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Published by Niche Marketing & Planet Mogul, 2017-07-24 20:42:14

Circle of Influencers - Book 3

Circle of Influencers - Book 3

Vision to INSPIRE.
Mission to CHANGE.
If we are not intentionally inclusive,
we will be unintentionally exclusive.

July | 2017

Adriana Cisneros Vision to INSPIRE.
Mission to CHANGE.
CEO and Vice Chairman of Cisneros
New York University
Miami, Florida

Adriana Cisneros de Griffin is CEO & Vice Chairman of Cisneros, a third generation family owned and
operated business with a global footprint and operations in Latin America and the United States. The
company has three areas of focus: Media, Interactive and Real Estate.

Cisneros Media manages Venevision, Venezuela’s leading TV network as well a variety of cable
channels with 25 million subscribers in Latin America. Through Cisneros Media Distribution, Cisneros
Media produces content that is distributed in over 100 countries and in 12 languages. Cisneros
Interactive is a leading digital ad network for mobile, online and audio serving the US Hispanic market
and Latin America through Adsmovil, Redmas and AudioAd. Cisneros Real Estate develops high-end,
sustainable resorts with current projects in the Dominican Republic and Colorado.

Adriana is also President of the Fundación Cisneros, the family’s educational not-for-profit organization,
dedicated to improving education in the region. Adriana is Co-chair of Endeavor Miami, an organization
that promotes high impact entrepreneurship. She is a Director and Executive Committee Member of the
Board of the International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and a Trustee of the Paley Center for
Media. Adriana is on the board of MoMA PS1 and MoMA’s Latin American acquisitions committee.
Adriana is a Henry Crown Fellow as well as Term Member at the Council of Foreign Relations and an
Advisory Board Member of Wyncode.

Adriana is the daughter of Gustavo Cisneros, the company's Chairman and granddaughter of Diego
Cisneros, who founded the business in 1929. She lives in Miami, Florida where the company is
headquartered with her husband and 2 children.

Adriana holds a BA from Columbia University (2002) and a Master’s Degree in journalism from New York
University (2005). She is also a graduate of Harvard Business School’s Program for Leadership
Development (PLD – 2010).

Adrianna Samaniego Vision to INSPIRE.
Mission to CHANGE.

Supplier Diversity at Google
Google

University of Georgia - Terry College of Business
Mountain View, California

Currently working at Google Global Headquarters in Silicon Valley. Focus on growing and
supporting the ecosystem of US underrepresented businesses through education and building
impactful programs. Working to empower underrepresented communities to grow on the web and
close the digital divide.

I have expertise in leading Diversity & Inclusion Programs, Strategy Planning, Business
Operations, Executive Communications, and Program Management

Specialties: Business Development, Supplier Diversity, Diverse Markets, US Latino Market,
Multicultural Marketing, Program Management, PR/Marketing, Research, Technology, Data
Analysis, Competitive Brand Analysis, and Industry Insights.

Alberto R. Gonzales Vision to INSPIRE.
Mission to CHANGE.

Alberto R. Gonzales (born August 4, 1955) was the 80th United States Attorney
General, appointed in February 2005 by President George W. Bush, becoming
the highest-ranking Hispanic American in executive government to date.[1] He
was the first Hispanic to serve as White House Counsel. Earlier he had been
Bush's General Counsel during his governorship of Texas. Gonzales had also
served as Secretary of State of Texas and then as a Texas Supreme Court
Justice.

Gonzales's tenure as U.S. Attorney General was marked by controversy
regarding warrantless surveillance of U.S. citizens and the legal authorization of
so-called "enhanced interrogation techniques", later generally acknowledged as
constituting torture, in the U.S. government's post-9/11 "War on Terror".

Gonzales had also presided over the firings of several U.S. Attorneys who had
refused back-channel White House directives to prosecute political enemies,
allegedly causing the office of Attorney General to become improperly
politicized.[2] Following calls for his removal, Gonzales resigned from the office "in
the best interests of the department," on August 27, 2007, effective September
17, 2007.

Aleida Rios VP Operations, BP Gulf of Mexico
Oil & Gas Industry Thought Leader
Hispanic and Women in STEM AdvocateVision to INSPIRE.

BP Mission to CHANGE.
Texas A&M University
Houston, Texas Area

WHAT I DO: VP of Operations for BP's four offshore platforms in the Deepwater Gulf of Mexico. I
also advocate for diversity & inclusion with particular focus on increasing the presence of Hispanics
and Women in positions of leadership in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math).

HOW I DO IT: I am the VP of Operations for BP Offshore Operations in the Gulf of Mexico. I
manage a $1B operating budget and oversee a team of over 2,000 employees and contractors.

