Human outlooks and value-sets have never been more different.
On September 23rd, join hundreds of Atlanta based leaders as they discover proven methods to connect with the most historically diverse workforce ever
This one of a kind learning experience will feature diverse leaders from all four generations. Raise your personal awareness, connect with emerging leaders, increase your soft skills, and discover unanswered questions.
Come willing to learn, and leave ready to lead!
Camye Mackey is the first Chief People Officer for the Atlanta Hawks. Ms. Mackey has more than 25 years of leadership in human resources management where she has a proven track record in diverse companies, industries, cultures and environments including positions with MGM Resorts, Walt Disney World, and Special Olympics International.
Jeff Campbell is the former Global CEO of Burger King and ex-Chairman of the Pillsbury Restaurant Group. He has also held the posts of SVP for Brand Development for Pepsi-Cola as well as CEO of the Catalina Restaurant Group. Jeff is currently the Chairman of The Chairmen’s Roundtable, an organization composed of former CEO’s who offer free mentoring services for local businesses.
Pamela Stewart has spent 18 years across the Coca-Cola System and currently leads a sales organization responsible for a diverse portfolio as Vice President, National Retail Sales for Coca-Cola North America. Pamela also currently serves as Chair of two esteemed organizations – GLAAD’s Board of Directors and The Coca-Cola Company’s Multicultural Leadership Council.
Bradford is the Chief People Officer for Altisource, where he oversees the People Solutions (HR) function globally. Bradford was named the “2019 HR Rising Star” in Atlanta by the Atlanta Business Chronicle, one of the Top 25 HR "Game Changers" Under 40 globally by Workforce Magazine, and he has been a featured speaker for LinkedIn, Conference Board, TheLadders, Workforce Live, TLNT, and GSMI among others.
Vikki Millender-Morrow has been prominent in Atlanta’s business and cultural community for more than two decades. After 20 years with AT&T, she transitioned into the nonprofit sector, where she currently serves as the President & CEO for the National Black Arts (NBAF). NBAF is a nonprofit organization with a 30-year legacy of providing stellar artistic and educational programs in visual arts, music, dance, film and theater.
Fredda McDonald is the Managing Director with World50, which consists of private peer communities that enables C-level executives to discover better ideas, share valuable experiences and build relationships that make a lasting impact. Her career has been characterized by measurable business results in a variety of senior executive roles in financial services, most recently, as Executive Vice President of PSCU.