizations by optimizing their cultural business strategy. Kathy has a track record of partnering with senior teams and key talent to create competitive advantage through people. Kathy is particularly skilled in conducting organizational diagnostics; leading cultural integrations, branding & change initiatives; advising and coaching leaders; employee engagement & leadership development processes, and implementing innovation & growth strategies.

Celina Pagani-Tousignant is the president and founder of Normisur International, a management-consulting firm based in California specializing in corporate social responsibility, workforce development, work/life and leadership training.

Celina Pagani-Tousignant is the president and founder of Normisur International, a management-consulting firm based in California specializing in corporate social responsibility, workforce development, work/life and leadership training. Celina has over 20 years of international corporate experience. Her services include: executive briefings for senior leaders and board members, manager and worker training, project management, strategy development, organizational change management, executive coaching, facilitation, curriculum design, and speaking engagements in Employee Assistance Programs, Work/Life, Executive Coaching and CSR. Currently she is part of the faculty at the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship (BCCCC); World at Work (WAW), and the Centrum for Corporate Citizenship Deutschland (CCCD) in Berlin, Germany. Celina holds an Integral Coaching Certification from New Ventures West and John F. Kennedy University.

Tammy Palazzo is a work/life diversity subject matter expert and practitioner, where, during her two-decade career, she advised companies on matters related to diversity and inclusion, work/life practices and women's leadership.

Tammy Palazzo is a work/life diversity subject matter expert and practitioner, where, during her two-decade career, she advised companies on matters related to diversity and inclusion, work/life practices and women's leadership. While at Working Mother Media, she led corporate initiatives including the noteworthy Working Mother 100 Best Companies. She oversaw the research and publications team at Diversity Best Practices and was the principal researcher for studies and white papers regarding workforce management. Clients included MetLife, New York Life, Penn Mutual, and Guardian, among others.
 

Jim Ware is a former Harvard Business School professor who has invested his entire career in understanding what organizations must do to thrive in a rapidly changing world. He is a workplace futurist, a meeting design strategist, an accomplished author, and a keynote speaker.

Jim Ware is a former Harvard Business School professor who has invested his entire career in understanding what organizations must do to thrive in a rapidly changing world. He is a workplace futurist, a meeting design strategist, an accomplished author, and a keynote speaker. Jim is currently the managing editor of the widely acclaimed Work&Place management journal and a partner in the London-based FutureWork Forum. He is a recognized expert on new ways of working, with deep experience in designing flexible and distributed work programs. He has co-authored several books and research reports about the digital economy and its implications for leadership and organizational collaboration. His most recent book is Making Meetings Matter: How Smart Leaders Orchestrate Powerful Conversations in the Digital Age (Indie Books International, 2016). He also co-authored two key chapters in Conquering Digital Overload (Palgrave Macmillan, 2018) and was the principal editor for Work on the Move (IFMA Foundation, 2011). Jim holds PhD, M.A., and B.Sc. degrees from Cornell University and an MBA (With Distinction) from the Harvard Business School. He is a past president of the northern California chapter of the National Speakers Association and a former president of IFMA’s Corporate Real Estate Council. He lives and works in northern California.