My advocacy work includes promoting all kinds of diversity by inspiring Hispanics and Women to
pursue STEM higher education and hold themselves to the highest performance standards; and
encouraging leaders to be active and deliberate in entrusting high-performing Hispanics and
Women with positions of high responsibility. I currently serve in the Board of Directors of the US
Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and sponsor internal D&I initiatives at BP.

WHY I DO IT: I am a Mexican-born American citizen with an engineering background who is one of
the top Latinas in the Oil & Gas industry. I want more diversity in leadership roles in STEM as I
believe that diverse teams can reach superior corporate performance and deliver extraordinary
results. My peers recognize me for authentically living up to these values everyday.

READY TO TALK? I am interested in connecting with thought leaders and organizations in
Hispanic and Women outreach in STEM, and those who advocate for Diversity & Inclusion in
leadership positions. Reach out to me directly here on LinkedIn.

Alice Rodriguez Vision to INSPIRE.
Mission to CHANGE.
Regional Director, Consumer Banking and Wealth Management
JPMorgan Chase Bank, NA

The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
Dallas, Texas

Alice Rodriguez is the Business Banking Executive responsible for Chase business
clients in the state of California. She manages more than 600 employees, $9.5 Billion
in business deposits and $2.0 billion in business loans for clients with annual sales up
to $20 million. Alice has 26 years of extensive banking experience with JPMorgan
Chase and it predecessors, starting in her native Texas. She is a graduate of
Leadership Dallas and has attended the Aspen Institute. She holds a BA in
Management from the University of Texas at Brownsville.

Active in the community and as an established leader at JPMorgan Chase, Alice has
been recognized with awards and in the press.

As part of her commitment to leadership and her community, Alice has served on the
following boards: Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, The Center for
Non-profit Management, DOWNTOWN Dallas and Advisory board member of
AVANCE, Ursuline Academy of Dallas Foundation, The Women’s Museum, and the
New America Alliance.

She is also a member of the Hispanic 100, Texas Lyceum, the Dallas Assembly and the
Dallas Summit.

Alicia Burt Vision to INSPIRE.
Mission to CHANGE.

Alicia Burt
Diversity & Inclusion Lead at Square

Square
University of California, Santa Barbara

San Francisco Bay Area

Alicia Garza Vision to INSPIRE.
Mission to CHANGE.
Alicia Garza (born January 4, 1981) is an African-American activist
and editorial writer who lives in Oakland, California. She has organized
around the issues of health, student services and rights, rights for
domestic workers, ending police brutality, anti-racism, and violence
against trans and gender non-conformingpeople of color. Her editorial
writing has been published by The Guardian,[1] The Nation,[2] The
Feminist Wire,[3] Rolling Stone, The Huffington Post and truthout.org.
She currently directs Special Projects at the National Domestic
Workers Alliance. She also co-founded the Black Lives
Matter movement.

Allison Green Vision to INSPIRE.
Mission to CHANGE.
Allison Green
Chief Diversity Officer
Lincoln Financial Group

Spelman College
Greater Philadelphia Area

Amal M. Berry Vision to INSPIRE.
Mission to CHANGE.
Diversity and Inclusion Executive
DTE Energy

University of Michigan-Dearborn
Greater Detroit Area

Corporate diversity and inclusion executive with extensive knowledge in the
utilities, healthcare, financial industries. Highly skilled and motivated leader
with solid experience and expertise of cultivating relationships, strategic
planning, change and performance management, training and leadership
development with a focus on diversity and inclusion, business development,
public relations, and community building and outreach.

Specialties: Cultivating Relationships across all levels; Diversity and Inclusion;
Strategic Planning and Execution; Training and Leadership Development;
Project Planning and Execution; Multi-Site Operations; Change and
Performance Management; Cross-Functional Team Leadership; Growth and
Cultural Development; Collaboration Expert; Metrics and Benchmarking;
Diversity Champion and SME; Negotiation, Persuasion, and Communication;
Problem Solving and Decision Making.

Amina J. Mohammed Vision to INSPIRE.
Mission to CHANGE.

Amina J. Mohammed (born 27 June 1961) is the current Deputy Secretary-
General of the United Nations and a former Minister of Environment of Nigeria.

Amina Mohammed resigned from Nigerian Federal Executive Council on 24 February 2017.
Previously, Amina Mohammed was a key player in the Post-2015 development process,
serving as the Special Adviser to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Post-2015
development planning. In this role, she acted as the link between the Secretary-General, his
High Level Panel of Eminent Persons (HLP), and the General Assembly’s Open Working
Group (OWG), among other stakeholders.

