BACKGROUND AND EXPERIENCE
Maria Jose joined Haskell in 2018 as a Marketing Specialist for the Consumer Packaged Goods Group. She transitioned to the HR team in 2020 and has since brought her design knowledge along with her communication and facilitation talents to the team. Maria Jose believes that the most sustainable way to create a better world is to help other’s help themselves by helping them develop personal / professional tools they can use to elevate the quality of their life. She uses her skills to ensure Haskell is effectively “walking their talk” by helping create and deliver quality content & resources.
Bachelor of Design, University of Florida, 2015 & Certified in DISC and Emotional Quotient (EQ) and 12 Driving Forces
Have the challenges of leading during a pandemic, rocked your confidence? Discover the keys to increasing your confidence through the power of resilience and prepare to lead audaciously in this new normal. Come and learn from a resilience strategist and female leadership coach, how to confidently lead your team while staying ten steps ahead of imposter syndrome. Leave prepared to face the varied challenges of leading while female without sacrificing your peace, passion, or power.
• Identify factors that contribute to loss of confidence.
• Identify characteristics of imposter syndrome.
• Illustrate ways to promote confidence as a female leader.
Business moves at an accelerated pace and is only growing more intense. Winds are blowing, seas are raging, sometimes all we can do is hold tight to the ropes and hope our ship sails safely into harbor. The next deadline comes, the next project is assigned, we join the next team, with little space to pause and make sense of it all. We feel tossed, too hurried to assess where we are, experiencing burn out, and impacted by every wave. There must be a better way. Reflection is a tool within our reach to help us chart our course for success. Through pausing, asking questions, and reflecting through writing, we can untangle emotions, situations, and better plan our next steps. Reflection gives us the opportunity to pause amidst chaos, untangle our fears, determine strengths, and create meaning. Reflection gives us the power to chart our own strategic course for success. Through research-based evidence, insightful examples, and storytelling, attendees will learn the positive impact reflection can have in helping chart their own course to success. Attendees will receive tactical steps in considering the impact regular reflection can have on their lives and leave with the tools to begin this regular practice.
• Attendees will come away from this time with an understanding of the importance of regular reflection as a tool to optimize success both professionally & personally.
• Attendees will consider various areas of their lives to use reflection to their benefit.
• Attendees will leave with tools to incorporate regular reflection activities into their schedule.
Robust organizations and leaders understand change is constant. Separate from change is the ability to handle crises while maintaining focus on mission and ensuring core programs remain functioning. Leaders learn from practice how to adapt services and personnel in crisis situations to move organizations forward to address needs and new gaps as they arise. Participants will:
• Hear real world examples of three organizational crises that create necessary pivot points.
• Discuss the importance of crisis planning before it happens.
• Work to create a model of individual crisis leadership using past experience and future forecasting.
• Understand what crisis planning entails.
• Develop personal strategies for handling crisis (big and small).
• Connect with crisis mentor(s) who can help develop ongoing planning and forecasting
Embracing the Mindful Hustle: Are you addicted to the hustle? Do you only rest when burnt out? As a therapist and recovering perfectionist, I know firsthand the highs and lows of hustle culture. You will walk away with skills to shift your mindset and to develop a burnout prevention plan. Imagine life with effective boundary setting, values-oriented decision making, and genuine REST. You will learn to appreciate effort over endgame, a skill essential for the long game. The mindful hustle is possible!
• Attendees will develop an understanding of the primary contributors of burnout and learn their burnout coping style along with warning signs of burnout.
• Attendees will also walk away with a personalized burnout prevention plan.
In this workshop, we will practice mindfulness meditation and practical applications of mindful leadership. We will explore ways in which our ability to create space in our day affects our ability to lead— whether we are leading a global organization, a team, our family or our own lives. We will look at our personal filters, our autopilot tendencies and the distract-ability of the mind. We will begin to see how training the mind can improve our ability to focus, be creative, and embody compassion—at work and at home.
• Understand what mindfulness is and how it makes a difference.
• Experience how mindfulness can improve your well-being and performance.
• Explore mindful writing exercises and breathing.
• Experience space and presence.
