Your ticket to the 2017 Yello Conference is your key to unlocking expert insights: access a unique look into the future state of talent acquisition, receive actionable metrics to guide talent programs and discover the secrets to recruiting Millennials and Gen Z. Through compelling keynotes, thought-provoking breakout sessions and meaningful networking, gain experts’ perspectives on the issues impacting talent acquisition today. Read below to meet the leaders who will share their knowledge at Yello17.
Kelley Dunne, Chairman and Co-Founder, Warriors4Wireless
Kelley Dunne is the chairman and co-founder of Warriors4Wireless, a non-profit that connects service members and veterans to employment in the telecommunications industry. Warriors4Wireless recruits at job fairs and industry events, and provides training and interview assistance to connect veterans with job opportunities.
Daniela Evans, Campus Recruiting Team Leader, Honda North America
Daniela creates, plans and executes the campus recruiting strategy and vision for Honda North America. Managing a team of campus recruiters and coordinators, she oversees the recruitment and hiring of entry-level engineering positions, while leading the implementation of new HR technology.
Adam Godson, Vice President, Global Technology Solutions, Cielo
Cielo is a strategic recruitment process outsourcing partner, delivering talent for more than 143 clients across 91 countries. As vice president of global technology solutions, Adam leverages his expertise in recruitment technology to improve the recruiting process for candidates, recruiters and hiring managers, enabling Cielo teams to recruit world-class talent for clients.
Kyle Lagunas, Research Manager, IDC
Kyle leads IDC’s research on the most recent developments in recruiting and staffing software, services, and consulting. This research puts talent acquisition into the broader context of an integrated talent strategy. Prior to joining IDC, Kyle founded Lighthouse Research & Advisory where he conducted independent research in talent trends and technologies.
Madeline Laurano, Co-Founder and Chief Research Officer, Aptitude Research Partners
As co-founder of Aptitude Research Partners, Madeline’s focus over the last 12+ years has been on the talent management market and talent acquisition. Her research helps companies understand the role technology can play in driving business outcomes. Throughout her career, she has watched HCM transform from a back-office function, to a strategic company initiative with a focus on partnerships, experience and efficiency.
Colleen McCormick, Global Simplification Leader: University Relations, GE
Colleen partners with business leaders to standardize and transform the way GE recruits university students globally. She simplifies university relations processes and technologies to improve the candidate and recruiter experience, so GE can attract and hire the best university talent around the world.
Tina Owens, Talent Acquisition Manager, CSRA
Tina has more than 20 years of experience in the federal consulting space, staffing highly-visible government and commercial contracts. As talent acquisition manager for CSRA, she is also passionate about workplace diversity and corporate social responsibility.
Danielle Rosenfield, University Recruiting Americas Operations Manager, Microsoft
Danielle leads university recruiting operations at Microsoft, supporting and scaling recruitment programs. She is responsible for developing an annual plan to hire over 4,200 university students and interns for business groups across Microsoft.
These leaders will offer a real-world view into how they identified bottlenecks, overcame challenges and reinvented recruitment strategies. Prepare your list of questions, pack your bags and join industry colleagues in Chicago!
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