Prior to this position, Mohammed served as Founder and CEO of the Center for Development
Policy Solutions and as an Adjunct Professor for the Master’s in Development Practice
program at Columbia University. Previously, she acted as the Senior Special Assistant to the
President of Nigeria on the Millennium Development Goals after serving three presidents over
a period of six years. In 2005, she was charged with the coordination of Nigeria’s debt relief
funds toward the achievement of the MDGs. From 2002-2005, Mohammed coordinated the
Task Force on Gender and Education for the UN Millennium Project.

Earlier in her career, Amina Mohammed was Founder and Executive Director of Afri-Projects
Consortium, a multidisciplinary firm of engineers and quantity surveyors. She also worked
with the architectural engineering firm Archcon Nigeria in association with Norman and
Dawbarn, UK.

In 1991, Amina Mohammed founded Afri-Projects Consortium, a multidisciplinary firm of
Engineers and Quantity Surveyors, and from 1991 to 2001 she was its Executive Director.
Between 1981 and 1991, she worked with Archcon Nigeria in association with Norman and
Dawbarn United Kingdom.

Amy Beth Pascal Vision to INSPIRE.
Mission to CHANGE.

Amy Beth Pascal (born March 25, 1958) is an
American business executive and film producer. She
served as the Chairperson of the Motion Pictures Group

of Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE) and Co-
Chairperson of SPE, including Sony Pictures Television,
from 2006 until 2015. She has overseen the production
and distribution of many films and television programs,

and was co-chairman during the late-2014 Sony
Pictures Entertainment hack. Her current company,
Pascal Pictures, has obtained rights to produce several

films.

Ana Pinczuk Vision to INSPIRE.
Mission to CHANGE.
Ana Pinczuk
SVP and GM, HPE Pointnext Services

Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Carnegie Mellon University
San Francisco Bay Area

Transformational leader with demonstrated success in
running multi-billion dollar P&Ls and accelerating business
results. Well-rounded Senior Executive with a background
that includes Engineering, Sales, IT and Services. Most
recently leading the Products organization at Veritas.

Passionate about leading industry transformation enabled
through technology and business model innovation. Lead
change from vision through execution. Excel at managing
executive and team buy-in and accountability. Excited when
tackling complex business problems that require innovative
approaches. Engaging leadership style that inspires grass-
roots commitment and action.

Andrew R. Davis Vision to INSPIRE.
Mission to CHANGE.
Andrew R. Davis
Global Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer

The Coca-Cola Company
Emory University - Goizueta Business School

Greater Atlanta Area

Seasoned executive with broad experience in all
aspects of Human Resources.

Specialties:
Leadership Development
Workforce Planning
Diversity & Inclusion Planning/Strategy
Succession Planning
Change Management
Employee & Labor Relations
Talent Management
Organizational Effectiveness
Compensation & Benefits

Industry Experience:
CPG, Hospitality, Entertainment and Retail

Maxine Williams Vision to INSPIRE.
Mission to CHANGE.
Global Director of Diversity
Facebook

University of Oxford
Menlo Park, California

Strategic yet hands-on operational leader focused on
developing strategies, implementing programs and building
partnerships to fulfill our mission of making the world more
open and connected. Partnering with a team of bright and

passionate individuals, this role influences and supports
leadership, managers, and employees alike to increase and
reflect global diversity, inclusion and integration at Facebook

and in our products.

Angela Jean Ahrendts Vision to INSPIRE.
Mission to CHANGE.

Angela Jean Ahrendts (born June 7, 1960) is an
American businesswoman and the senior vice president
of retail at Apple Inc. She was the CEO of Burberry from
2006 to 2014. Ahrendts left Burberry to join Apple in
2014. Ahrendts was ranked 25th in Forbes' 2015 list of
the most powerful women in the world, 9th most powerful
woman in the U.K. in the BBC Radio 4 Woman’s Hour
100 Power List and 29th in Fortune’s 2014 list of the
world's most powerful women in business. She was also
a member of the UK's Prime Minister's business advisory
council until it was disbanded in 2016.

Angela M. Guzman Vision to INSPIRE.
Mission to CHANGE.

Angela M. Guzman
Director - Supplier Diversity, NBCUniversal

NBCUniversal Media, LLC
City University of New York
Greater New York City Area

Angela M. Guzman is Director of Supplier Diversity for
NBCUniversal. As the Manager of this important initiative, she is
responsible for developing partnerships that will promote the use

of minority-, women-, veteran- and LGBT- owned businesses
company-wide. Guzman serves as a lead liaison between
NBCUniversal, the diverse supplier community and diverse
supplier advocacy groups.

Ajamu Johnson Vision to INSPIRE.
Mission to CHANGE.