My workshop will help participants identify the many amazing cultures that make up the chosen identities that create our unique BEings. We will use some of the lesser understood components of culture which impact how we experience this world. Then we will use that information to see how chosen identities may clash with our assigned identities and those of the BEings who cross our paths particularly as women. We will then learn to intentionally craft our experiences to be for our highest good and greatest joy. We will learn tools to craft our experiences regardless of how diverse our chosen identities. Let me give you the tools to create the life of abundance which is your birthright regardless of your background, culture, ethnicity, or socioeconomic background.
• To help women empower themselves to see their identity as an asset and to assist them in showing up fully in life.
• To help women empower themselves to have culture based tools necessary to craft the life of abundance they deserve.
The glass ceiling -- the invisible barrier that prevents women from ascending to the career of their dreams. Gratefully, more or more women are adding their crack to that ceiling, creating opportunities for the women who are coming after them.
Yet there's another ceiling...the self-imposed drop ceiling that each of us erects with our own self-limiting habits and beliefs. While breaking through each of these 'top limits' seem out of reach, there ARE steps we can take to move us closer to our personal and professional goals. Women leaders need to stop focusing on external factors over which they have little control and start examining your own internal barriers to success. We can start this process by designing and expressing your unique leadership brand, resulting in the CLARITY and CONFIDENCE to go after the professional life of your dreams!
During this session, we'll cover:
• The most important skill you must develop to create the career (and life!) you desire
• An important exercise that will get you on the path to developing your Self-Leadership
• The bigger picture that will allow you to see how gaining clarity and confidence can multiply your impact as a leader in ALL areas of your life!
Many people, while successful, don't feel as though they're living on purpose, and feel it's selfish or unreasonable for them to want more. The Power of Vision: Creating a Soul Savvy Life, will help you understand how to leverage the feeling of knowing there is more for you to create a clear, vivid, and detailed vision of what you would love for your life moving forward, in all areas. Once you have a vision that honors your purpose, Lauren will show you the powerful Soul Savvy blueprint for how to live authentically and bridge the gap from where you are to where you want to be, so you can move toward your dreams with confidence and live a life you truly love living.
• Discover your true dreams and channel them into a crystal clear vision
• Reprogram feelings of fear, doubt, and worry with easy, practical tools
• Learn how results get created so you can begin to take different actions to move your goals and dreams from idea to reality
The last couple of years have challenged all of us, especially women, in the workforce in unprecedented ways. As women continue to balance their professional career and their family/home, COVID has added physical distance between colleagues in all organizations. This distance has had a direct impact on how women show up in a leadership space. This presentation will address the importance of how women shape and impact the the workplace when leading a team, function or company.
• Identify examples of female leadership presence and discuss why it is so important in the workplace today.
• Define their leadership vision and their ability to communicate vision to others.
• Determine best practices that influence others to align with a vision and invoke action and execution of goals.
When Simone Knego left her sea-level home in Florida to climb Africa’s Mount Kilimanjaro, she had an epiphany: We can make a difference not by changing ourselves, but rather, by how we see ourselves. Only when we stop living for who we think we should be can we become free to reach our own personal summits. In her riveting speech, Simone takes us on a journey from the great heights of Africa to deep in our hearts, addressing the pressures of social conformity, fear of failure, and imposter syndrome. Through “mirror moments” and mindset shifts, she entertains and inspires audiences to see themselves differently, so they understand their value and see their impact in the world.
• Find freedom from the pressure of social conformity.
• Create positive mindset shifts.
• Let go of imposter syndrome.
For the first time in our history female colleagues can span up to five generations. When we look at how to communicate and connect with each other especially as women: how do we see each other? what barriers to communication do we experience? do we experience these barriers differently than our male colleagues? how can we best support each other? The answers to these questions and more will open our view and break down barriers as we learn from each other the depth of diversity today's working women experience. This discussion will examine our own working relationships and the relationships with those who came before us and the legacy we expect to leave for those coming after us.
• Effectively communicate with others.
• Value diverse opinions and backgrounds.
• Recognize personal strengths.
If you’re physically fit, you’d be able to climb a steep hill without much physical stress. Same goes with mental fitness. The more mentally fit you are, the more you’ll be able to handle the stress, anxiety and frustrations that might come from work and personal life challenges. Recent events such as the pandemic, disruption in financial markets, social unrest, and political changes have overstretched many of us. Mental Fitness is the X Factor. Your level of Mental Fitness is the best predictor of how happy you are and how well you perform relative to your potential. It’s the key to your ability to evolve and adapt to change. So you can not just survive but thrive in these tumultuous times. The good news: just like physical fitness, you can boost your Mental Fitness with practice. During this interactive workshop, we will unpack: 1) What mental fitness is and why it matters. 2) How you tend to self-sabotage with Saboteurs like the Judge, the Hyper-Rational, the Controller, the Hyper-Achiever, the Pleaser and 5 others. 3) The 3 core muscles at the root of mental fitness along with practices to build your mental muscles
• A knowledge of what mental fitness is and why it’s important.
