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Robin leads Bersin by Deloitte’s Talent Acquisition function where she researches best practices, develops frameworks and tools, conducts industry surveys, and writes reports. Drawing on over 20 years in Human Capital consulting and her academic research, Robin is a frequent speaker and writer on talent management issues, including talent acquisition, retention, and employee engagement.
Angie Wesley is SVP, Head of Talent Acquisition at TIAA, a Fortune 100 financial services organization and leading provider of retirement services in the academic, research, medical, and cultural fields. She oversees all aspects of talent acquisition strategy and execution, partnering closely with business leaders across the firm to deliver human capital hiring plans, diversity and inclusion sourcing strategies, executive staffing, college relations and analytics. Angie joined TIAA in 2014 and is located in the Charlotte, NC, office.
Angie is an experienced HR executive who has served in senior leadership roles at Fortune 500 companies. With more than 20 years of human resources and sales experience in financial services, Angie has expertise in key areas such as HR generalist, talent acquisition, organization design, organization effectiveness, talent planning and performance management. She has consistently achieved success in supporting business objectives and driving improved organizational performance.
Prior to joining TIAA, Angie spent 15 years at Wells Fargo, one of the world’s largest financial institutions, where she served as a Senior Recruiting Leader and Senior HR Generalist, supporting multiple business areas during her tenure. She previously held a sales leadership role with Aerotek Employment Services, ensuring top level sales and expansion of new territories.
Angie is a Talent Acquisition board member of i4cp, on the Talent Acquisition Executives Council of The Conference Board and on the CEO’s Innovation Council (CIC) for Yello. She is a member of the Association for Latin Professionals for America (ALPFA), National Association of Black Accountants (NABA), Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) and National Association of Professional Women (NAPW).
Angie received a bachelor’s of science in communications with a focus in public relations and marketing from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
Marvin is a talent sourcing practitioner that focuses on strategies and initiatives that best respond to talent acquisition in the digital era. Those approaches include recruitment marketing, creating talent pipelines and communities, and leveraging technology to put the human touch back into talent acquisition. Marvin’s role with Lockheed Martin involves creating critical talent pipelines and specialized communities of talent. Prior to his current role, Marvin held positions in strategic talent sourcing, social recruiting & recruitment marketing program management with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation; Blackberry; and Microsoft. Previously he was a recruiter/recruiting leader with SMB organizations and early stage tech companies.
Marvin is active in several talent acquisition non-profit initiatives including the Talent Board’s CandE Bar Advisory Council, which consists of multiyear winners of the Candidate Experience Award. Currently, Marvin is President of the Board of Trustees of the Northwest Recruiters Association, a leading professional organization for talent acquisition and is a co-founder and board member of Sourcing 7, a community of talent sourcers.
Bethany Brodsky has spent most of her career identifying talent and coaching leaders. She fell in love with this work initially as a technical recruiter, which played to her strengths of talking up strangers she encountered and connecting the dots. She eventually moved in-house and helped grow Netflix from 300 to 1500 employees and lead it through the major transformation of shipping DVDs to the robust streaming service it is today. After six years of aggressive growth, Bethany left to focus on startups big and small. In 2017 after 5 years away, she returned to Netflix as the Vice President of HR for Product and Engineering. The unique experience of rejoining a company has given her valuable perspective about what growth means and how employees and leadership can evolve. It has also led her to a deeper understanding on the significance of creating a strong culture from the beginning. Bethany is also incredibly passionate about helping women advocate for themselves in their careers and teaches job-offer negotiation strategies. Outside the office, you can find Bethany biking, running, or playing in a park nearby their home in Palo Alto, CA with her husband and two small sons.