Ajamu Johnson
Executive Director, Strategic Procurement at Comcast

& NBCUniversal
Comcast

University of California, Los Angeles
The Anderson School of Management

Greater Philadelphia Area

Ajamu Johnson was named Executive Director of Supplier Diversity and
Strategic Procurement for Comcast and NBCUniversal in February, 2014. He
leads the team responsible for all supplier diversity activities for one of the
world’s leading providers of media and entertainment. His duties include
establishing corporate policy, strategy, and objectives that ensure maximum
utilization of qualified diverse businesses in the contracting process.

During 2015, after consecutive years of economic impact growth, Comcast
became the first Media and Technology Company to be inducted into the
prestigious Billion Dollar Roundtable. From 2008 to 2013, Mr. Johnson led
vendor diversity and inclusion activities for Comcast’s cable division. In 2010,
he worked closely with the executive team to establish an unprecedented
series of diversity and inclusion-related voluntary public commitments in
connection with the successful completion of Comcast’s acquisition of
NBCUniversal.

Antoine Andrews Vision to INSPIRE.
Mission to CHANGE.

Antoine Andrews
VP, Diversity and Inclusion at Nike

Nike
Rutgers, The State University of New

Jersey-Newark
Portland, Oregon Area

Antonio Ramon Villaraigosa Vision to INSPIRE.
Mission to CHANGE.

Antonio Ramón Villaraigosa born Antonio Ramón Villar Jr.; January 23, 1953) is an
American politician who was the 41st Mayor of Los Angeles, California from 2005 to
2013. Before becoming mayor, he was a member of the California State
Assembly (1994–2000), where he served as the Democratic leader of the Assembly
(1996–98), and the Speaker of the California State Assembly (1998–2000).

He ran for mayor in 2001 against Los Angeles City Attorney James Hahn, but lost in the
second round of voting. He was elected to the Los Angeles City Council in 2003. In 2005,
he ran for mayor again in a rematch against Hahn and won. During his tenure as mayor,
he gained national attention for his work and was featured in Time's story on the
country's 25 most influential Latinos. He was the first Mexican American in over 130
years to have served as Mayor of Los Angeles. He was term limited and could not run for
re-election in 2013. He continues to be actively engaged in education, civic engagement,
water, immigration, transportation, and economic development issues. He speaks
nationally and throughout California on these issues.

Villaraigosa is a member of the Democratic Party, and was a national co-chairman
of Hillary Clinton's 2008 presidential campaign, a member of PresidentBarack Obama's
Transition Economic Advisory Board and Chairman of the 2012 Democratic National
Convention in September 2012.

In November 2016, Villaraigosa announced his candidacy for Governor of
California in 2018.

April Harley Vision to INSPIRE.
Mission to CHANGE.

April Harley, CPSD, CPSM
Supplier Diversity, Business Dev - Supply Chain at

Duke Energy
Duke Energy Corporation

Eckerd College
Tampa/St. Petersburg, Florida Area

April Harley was recognized 2012 as Central and North Florida Minority Supplier
Development Council's Advocate of the Year. This honor is based on her strategic
execution for the business case of supplier diversity -- maximum return on
investment for all stakeholders. She drives solutions with innovative approaches
to economic development through inclusion and supply chain sustainability.

During her tenure in the role, the program received the Edison Electric Institute's
2012 Supplier Diversity Innovation Award, and Corporation of the Year in two
NMSDC Council regions.

April delivers results today to support the vision of an inclusive environment for
quality suppliers in the future, and is honored to have been featured in Duke
Energy's 2012 Sustainability Report.

Aubrey Blanche Vision to INSPIRE.
Mission to CHANGE.

Aubrey Blanche
Diversity & Inclusion Expert | Advisor | Founder

Atlassian
Stanford University
San Francisco Bay Area

Aubrey Blanche is the Global Head of Diversity & Inclusion at Atlassian. There, she works with teams across
the business to provide greater opportunities for everyone to join Atlassian and do the best work of their lives
there. Her work spans the talent lifecycle from increasing access to technical education for underrepresented
minorities through recruiting, retention, and advancement of all Atlassians. She relies heavily on empirical
social science in her work, and has developed a new team-level paradigm for external diversity reporting.
She believes that leading with empathy is the key to driving meaningful, sustainable change and creating
highly effective teams.

In all areas of her work, she seeks to design effective interventions, programs, and talent practices that
create equal opportunities for all Atlassians, and for the global tech industry. She is heavily involved in
multiple industry groups seeking to define new standards for company transparency, reporting, and
investment in diversity & inclusion. She is an advisor to SheStarts, a Sydney-based accelerator focused
exclusively on supporting female founders, BeVisible, and Joonko. She is the co-founder of Sycamore, a
community aiming to fix the VC funding gap for underrepresented founders.

