Elizabeth Dinsel, VP Global IT Governance, Risk & Compliance for Levi Strauss & Co., spoke at IT & Cyber Security Exchange on Tuesday, March 12th about the challenges that globalization brings upon the CIO/CISO and how to measure the overall success of the global organization. She also discussed ways to keep operations running smoothly and morale high amidst natural disasters and political disruptions.
For more information about Elizabeth Dinsel and the other speakers at the IT & Cyber Security Exchange click here.
Are a few gender-themed words in your job descriptions signaling women, unconsciously, to not apply?
A scientific study of 4,000 job descriptions revealed that a lack of gender-inclusive wording caused significant implications for recruiting professionals tasked to recruit women to hard-to-fill positions underrepresented by women.
This study addressed questions such as: do job descriptions that lack feminine-gender words repel female applicants? Could the lack of gender-inclusive wording in your job description influence women to opt out and not apply? Are there gender bias characteristics in your job advertisements? Could the lack of gender-inclusive words actually be perpetuating gender inequality in your organization? Read more
Brandi Galvin Morandi joined Equinix in January 2003 and has served as Equinix’s General Counsel and Corporate Secretary since that time. Before joining Equinix, Ms. Morandi practiced in the corporate securities group at the law firm of Gunderson Dettmer Stough Villeneuve Franklin & Hachigian, LLP (Gunderson Dettmer) in Menlo Park, California. At Gunderson Dettmer, Ms. Morandi represented public and private companies in a variety of debt and equity offerings, mergers and acquisitions as well as providing general corporate public company representation. Prior to her legal career, Ms. Morandi held various positions in the field of public relations.
Ms. Morandi holds a B.A. in International Relations and Journalism from the University of Southern California and a J.D. from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law.
Executive Vice President, Global Human Resources Robin Eletto was named Executive Vice President of Global Human Resources for Paramount Pictures in July of 2012. In this role, Robin is responsible for designing and executing world-class strategies for talent acquisition and retention, succession planning, compensation and benefits, organizational development, learning, employee relations and diversity and inclusion.
Prior to this role, she was Senior Vice President of Human Resources for Disney Consumer Products where she led all HR and facilities initiatives for Disney’s consumer products division. Previously, she was vice president of Global Human Resources for Disney Publishing Worldwide (DPW), where she led HR, Communications and Facilities for the division’s book, magazine and digital businesses around the world, and for the launch and growth of Disney English, an English language learning initiative which enrolled thousands of children in China. Robin also served as the Senior Vice President, Global Human Resources, Communications and Operations, for Disney Stores, leading HR initiatives related to the acquisition of The Disney Stores from The Children’s Place, with a heavy focus on organizational design, systems and processes, and the seamless integration of 8,000 employees into The Walt Disney Company.
Prior to joining Disney, Robin served as the Director, Human Resources, for AOL Time Warner and Netscape Communications, as well as the Director, International Human Resources, for NYNEX/Bell Atlantic/Verizon in White Plains, New York, and Bangkok, Thailand. With over 25 years experience leading HR and operations teams, Robin maintains a record of success in leading organizational change, program implementation, resource management, and business operations.
Robin received a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix.