It is MichBIO's pleasure to bring to you a webinar that answers the question:
How do you Operationalize Your HR Diversity Promise for Real Change?
Increasingly company's have made commitments to hire diverse candidates at all levels of their organizations. But without a talent strategy and an examination of hiring practices, many companies will fail to deliver on that promise even with the best intentions.
Join a panel of HR experts for a discussion on operationalizing a diversity in hiring promise.
Danica joined the Frazier Life Sciences team as Director of Human Capital in 2019. She focuses on executive-level talent assessments, organizational diligence, development programs, and alignment of talent strategies and resources that accelerate growth for Frazier’s investments. Danica joined Frazier as Director of Human Capital on the Frazier Growth Buyout team in 2018 and since 2019 has led the Human Capital program for the Frazier Life Sciences team.
Bill Domann founded The Domann Organization in San Francisco in 1988. Combining his previous experience in search and his educational background, Bill started one of the first search firms focused exclusively on leadership for the Life Sciences. Over the course of 25 years, he has transformed his many years of Life Sciences industry knowledge, trusted relationships, and modern market insight into a proven recruitment methodology. The firm has grown from one office to four, located in San Francisco, San Diego, Los Angeles, California. and Madison,
Scott Ayotte joined the Division of Inclusion and Equity at Grand Valley State University in 2017 as the Director of Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity. In this role, Scott partners with university leadership to foster an inclusive environment for faculty, staff, and students. Scott oversees the university’s affirmative action program, consults with university leadership on inclusive talent acquisition and retention, and provides leadership and oversight of the Inclusion Advocates Program. In addition to his leadership role at the University, he is also a lead consultant for the Inclusion and Equity Institute at GVSU where he delivers strategic DEI solutions for local and regional organizations. His primary areas of expertise include inclusive talent acquisition, organizational development, talent management, and strategic planning.
Moderator Diane Bouis, PhD, Innovation Manager, Venture Accelerator, UM Tech Transfer
When: February, 18, 2021 - 12:00 to 1:00 PM
Where: Virtual Event
Cost: Free for members, $19 for nonmembers
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