Avis Yates Rivers Vision to INSPIRE.
Mission to CHANGE.
Technology Concepts Group International, LLC

President and CEO

Avis Yates Rivers possesses more than forty years of general management experience in the
information technology industry. She has been a successful entrepreneur for 30 years. She is
currently the President and CEO of Technology Concepts Group International, LLC, (TCGI), an
information technology asset management and supply chain solutions provider and full-service
equipment leasing firm.

Prior to establishing her first company in 1985, Ms. Yates Rivers enjoyed an 11-year career at
Exxon Corporation and its subsidiaries. She rose to the rank of Account Executive as a result of
successfully marketing the early technology products of Exxon Office Systems Company in New
York City.

Avis is an avid advocate for increasing the meaningful participation of girls, women and people of
color in the invention of technology. As a Board Member of NCWIT, she is passionate about
uncovering the hidden genius in underserved communities across the country.

Avis is the National Spokesperson for NCWIT's Sit With Me Campaign and travels across the
country encouraging everyone to take a stand for technical women and their contributions by
'sitting' in the red chair. She often presents keynote addresses, serves on panels, or delivers
presentations as well as participates in many STEM activities.

In 2014, Avis was invited to speak at the White House Summit on Working Families and was

named as a White House Champion of Change in STEM.

Bea Perez Vision to INSPIRE.
Mission to CHANGE.

Bea Perez
Senior Vice President, Chief Public Affairs,
Communications and Sustainability Officer,

The Coca-Cola Company
University of Maryland College Park

Greater Atlanta Area

As the Chief Public Affairs, Communications and Sustainability Officer and member of the Executive Committee, I lead an
integrated team across public affairs and communications, sustainability and partnerships to support the Company’s new
growth model and path to become a total beverage company.

In this role, I align a diverse portfolio of work against the Company’s business objectives to support brands, communities,
consumers and partners worldwide. Building on a previous role as Chief Marketing Officer for Coca-Cola North America, I
oversee the Company’s sports and entertainment assets including partnerships with Olympics, Special Olympics and FIFA; and
lead strategic and operational efforts for the Company’s Retail and Licensing portfolio of assets. I also direct the philanthropic
efforts of The Coca-Cola Foundation in my role as Chair.

Since 2011, I have served as the Company’s first Chief Sustainability Officer, and continue to develop and lead progress against
our comprehensive global sustainability commitments with a focus on water stewardship, environment and women’s
economic empowerment.

I am a strong advocate of community service, serving on a variety of community and national boards of directors with a special
focus on helping to strengthen the Hispanic community. I also serve on the corporate board for Primerica, Inc.

Belinda Pestana Vision to INSPIRE.
Mission to CHANGE.
Belinda Pestana
Ernst & Young
Seton Hall University
Greater New York City Area

Belinda Pestana Fernandez is a seasoned finance professional with over 18 years of
experience. Belinda is a Tax Partner at Ernst and Young. She advises her clients on such
matters including but not limited to federal, state and international tax planning,
accounting for income taxes, fund launches including AIV structures, investor reporting and
withholding, transfer pricing and compensation matters.

Belinda is Cuban American, born and raised in New Jersey. She is an active member in her
community where she volunteers in initiatives such as Junior Achievement, Women’s
Professional Network and the Latino Professional Network.

Ben Hasan Vision to INSPIRE.
Mission to CHANGE.

Ben Hasan is senior vice president and chief culture, diversity and inclusion officer for Wal-Mart
Stores, Inc. (Walmart). He is responsible for the continued development of the evolution of the
company’s culture, the development of behaviors that embrace diversity and inclusion at all levels
of the company and the promotion of the company’s external reputation as a great place to work.
He assumed this role in 2015.
Ben joined Walmart in 2008 and previously served as senior vice president of strategic services in
Walmart Technology. In this role, he and his team were responsible for strategy, communication,
innovation, vendor management, project management, business analysis, quality assurance and
the global technology offices in India and Mexico.

Prior to joining Walmart, Ben worked 11 years at Dell, Inc. He progressed through several
leadership positions before serving as vice president of corporate and product group information
technology. In this position, he directed teams in Texas, Shanghai, Taipei and Singapore. He also
served as general manager of Dell’s information technology development centers in Brazil and
India. Before joining Dell, he gained broad experience in information technology, human
resources, rates and regulatory affairs and customer service during his 14-year career with
ENSERCH Corporation, an oil and gas company based in Dallas.

