Speaker Parker founded Salesforce with Marc Benioff, Dave Moellenhoff, and Frank Dominguez in the spring of 1999. He oversees product strategy for Salesforce, from design to development to service delivery.
Speaker Sandy is the first global inclusion director at LinkedIn and has developed strategy to cultivate diversity in their workforce. She has published many articles on importance of a diverse pipeline.
Speaker Kathleen is the executive vice president of Human Resources at Microsoft and responsible for pushing the company’s cultural transformation forward so it can thrive in a mobile-first, cloud-first world..
Speaker Mary Lou Kelley is the president of e-commerce for Best Buy. In this role, Kelley leads BestBuy.com, the world’s 10th largest online retailer, along with the company’s overall digital strategy to advance Best Buy’s global ecommerce vision, retail omni-channel capabilities and online business. She is responsible for all of Best Buy’s global e-commerce channels, including BestBuy.com and mobile commerce.
Invited Speaker Patricia is vice president of Human Resources and director of the Intel Talent Organization at Intel Corporation. She leads a global organization aiming to make Intel’s diverse talent a major strategic advantage.
Invited Speaker Denise Menelly is Bank of America’s Shared Service Operations executive for Global Technology & Operations delivering industry leading banking solutions to retail, commercial and corporate clients in the U.S. and across more than 52 countries.
Speaker Nat is the chief technology officer and senior vice president of product and engineering for Intuit’s consumer tax group. He is an accomplished leader and has launched multiple innovative products.
Invited Speaker Brian Nosek, Executive Director of the Center for Open Science and a professor at the University of Virginia, works to increase openness, integrity, and reproducibility of scientific research.
Speaker Igor is a vice president of engineering at LinkedIn, where he works on search and data products, such as like People You May Know. He has published several scientific articles related to the educational, Biostatistical, data-mining and information retrieval fields.
Speaker Ross Smith is director of engineering at Microsoft, where he runs Skype customer feedback and data insights. He also is a member of the Leadership Council for AnitaB.org and co-chair for the GHC D&I Track.