The pandemic has had a highly disproportionate effect on women, impacting their careers, work-life balance, mental health, and much more. Join us for a SpeakHer Mind conversation with Pat Wadors, Chief Talent Officer and CHRO at Procore Technologies, and Amy Roy, Chief People Officer of Namely, on the impact of COVID-19 on women in the workplace and ways HR teams can deliberately create equitable workplaces for women.
We will take a deeper dive into the data surrounding COVID-19 and women in the workplace, while seeking to answer how existing gender inequalities have compounded the problem, in addition to the societal attitudes that have shaped how women and men experience a crisis.
Our panel will discuss how HR teams can implement innovative methods of building equitable practices within their organizations to further support the advancement of women.
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A business leader in the tech sector for 30 years, Elisa is an experienced executive in Silicon Valley.
Elisa currently serves as Chair of the Board of Directors of Cornerstone OnDemand (CSOD) and Namely, where she was previously CEO. She also serves on the boards of Splunk (SPLK), Bumble, Procore Technologies and JFrog (FROG). Elisa is an advisor to Tile and people.ai. Prior to CEO at Namely, she served as CEO at Jive (JIVE). Prior to Jive, Elisa was Corporate Vice President & CMO of consumer apps and services at Microsoft, including brands such as Bing, Internet Explorer, Lync, MSN, Outlook.com and Skype, among others.
Elisa hosts the speaker series, SpeakHer Mind that seeks to amplify voices and share practical, positive steps that can deliberately build workplace environments that empower women to achieve their potential.
Elisa holds a M.B.A. from San Francisco State University and a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the University of New Hampshire.
Pat Wadors is the Chief Talent Officer & CHRO at Procore Technologies, headquartered in Carpinteria, CA. Pat oversees the Global Talent Organization and is responsible for supporting the company’s focus on employee experience and growth. Pat’s longtime focus on building healthy companies that scale, drives her vision to create amazing employee experiences for Procore’s people around the world.
Prior to joining Procore, Pat was the Chief Talent Officer of ServiceNow and before that, she was the Senior Vice President, Global Talent Organization at LinkedIn, where her focus was on recruiting and developing top talent, driving organizational transformation, supporting a highly engaged workforce, and growing LinkedIn’s global footprint.
Pat earned her B.S. in business management with a concentration in human resources management and a minor in psychology from Ramapo College of New Jersey.
Amy Roy is the Chief People Officer at Namely, headquartered in New York City. She currently oversees the People function at Namely, where she is responsible for talent acquisition, employee retention, and growth and development. With over 20 years of HR industry experience, she brings valuable insight to help drive Namely’s organizational growth and product evolution.
She is passionate about improving the employee experience, cultivating employee engagement, and building positive company cultures. From change management to process improvement, Amy is a seasoned Human Resources leader who believes in the power of using great technology and giving back to the community. She works closely with Namely’s employee resource groups to drive diversity and inclusion efforts to impact change at the company level and within the community.
Prior to joining Namely, Amy held roles in Human Resources and Sales leadership. Amy earned her BA in Political Science and MA in HR Management from Rutgers University.