In 2006, Ben received the Temple University Fox School IT Award for Distinguished Alumni. He
holds a master's in business administration from Amber University in Dallas and a bachelor’s
degree in business administration with a concentration in computer science from Temple
University in Philadelphia.

Bernadette Aulestia Vision to INSPIRE.
Mission to CHANGE.

Bernadette Aulestia
Executive Vice President, Global Distribution HBO

Brown University
Greater New York City Area

Experienced media executive with experience in strategy, business development,
distribution, subscriber marketing, digital media and management.

Strong track record of innovation, leadership and team-building.

Experience with:

- Successfully negotiating highly complex deals
- Building cohesive teams and solid relationships with partners and buyers
- Leveraging assets to maximize profitability
- Subscriber marketing and retention
- Overseeing large teams
- P&L and operating responsibilities

Beatriz (Betty) Manetta Vision to INSPIRE.
Mission to CHANGE.

Beatriz Manetta emigrated from Argentina to Elizabeth, New Jersey, when she was a young girl. Her parents were
factory workers who knew the importance of an education, but were unable to pay for it. Manetta earned both of her
degrees while maintaining a full time job.
She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing and Accounting from Rutgers University and holds a Master’s
Degree in International Studies from Seton Hall University. She worked in corporate America for twenty years. The
knowledge, skills, training and assignments in human resources, sales, technical support, quality management and
her focus on both national and international assignments were great tools for an entrepreneur. In addition, key
personal networks and relationships had been woven and were a critical element in helping to create Argent
Associates Inc. and Asociar LLC.
Argent Associates was launched in 1998 and Asociar in 2012 both under the helm of Ms. Manetta as President CEO.
Both Argent Associates and Asociar have built a reputation by having and maintaining an impeccable reputation and
work ethic, and working towards exceeding customer expectations. This is a critical element in being able to grow and
sustain a business. Manetta’s success is interdependent to the success of the communities.
Social responsibility is taken seriously to ensure that education and economic prosperity are still part of the American
Dream. Manetta has been awarded numerous awards from local, state, federal, corporate and nonprofit organizations
for her leadership and commitment to community. She also sits on numerous boards which support efforts she is
passionate about.

Dr. Betty Uribe Vision to INSPIRE.
Mission to CHANGE.

Dr. Betty Uribe
Executive Vice President, California Bank

& Trust
California Bank & Trust

Pepperdine University
Irvine, California

With 25 years of experience in the financial services industry, Uribe
has held senior level positions in retail banking, business banking and
strategic planning.

At CB&T Uribe leads division comprised of 66 branches and multiple
business lending teams in the San Francisco, East Bay, Sacramento,
Central Valley, Greater Los Angeles, Orange County, Antelope Valley,
and Inland Empire areas.

Beverly Jennings Vision to INSPIRE.
Mission to CHANGE.

Beverly Jennings
Head, Office of Supplier Diversity & Inclusion

Johnson & Johnson
The University of Dallas
Skillman, New Jersey

Boxama A. Saint John Vision to INSPIRE.
Mission to CHANGE.

Bozoma "Boz" A. Saint John (née Arthur) (born January 21, 1977) is the Chief Brand Officer
at Uber.Until June 2017, she was a marketing executive at Apple Music after joining the company in
its acquisition of Beats Music.
Saint John was born in Ghana to Rev. Dr. Appianda Arthur and Aba Arthur (née Enim). The family
moved to Colorado Springs when she was 14. Her father was a clarinet player and member of the
Ghanaian army before emigrating to the United States to attend graduate school. Saint John cites her
father as her biggest inspiration. In 1999, she graduated from Wesleyan University with an English
major. Her father received a PhD in ethnomusicology in 1977, also from Wesleyan.

Bright Simons 32Vision to INSPIRE.

Bright Simons is a Ghanaian social innovator, entrepreneur, writer Mission to CHANGE.
and researcher affiliated with IMANI. He is also the founder and
president of mPedigree.

As of 2013, Bright Simons was the President of the mPedigree
Network, a self-described 'social enterprise' noted for its work to
expose makers and distributors of counterfeit medicines, and for
creating a computer program called Goldkeys that enables the
verification of certain products in some countries.
Simons writes for the Huffington Post, Digital and the Royal
African Society's online magazine, African Arguments. He is a
regular contributor to the BBC's Business Daily programs.
Simons has co-authored research at IMANI.

Bryan Stevenson Vision to INSPIRE.
Mission to CHANGE.

