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Stephen Chesley is a member of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s Agency-wide Workforce Planning and Analytics Team and is based at NASA’s Headquarters in Washington DC. As the Agency leader in workforce analytics and modeling, Mr. Chesley is a recognized functional expert responsible for building the workforce analytic and modeling expertise throughout the Agency. Mr. Chesley has successfully built and implemented tools to collect and aggregate workforce data; these tools are used as a primary resource for workforce data within NASA and for researchers outside of NASA.
Mr. Chesley received a Masters of Public Administration (MPA) from the University of Utah and a Bachelors of Science Degree in Political Science with an emphasis in International Relations from the University of Utah.
Mr. Orta is the Chief People Officer & General Counsel at Metromile, the pay-per-mile insurance start-up that was named one of five start-ups to watch in 2017 by Forbes, included on the Forbes Fintech50 list, and ranked on Glassdoor’s Best Places to Work list for both 2017 (#6) and 2018 (#20). In addition to the Legal team, Mr. Orta also oversees People Operations (HR) and Talent Acquisition (Recruiting) at Metromile. Prior to Metromile, John was SVP & General Counsel at OpenTable, the world’s leading provider of online restaurant reservations, where he was responsible for all aspects of the Legal, People & Culture, Talent Acquisition, Fraud and Risk teams. At OpenTable, he guided the company through its IPO in 2009 and subsequent sale to The Priceline Group in 2014. Mr. Orta received the GC Impact Award from The Recorder in 2014.
Mr. Orta holds a MBA from the University of California at Berkeley’s Haas School of Business, a JD from the University of San Francisco School of Law, and a BA in Economics from the University of California at Santa Barbara.
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.
Carter is a co-founder and Partner at Ivy Research Council (IRC), which is a firm he started around five years ago at Princeton. IRC runs a research membership, designed for the most prominent companies and professional firms in the US, to study the best practices and frontier strategies in attracting, engaging, and retaining young talent at the university level.
Every year, IRC interviews and surveys thousands of students on hundreds of campuses nationwide to identify the most effective corporate approaches to its membership's hardest issues. Recent topics of study include: Virtual Assessments & Pre-Recorded Video Interviews, Consistent Engagement using Virtual Channels, Increasing Diversity Hiring, Attracting Technical Talent, Increasing Retention and Conversion, and some dozen other top-of-mind issues.