• An understanding of the 3 core muscles at the root of mental fitness.
• A grasp of how we tend to self-sabotage with Saboteurs like the Judge, the Hyper-Rational, the Controller, the Hyper-Achiever, the Avoider and 5 others.
• Skills and practices to build mental muscles.
Katy McQuaid shares lessons learned during her 32-year career with the CIA about life and leadership. Katy weaves real-life stories to engage her listeners into a three-step process for living a life in alignment with one’s purpose and the art of humble leadership.
After this talk, participants will:
• Gain inspiration to live in alignment with purpose
• Access a simple three-step process for life and leadership
• Understand the art of humble leadership
Some people think, “You won’t know what you’re made of until you are faced with the worst day of your life.” We know this to be false. We absolutely can front-load resiliency in preparation for a day that we hope never comes. There is a way that we can prepare ourselves, and our staff, so that we cannot only survive a traumatic event physically, but emotionally, mentally, and spiritually as well.
This session will use personal and proven examples of how to not only recover from catastrophic events, but to flourish afterwards and experience an “upward spiral”. For leaders or those with families, developing resilience is not an option. Being resilient is a leadership requirement, and personal resilience begets organizational resilience. Wellness is the foundation for resilience. This session will cover how to develop wellness in the whole person concept (physical, mental, emotional, mental).
• Assess “resilience” in the personal context, using the “Whole Person” concept of the physical dimension, mental dimension, emotional dimension, and spiritual dimension.
• Articulate the importance of developing resilience from a personal and professional perspective.
• Create a plan for developing personal resilience using research and personal examples to illustrate not only how to survive, but also thrive after a traumatic event.
Imagine being a college student tasked with pitching a brownie business at a networking meeting...Would you know how to explain what would make your brownie different?
Come join David to find out why it doesn't matter if you own a business, work an awesome career or are still trying to figure out your plan in the business world..you HAVE to know WHY your brownie is different than everyone else's and how to confidently convey that message. Learn how to "Blaze your Networking Trail" and be the best "brownie" in the business!
• How to dive into what makes your brownie different
• How to be more prepared and confident when attending networking opportunities
• What NOT to do at a networking opportunity
I’m a Life Transformation and Mental Fitness coach who works with high-achieving, ambitious women going through transitions to tap into their potential and bridge the gap between where they are now and where they want to be (even if that destination isn’t totally clear yet).
My passion for coaching is to empower people to realize their full potential, let go of the ‘shoulds’ and be the author of their own life story because if you don’t tell your story, someone else will.
In January 2020, after 16+ years of building and leading global teams in organizations like Google, Clorox, and Booz Allen, I left the corporate world, sold everything, and took a 1-way flight to Ghana with my husband to volunteer at a breast cancer non-profit and travel the world. COVID shifted our plans; we got stuck in Ghana for 7 months.
One of my greatest learnings:
Your mindset, NOT your circumstance, makes all the difference in your happiness and success.
Through this lens, I work with clients to find their voice and the courage to speak up, build self-confidence, navigate change, and discover what they REALLY want next in their life and career.
I’m an ICF PCC, Certified Hudson Institute Coach, and a pioneer Mental Fitness Coaches certified through Positive Intelligence. I hold a MBA from Anderson UCLA, and a BS in Computer Science, BA in Communications from UMD.
Andrea Pence is a Senior Manager of IT Business Solutions at Exact Sciences in Madison, Wisconsin. As an IT leader and business partner, she uses relationship-building, honesty, and a proven track record of success to form strong partnerships between IT and business teams. As a natural connector, Andrea is constantly seeking to identify new ways to bring groups together, drive clarity, and achieve objectives.
As a team leader for over 20 years, Andrea has mentored Project Managers, Business Analysts, and future leaders in career growth. Recently Andrea was a speaker at Business Relationship Management Institute’s annual BRMConnect conference where she presented “Beginning BRM with a New Business Team.” She delivers insightful perspectives through storytelling and tangible next steps.