BRYAN STEVENSON is the founder and Executive Director of the Equal Justice Initiative in Montgomery, Alabama. Mr. Stevenson is a
widely acclaimed public interest lawyer who has dedicated his career to helping the poor, the incarcerated and the condemned. Under
his leadership, EJI has won major legal challenges eliminating excessive and unfair sentencing, exonerating innocent death row
prisoners, confronting abuse of the incarcerated and the mentally ill and aiding children prosecuted as adults. Mr. Stevenson has
successfully argued several cases in the United States Supreme Court and recently won an historic ruling that mandatory life-without-
parole sentences for all children 17 or younger are unconstitutional. Mr. Stevenson and his staff have won reversals, relief or release for
over 115 wrongly condemned prisoners on death row. Mr. Stevenson has initiated major new anti-poverty and anti-discrimination
efforts that challenge the legacy of racial inequality in America, including major projects to educate communities about slavery,
lynching and racial segregation. Mr. Stevenson is also a Professor of Law at the New York University School of Law.

Mr. Stevenson’s work fighting poverty and challenging racial discrimination in the criminal justice system has won him numerous
awards including the prestigious MacArthur Foundation “Genius” Prize, the National Medal of Liberty from the American Civil
Liberties Union after he was nominated by United States Supreme Court Justice John Stevens, the Public Interest Lawyer of the
Year by the National Association of Public Interest Lawyers, and the Olaf Palme Prize in Stockholm, Sweden for international human
rights. The American Bar Association has honored Mr. Stevenson with its John Minor Public Service and Professionalism Award. In
2002, he received the Alabama State Bar Commissioners Award. In 2003, the SALT Human Rights Award was presented to Mr.
Stevenson by the Society of American Law Teachers. In 2004, he received the Award for Courageous Advocacyfrom the American
College of Trial Lawyers and also the Lawyer for the People Award from the National Lawyers Guild. In 2006 New York University
presented Mr. Stevenson with its Distinguished Teaching Award. Mr. Stevenson won the Gruber Foundation International Justice
Prize and has been awarded the NAACP William Robert Ming Advocacy Award, the National Legal Aid & Defender Association
Lifetime Achievement Award, the Ford Foundation Visionaries Award and the Roosevelt Institute Franklin D. Roosevelt Freedom
from Fear Award. In 2012, Mr. Stevenson received the American Psychiatric Association Human Rights Award, the Birmingham
Civil Rights Institute Fred L. Shuttlesworth Award, and the Smithsonian Magazine American Ingenuity Award in Social
Progress. Mr. Stevenson was inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Science in 2014 and most recently won the Lannan
Foundation Prize for Human and Civil Rights.

Mr. Stevenson has received 26 honorary degrees including degrees from Yale University, the University of Pennsylvania, Georgetown
University and Washington University. He is the recent author of the critically acclaimed New York Times bestseller, Just Mercy, which
was named by Time Magazine as one of the 10 Best Books of Nonfiction for 2014 and has been awarded several honors including a
2015 NAACP Image Award.

Byna Elliott Vision to INSPIRE.
Mission to CHANGE.

I manage the banks Community Reinvestment Act efforts, which includes,
charitable giving, economic development for underserved communities, and
lending in urban and rural markets.

Fifth Third Bank has a strong commitment to service, in fact, it is a core value
of the organization. The bank is committed to making a difference and
providing charitable support to the communities that our employees live and
work.

To learn more about the bank and our commitment to the community visit us
at www.53.com

Specialties: Fifth Third Bank is a full-service financial institution with offices in
9 states, 19 markets, and with assets over $115 billion.

Candice Morgan Vision to INSPIRE.
Mission to CHANGE.

Head of Inclusion and Diversity at Pinterest

Candice Morgan guides business executives to build inclusive talent strategies, from employee
recruitment and retention to product customization. She spent a decade honing her expertise
in diversity strategy and practice with leading global organizations across a range of industries
- including professional and financial services, healthcare, oil and gas, consumer goods, and
technology. Candice is currently Head of Diversity at Pinterest, leading strategy and programs
to enhance a diverse and inclusive company. She is a frequent speaker at global conferences
and events.

Formerly, Candice was a Senior Director in Consulting Services at Catalyst, the leading
nonprofit for research, advisory, and practices on women in business. Working on Wall Street
and as an expatriate in Zürich, Switzerland, she spent nearly a decade drawing on her insights
to help companies develop strong diversity strategy while expanding Catalyst’s global
membership. She published guides on metrics, strategy, and accountability. Candice also
developed and lead Catalyst's initiative and conference for employee resource groups, acted
as a member liaison for dozens of global organizations, and was topic expert on the Awards
Committee.

