Judy Jackson, Global Chief Talent Officer, Wunderman

Judy Jackson, Advancing Women Executives Leader

Judy Jackson, Advancing Women Executives Leader

Judy Jackson is the Global Chief Talent Officer at Wunderman. She is a thought leader in human resources management whose career includes stints as Chief Talent Officer at IPG Mediabrands North America and Digitas as well as HR roles at Time Inc. and BBDO. Known for a candid, straightforward approach and her unmistakable laugh, Judy is driven to bring out the best in others.

She has contributed to a number books on human resources management, including The Coaching Connection: A Manager’s Guide to Developing Individual Potential in the Context of the Organization and Career GPS: Strategies for Women Navigating the New Corporate Landscape. Judy is a member of the International Radio and Television Society board and a former president of Black Representative Association of New York (BRAINY). 

Her chief project outside of work? Being a mom to her teenage daughter.

 

Lisel Cherry, Vice President of Marketing and Brand Management, Alorica

Lisel Cherry, Advancing Women Executives Leader

Lisel Cherry, Advancing Women Executives Leader

Lisel Cherry is the Vice President of Marketing and Brand Management at Alorica. Her 20-year career in marketing, advertising, and communications includes building brands from scratch and transforming slow growth, stable brands to dynamic, hyper growth success stories. As Vice President of Marketing and Brand Management for Alorica, Lisel built out the marketing organization that has led the re-brand internally and externally transforming the culture of the organization as well as the industry.

Prior to Alorica, Lisel’s experience spans both agency and client side leadership positions in a variety of industries including healthcare, financial services, entertainment, hospitality and insurance.

Lisel is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin and lives in California with her husband and daughter.

 

Rebecca Nicholas, Vice President of PowerUp Innovation and Support, Capital One

Rebecca Nicholas, Advancing Women Executives Leader

Rebecca Nicholas, Advancing Women Executives Leader

Rebecca Nicholas is Vice President of PowerUp Innovation and Support at Capital One. She and her team are focused on improving the everyday support experience for Capital One’s workforce through key end user touch points, including the PowerUp Bar’s on-site IT centers, service desk innovations and knowledge management, device lifecycle management, executive / event support and field services operations. 

Holding numerous leadership positions in her 26 year career with Capital One and HP, Rebecca has worked both within Finance and IT. She is a natural champion and advocate for employees, and in 2012 while at HP, she helped found the trailblazing IT Employee Experience Services organization, where the needs of internal customers are central. This transformation drove employee engagement scores to improve by over 40%.

Rebecca earned her Bachelor’s Degree from San Jose State University and is based in San Francisco. She is the proud mother of a daughter and a son who both also work in the technology industry. Rebecca is an avid reader and soccer fan who loves to watch games occurring anywhere in the world.