Throughout her career, Andrea has used the practice of regular reflection to untangle chaos, gain perspective, and plan action. Reflection is a tool within our reach to drive clarity and bring results, however seldom emphasized for its impact. Join Andrea in this year’s IWL conference to learn the powerful impact regular reflection can have on you!
Andrea is a graduate of the University of Florida holding a bachelor's degree from the College of Agriculture & Life Sciences.
Background and Experience
Barbara Cotes serves Haskell by leading the Onboarding and Engagement strategies. She is retired Navy Veteran and an Instructional Designer by trade.
Prior to joining Haskell in 2020, Barbara led project teams designing courseware for the Department of Defense Including curricula for the U.S. Army Engineer and CBRN schools. She also led and designed award-winning curriculums for Intermodal rail transportation.
Barbara earned a bachelor’s degree in Technical Operations, a master’s degree in Aerospace Science with a certification in Instructional Design from Embry Riddle University. And holds a certificate in Human Resources and Lean Six Sigma from the University from North Florida.
Barbara is on advisory boards for Keiser University and the University of Florida, she is a member of several trade associations and is a frequent speaker at conferences including DevLearn, Mobile Learn Con and Global Sim.
Camille McKinney is a Leadership Coach, consultant and speaker at Leveraged Leaders; she helps women explore, embody and express their unique leadership brand so you can up-level your results and get what you REALLY, REALLY want!
In Camille’s experience, women often come to coaching with a very specific goal around changing the results they’re currently getting, wanting the ‘how to’ to change those results. What coaching quickly reveals is that it’s less about what you need to do differently, and more about how you are showing up, driven by limiting beliefs that get in the way of you showing up INTENTIONALLY. What you’ll also come to realize is that the changes you make through coaching multiply throughout your life, allowing for an expanded level of transformation.
Before becoming a professional Leadership Coach and Consultant, Camille worked for over 25 years as a training and performance consulting professional in the banking and healthcare industries, most recently leading a team of sales training professionals. Camille’s commitment to demonstrating effective leadership and empowering her team to be their best resulted in Great Place to Work employee engagement scores of 100% two years in a row! Camille brings her experience in leadership, Emotional Intelligence, performance consulting and training to support leaders in revealing your personal leadership advantage, both in business and in life.
She has a degree in Business Management and has completed Coach U’s Core Essentials and advanced coaching programs. Camille is also a certified facilitator for Linkage’s Advancing Women Leaders Academy, a nine-module learning experience, delivered on site, that seeks to equip women with actionable steps and practices to address the barriers that impede their advancement in the workplace.
Camille is active in the Los Angeles International Coaching Federation (ICF) community, holding various Board roles including Chapter President
Katy McQuaid is an award-winning author, presenter and leadership consultant who spent more than three decades in the CIA, including 12 years living abroad. Her work in communities all over the world inspired her to share the art of humble leadership with her clients.
Katy is the founder of McQuaid Corporate Performance, LLC and a graduate of Penn State University where she attended on a full scholarship, lettered all four years as a swimmer, and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in finance. Katy’s goal is to support people and organizations in experiencing successful, meaningful, and empowered transformations.
Katy was the first female Senior Executive in the CIA’s Logistics Career Service as well as the first Senior Executive Support Officer in a South Asia War Theater. She held a key Support Officer position during the transition of US intelligence activities from one city to another in one of the largest European offices. Katy served as an Elder at Pathways Church in Denver, Colorado and currently serves as Chair of the Dorcas Aid America Board of Directors. Learn more at www.katymcquaid.com
Lauren is an award-winning inspirational speaker and transformational coach, certified through the Brave Thinking Institute. She works with organizations and individuals, helping them build their dreams, accelerate their results, and create richer, more fulfilling lives.
Faced with devastating news, Lauren had a choice: rebuild her life from the ground up in a way she would love or stay with the status quo. Taking the road less traveled, she decided to live her dream. Lauren founded Soul Savvy to help others connect with the most infinite side of themselves so they can life a life they love.
Lauren has spent over a decade as an educator and coach. She started her career in California public schools first as a teacher, then as a coach helping teachers to deliver the best instruction. Her ability to break down overarching spiritual and success concepts into bite-sized pieces is what makes her a standout in her field. Through her coaching and speaking, she has inspired thousands of people to live a life they love.
