Today, The Conference Board’s U.S. Human Capital Center announced the Members of its newly formed Advisory Board. The Board will assist in shaping the work of the Center and includes the following distinguished practitioners, business leaders, and thought leaders:
- Michelle Blieberg; former Senior Vice President of Talent Management and Corporate Human Resources, Time Warner
- Dr. Peter Cappelli; Director, Center for Human Resources, The Wharton School; Professor of Management, University of Pennsylvania
- Karen Ganzlin; Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer, TD Ameritrade
- Carl Camden; Founder and President, IPSE-U.S., The Association of Independent Workers
- Dr. Scott DeRue; Professor of Business and Dean, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, University of Michigan
- Fred Steckler; Chief Administrative Officer, US Patent & Trademark Office
- Dave Ulrich; Rensis Likert Professor, Ross School of Business, University of Michigan
- Karie Willyerd; Chief Learning Officer, VISA
- Jane Edison Stevenson; Vice Chairman, Board & CEO Services, Korn/Ferry International
- Ronald Williams; Chairman & CEO, RW2 Enterprises, LLC
“Few organizations are fortunate enough to have an Advisory Board with the vast expertise and perspectives of this one,” said Rebecca Ray, Ph.D., the Executive Vice President of Human Capital at The Conference Board and the leader of the Center. “We look forward to having this esteemed group provide ongoing guidance to The Conference Board as it helps companies and their executives navigate through the biggest human capital challenges of today and tomorrow.”
Learn more about The Conference Board’s Human Capital Center here.
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