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Jarvis Sam is the Director, Diversity Sourcing & Programs COE at Nike Inc.. In that role, he oversees the recruiting, partnerships, and programmatic infrastructure for the companies various D&I initiatives for both business and technical capacities related to Talent Acquisition. He collaborates closely with groups like Women Who Code, Girls in Tech, the Society of Black Engineers an MLT to build programs internally and externally to facilitate strong workplace diversity and inclusive hiring at Nike, Inc. Prior to Nike, Sam worked as the Head of Diversity & Inclusion at Snap, Inc., and as a Diversity recruiter and Program Manager at Google primarily focused on hiring military veterans and strong female talent to the company. Before that, he spent a tenure as an oil & gas consultant with Deloitte Consulting in Houston. Jarvis is a graduate of Rice University where he studied History, Public Policy, and Sport Management with emphasis in race and gender rhetoric. In his spare time, Jarvis plays volleyball and dances competitively. He resides in Portland, OR.
Angela Stansell is a Human Resources professional who has served in senior roles as an HR leader for over 20 years. Angela has supported various client groups including Engineering, Leadership Development, Global Supply Chain, Marketing, Digital, and Products. She is particularly passionate about being both an employee and business advocate and putting the right talent in the right role at the exact right time.
Angela is known for being a savvy leader who demonstrates deep HR acumen, sound judgment, and advocacy for our employees. She is also known for being warm and thoughtful and someone who displays personal courage and finesse to achieve peak results.
Prior to joining TIAA 4 years ago, Angela worked for General Electric for 13 years. There she held a variety of Human Resources Leadership roles for the GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy business and global manufacturing facilities in the United States, Canada and Japan.
Angela has also worked in Japan as an Assistant English Teacher, held Marketing and Team Leader positions with Sony Music International and has worked in the medical industry. She speaks Italian, Japanese, French, and some Southern.
Angela lives in Charlotte, is married to Ben and together they spend lots of time with their two sons. In her spare time she enjoys fitness, Zumba or most any kind of dance, cooking, reading, and the outdoors. She, Ben and the boys love traveling and make it a priority to explore and see new cities, countries and cultures.
Denise leads HR research for Bersin, Deloitte Consulting, LLP. She is an accomplished business partner and HR leader focused on identifying leading talent practices that drive higher business impact. Prior to joining Bersin, Denise spent 15 years working across the HR suite, focusing on talent acquisition, operations, and talent management. Her 19 years of experience include integrated talent program development, cross-functional campus recruitment, strategic onboarding and enterprise HR technology implementation. She holds a BA in English and has completed coursework toward a master’s degree in labor relations and human resources from the University of Rhode Island.
Caitlin Brophy is the Senior HR Manager for PepsiCo in Philadelphia, PA. In 2017, Caitlin and her team were awarded with one of three Global HR Excellence Awards from the CHRO for leading the local organization through a globally unprecedented situation in response to the Philadelphia Beverage Tax and the subsequent actions to right-size the business based on the new business realities. Pioneering and executing a robust talent leadership plan to help the remaining leaders, associates and frontline staff to be engaged and passionate about the business. She is also recognized as the Emerging Leader Program Manager and External Talent Acquisition Strategy Leader across the Northeast Region.
Prior to joining PepsiCo, Caitlin held various roles across the nation with the Boeing Company as well as roles with union and government organizations. Caitlin began at Boeing as an Employee Relations Specialist. Where she partnered with the leadership of a workforce of approximately 3,000 employees to create engagement project plans that not only improved cost, quality and schedule, but also increased employee engagement. From there, Caitlin moved into a Human Resources Business Partner Role in Long Beach, California. She led a team of 8 Human Resources Generalists to support the workforce through the end of the C-17 Production. As well as planned and taught career transition workshops for over 100 employees. Caitlin and her team were awarded Boeing's HR Excellence Award by the CHRO for this effort. Shortly after Caitlin's recognition as a BDS HR Business Partner she was asked to support the same sector in to Long Beach, CA. In this role, Caitlin served as the Human Resource Business Partner for Boeing Commercial Airplanes in Long Beach, CA. In her role, she led a team to develop and implement talent practices spanning across the employee lifecycle for a regional engineering team rapidly expanding to more than triple in size in less than 10 months. These standard are currently still in practice. Before joining Boeing, Caitlin worked at The District Council of Carpenters Union, Labor Bureau of New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo and Community Affairs Unit under Mayor Michael Bloomberg. Caitlin graduated with a Bachelors Degree in Industrial Labor Relations and a Certificate in Mediation from Cornell University.
Caitlin is a passionate advocate in providing employees the tools and resources to succeed. She believes in investing and empowering employees for future roles. On her off time Caitlin enjoys playing flag football, traveling , and never missing a New York Giants football game.