Sherrie Sage Schwartz, Senior Vice President of Human Resources, Activision Publishing

As Senior Vice President of Human Resources for Activision Publishing, Sherrie Sage Schwartz is responsible for all people related initiatives, programs and processes for the organization.  This includes the HR oversight for global development studios and business unit employees.  In her three years with the company, Sherrie has partnered…

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Maria Diaz, Senior Vice President, Principal Legal Counsel, Thomson Reuters

Maria joined Reuters America LLC (now Thomson Reuters (Markets) LLC) in January 1997.   Maria supports the Thomson Reuters finance and risk division and is based in the Legal Department in New York.  Maria has a wide variety of experience supporting all aspects of the business on a global…

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Angela Hilt, Vice President, Corporate Secretary and Associate General Counsel, The Clorox Company

Angela Hilt is Vice President – Corporate Secretary & Associate General Counsel of The Clorox Company.  Angela leads the legal teams responsible for corporate governance, securities law, corporate finance and treasury, global litigation, labor and employment, antitrust, global sourcing and real estate. As Corporate Secretary, she works closely with…

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Patty Hatter, Senior Vice President Operations and CIO, McAfee

Patty Hatter is responsible for innovating and executing a sustainable transformation of McAfee’s operational processes and infrastructure across the global organization. As CIO and SVP of Operations, she is in a unique position to drive cross-functional partnerships, priorities and roadmaps, which are accelerating delivery of key business capabilities across…

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Eleanor Lacey, Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary, SurveyMonkey

Eleanor Lacey, Advancing Women Executives Leader Eleanor Lacey is the VP, General Counsel, and Secretary of SurveyMonkey Inc., a global online consumer survey platform, where she runs SurveyMonkey’s global legal function. Eleanor began her legal career in San Francisco as a commercial litigator at Jackson Tufts &…

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Why Women CEOs Are More Likely to be Forced Out

Companies like to promote familiar faces, which is why an average of 76% of all CEOs come up through the ranks – but it’s men who are more likely to be on that track. Stephanie Vozza’s recent article in FastCompany, “Why Women CEOs Are More Likely…

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Trisha Stiles, Vice President of Human Resources, CBS Interactive

Trisha Stiles is the Vice President of Human Resources for the Entertainment, News and Sports (ESN) division at CBS Interactive based in San Francisco, California. CBS Interactive, a top 10 global Internet property and one of the largest publishers of premium content online.  She is the lead HR Business Partner for all…

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Eleanor Lacey, Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary, SurveyMonkey

Eleanor Lacey is the VP, General Counsel, and Secretary of SurveyMonkey Inc., a global online consumer survey platform, where she runs SurveyMonkey’s global legal function. Eleanor began her legal career in San Francisco as a commercial litigator at Jackson Tufts & then at Howard Rice (now Arnold & Porter). She moved to…

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Celeste Aarons-Jenkins, Vice President of Demand Planning, Tiffany & Co.

Celeste Aarons-Jenkins currently serves as the Vice President of Demand Planning for Tiffany & Co. She is responsible for directing the sales forecasts, purchases and inventory management strategies for the brand’s diverse product offering, which generated $4billion in sales in 2013. Celeste’s responsibilities include aligning the company’s visions and strategies with individual…

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Amber Sheikh, Vice President On Premise, Red Bull North America

A rising star in the world of consumer packaged goods, Ambereen (Amber) Sheikh leads the strategically vital On Premise portion of Red Bull’s business. Amber joined Red Bull in May of 2011 as the Director of National Accounts, On Premise. Within her first few months, she took on the role…

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The Confidence Gap

The Atlantic recently published an article by Katty Kay and Claire Shipman,” The Confidence Gap“, which details how women’s lack of confidence is contributing to the continued difficulties in breaching the glass ceiling. New evidence brings to light how much our brains change over time, in response to…

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Tiffany Smith-Anoa’i, Vice President, Entertainment Diversity and Communications, CBS Television

Tiffany Smith-Anoa’i , Advancing Women Executives Leader With a career spanning more than two decades Tiffany N. Smith-Anoa’i has emerged as one of the most influential and valued professionals in the arena of Diversity and Communications within the entertainment industry. Tiffany currently serves as Vice President,…

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