Out of 3,500 eligible coaches, she won the Outstanding Impact Award for 2021 from Brave Thinking Institute, recognizing her impact on clients and reach in the industry.
Lauren lives in northwestern Wyoming with her husband, Cameron, and their two cats, Little and Cadbury. She loves exploring the beautiful landscape of the Wyoming mountains, reading, and riding horses.
Lauren Ruth Martin is a licensed therapist and owner of Novel Counseling in Tennessee. She is a woo girl gone mild who has experienced all levels of work culture in her lifetime. Lauren specializes in chronic depression, unhelpful perfectionism, and burnout. Her goal is to help people declutter their lives with compassion and to get unstuck. Lauren hosts a Novel Life, a podcast on all platforms, in addition to her speaking engagements in order to educate and relate on mental health.
Like many entrepreneurs, Payal considers herself devoted. Her deepest devotion? Supporting others to serve the moment with intention and unwavering presence. She was born in India, raised in Tampa, Fl and went to the University of Florida to get her BS in Computer Engineering. She spent 8 years working in healthcare IT and living all over the country, until she realized that something was missing. With a self-reflective lifestyle and over 9 years of a meditation practice, a growing awareness of her discomfort in the corporate world led her to leave New York City. Back in Gainesville after a long hiatus, she co-founded Starter Space, a co-working space. She later created a 6-week mindfulness program to support others with tools to move through disconnection, distraction and dissatisfaction.
Payal leans into her rich Indian heritage of meditation and travels the world to share the transformative power of presence and deep listening. From individuals to corporations to top rated universities, her work has been a driving force in bringing meditation to modern culture. Payal’s thoughtfully crafted, immersive experiences invite self-discovery, inspire transformation and creativity, and provoke meaningful connection. In 2018, she founded and invited thousands of people into the doors of Gainesville's very first mindfulness studio. Currently, Payal is working on her first book and continuing to focus on supporting others to do power differently through presence.
Rasheda is the Owner and CEO of Rasheda Hatchett Media, LLC, a coaching and consulting firm steeped in her passion for wellness. She is the creator of Audacity To Thrive! TM a coaching program for women on the rise who are ready to lead audaciously in the world.
Rasheda is also the CEO of Panacea Nurse Delegation Services, providing education, delegation, and consultation services to adult family homes in the Seattle area.
Rasheda is an award-winning nurse leader and was the recipient of the 2019 Federal Way Public Schools Hero award for her community work and the 2019 Black Nurses Rock Leadership Academy- Fellowship Challenge Winner, for her outstanding leadership. She is also a John Maxwell Team member and National Wellness Institute Certified Resilience Trainer.
She is a best-selling author, and the author of Sis, It’s Time to Thrive: A Unicorns Guide to Loving Yourself Audaciously, Living Large: A Nurses Journey Toward Resilience, and The Power of Organizational Resilience: How to Retain Talent and Increase Your Bottom Line. Rasheda is a talented speaker who has graced the stage of a major university, served as a breakout speaker for conferences, and she trains on an array of topics ranging from burnout prevention to building a culture of resilience. She specializes in resilience based leadership, helping people discover their bounce back blueprint to thrive in the face of adversity.
As an international leader, best-selling author, and keynote speaker, Simone Knego has the uncanny ability to both motivate and inspire others to be the good in the world. If you were to ask her, Simone would tell you that she leads an ordinary life filled with extraordinary moments. As a mother to both dogs and children, a serial entrepreneur, and a popular speaker and author, Simone treasures each small moment she gets to make a difference. Splitting her time between her family, businesses, and personal growth, she’s realized that the small choices she makes every day to do good actually have the power to inspire others to see the extraordinary moments in their own ordinary lives.
In her best-selling book, The Extraordinary Unordinary You, Simone details her journey of adopting three of her six children, recounts her climb of Mount Kilimanjaro, and shares all of the funny, scary, and inspiring stories that came along the way. Simone believes deeply that changing the way you see yourself can help the world around you change. Through her book, she hopes to show people how they are unordinary in the best possible way. She knows that through these realizations, people can redefine what they believe themselves capable of and impact the world the way they were created to.
Simone holds both a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and a Master of Accounting from the University of Florida. In 2015, she climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro to raise funds and awareness for the Livestrong Foundation. Simone served as the 2018-2019 Co-Chair of the Jewish Federations of North America’s National Young Leadership Cabinet and has travelled around the world on several philanthropic, international missions, including medical missions with her husband Rob, who is a Neurosurgeon. They have been married for 28 years and have six children.
Dr. Beachy came to Gainesville in 1989 from Sarasota in order to attend the University of Florida, where she obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science (1991), a Master of Education (1992), and a Doctor of Philosophy in Educational Leadership, Policy and Foundations (2000). Dr. Beachy pursued a career in education from 1992-2000, working in rural and at-risk programs. She taught high school social studies in rural Hardee County, FL and was the principal at Eckerd Youth Alternatives’ Camp E-KEL-ETU, a wilderness education program for at-risk boys located in the Ocala National Forest, from 1993-2000. She has served as the Executive Director of Peaceful Paths Domestic Abuse Network, Inc. the certified domestic violence center serving Alachua, Bradford, and Union counties since July 2000. In that time, she has grown the agency from a small, rural center with 18 staff and a budget of $950,000 to a thriving model of best practice with 47 staff and $2.4 million in annual grant and locally generated funds. Dr. Beachy is involved in numerous local community projects that address family violence, homelessness, and social justice. She is a member of the board for the Gainesville Area Chamber of Commerce, the Homeless Continuum of Care, the Gainesville Woman’s Club, and a member of the Vestry for Holy Trinity Episcopal Church. Her passion is for social change work that creates advocacy for issues related to violence against women and promotes the empowerment of women and the feminist philosophy. Her greatest joy is her family – husband Don and her son Nate - with whom she enjoys the Gainesville community and the Florida lifestyle.
Tiffany Danielle Chisholm Pineda was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She is a poet, comedian, author, orator, radio personality, educator, and writer. She is the mother of three amazing children Gregory II, Courtney, and Noah. Tiffany Danielle graduated from the University of Florida in Gainesville where she still resides with her family. She holds certifications in Minority Mentorship from the University of Florida; Cultural Competence from Albany State; and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusivity in the Workplace from University of South Florida. Tiffany Danielle has created a certification for Obtaining Consent for Research Participation with an emphasis on cultural competence and many other trainings related to diversity, equity, and inclusivity. She is the Chair and co-founder of the University of Florida’s Clinical and Translational Science Institute’s Diversity and Cultural Competence Council known as DC3. Tiffany Danielle is a Regulatory Specialist at the University of Florida where she has been blessed to work in various positions for over 24 years including having been an Institutional Board Member for almost a decade. She has been a Board Member of Kids n Capes a non-profit dedicated to protecting children for over three years.
Grit. Perseverance. Fortitude. Anti Fragility. How do we take these powerful concepts from the esoteric realm and operationalize them so that we can flourish forward after adversity in our daily lives? This closing keynote will be all about using adversity and storms in life as springboards to a deeper, richer and more fulfilling life.
• Encourage a paradigm shift in how we view a hardship.
• Understand how to transform an impoverished environment to an enriched environment.
• Develop a personal ethos that can illuminate a way forward through uncertainty.
David has been trusted by the world’s top client base and humbly became one of the most in-demand event DJs across the country. He travels the country providing the soundtrack for celebrities, companies, organizations, and industry professional events.
He has appeared and been featured on television, radio programs, and industry magazines.
He founded Y? Entertainment in 1998 and built it into a multi-million dollar entertainment business. He has established an extraordinary resume not only personally as an entertainer, but also as a respected entrepreneur and industry influencer.
As an Event Industry Thought Leader he co-hosts multiple podcasts including Wedding Business Growth, In the Cue. and The Rookie & The Vet as resources to support business owners starting or looking to find success in entrepreneurship. He also serves on the boards of the Saint Augustine Wedding and Events Association, Jacksonville, FL Tuesdays Together, and North Florida MPI.
BACKGROUND AND EXPERIENCE
Brooke Jones-Chinetti joined Haskell in 2020 and currently serves as the Director of Learning and Team Member Engagement. She brings both military and corporate experience to Haskell. Most recently, she was the Director of People and Operations of Werk, a tech company focused on the future of work, and previously a Vice President at JPMorgan Chase. Prior to her transition to corporate America, Brooke served in the Army for six years as a Human Resources officer, completing two combat deployments.
Brooke holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the United States Military Academy at West Point and a Master of Business Administration from Columbia University.