Carin Taylor Vision to INSPIRE.
Mission to CHANGE.
Head of Diversity, Inclusion, & Innovation
Genetech

Highly successful Senior Leader in Diversity and Inclusion that offers
extensive expertise in strategy, high-impact program development and
cross-functional team leadership. Excels in creating, planning, and
executing strategic programs that drive innovation, engagement,
attracting top talent, and retention. Selected skills include:

- Strategic Planning and Execution
- Partnering with Senior Leaders
- Developing results driven innovative initiatives, programs
- Cross-functional Collaboration
- People Development
- Working across cultures

Carla Harris Vision to INSPIRE.
Mission to CHANGE.
Vice Chairman and Managing Director at Morgan Stanley

Carla Harris is a Vice Chairman, Wealth Management, Managing Director and Senior
Client Advisor at Morgan Stanley. She is responsible for increasing client connectivity
and penetration to enhance revenue generation across the firm. She formerly headed
the Emerging Manager Platform, the equity capital markets effort for the consumer and
retail industries and was responsible for Equity Private Placements. Ms. Harris has
extensive industry experiences in the technology, media, retail, telecommunications,
transportation, industrial, and healthcare sectors. In August 2013, Carla Harris was
appointed by President Barack Obama to chair the National Women’s Business Council.

For more than a decade, Ms. Harris was a senior member of the equity syndicate desk
and executed such transactions as initial public offerings for UPS, Martha Stewart Living
Omnimedia, Ariba, Redback, the General Motors sub-IPO of Delphi Automotive, and the
$3.2 Billion common stock transaction for Immunex Corporation, one of the largest
biotechnology common stock transaction in U.S. history.

Ms. Harris was recently named to Fortune Magazine’s list of “The 50 Most Powerful
Black Executives in Corporate America”, U. S. Bankers Top 25 Most Powerful Women in
Finance (2009, 2010, 2011), Black Enterprise’s Top 75 Most Powerful Women in
Business (2010), to Black Enterprise Magazine’s “Top 75 African Americans on Wall
Street” (2006 – 2011), and to Essence Magazine’s list of “The 50 Women Who are
Shaping the World”, Ebony’s list of the Power 100 and “15 Corporate Women at the Top”
and was named “Woman of the Year 2004” by the Harvard Black Men’s Forum and in
2011 by the Yale Black Men’s Forum.

Carmen Castillo Vision to INSPIRE.
Mission to CHANGE.
President and CEO at SDI International Corp

SDI provides its clients with fully scalable global indirect procurement solutions (tail-end)
centered on Procure-to-Pay and Source-to-Pay. These programs are designed to manage large
numbers of small suppliers handling non-critical/non-catalogue transactions that are often
untracked, resulting in inefficiencies in process times, compliance and costs. Our service
portfolio also includes payrolling, independent contractor compliance programs and other
indirect procurement deliverables.

As part of my responsibilities as President/CEO, I am hands-on with the overall coordination of
company operations, global advertising, business development and marketing programs, along
with proposal strategies and preparation. I evaluate new markets for SDI’s service offerings and
monitor compliance with contract administration and corporate agreements. I am also in charge
of SDI’s branding and corporate identity, acting as the face of the company in industry events,
corporate networking and in speaking opportunities throughout the world.

From the advocacy perspective, I act as a Board Member of the United States Hispanic Chamber
of Commerce (USHCC) and lead their Audit and International Committees. I am also Vice Chair
of the International Women’s Entrepreneurial Challenge (IWEC), and collaborate with the
boards of many other Minority- and Woman-owned business organizations. I am very active in
community affairs, direct mentorship programs and business development organizations that
further the entrepreneurial efforts of minorities and women worldwide.

Carmen Nava Vision to INSPIRE.
Mission to CHANGE.
Senior Vice President at AT&T

Carmen Nava was appointed Senior Vice President – Premium Care, in September 2015.
In this role, Carmen leads AT&T Entertainment Group’s efforts to care for customers with
more complex needs, while providing continuous improvements across the business.
Her 31-year career has taken her to assignments in customer experience, business
planning, billing, customer service and sales, human resources, external affairs and
marketing. Prior to this assignment, Carmen served as Senior Vice President – Customer
Experience.
Carmen is active in the community and serves on the Corporate Advisory Board of the
University of Southern California’s (USC) Latino Alumni Association and on the University
of the Incarnate Word’s Board of Trustees. She also serves on the Advisory Board of two
Employee Resource Groups that support the company’s commitment to diversity and
inclusion through their efforts in the workplace, marketplace and the community:
HACEMOS and LEAGUE.
Carmen was recognized as one of the Top 5 Latina Executives of the year for 2013 by
Latina Style Magazine for her work to empower women and the Hispanic community and
was selected by Hispanic Professionals in the Information Technology Industry (HITEC) as
one of the Top 100 most influential and notable Hispanics in the technology industry for
2016

Carolina Jannicelli Vision to INSPIRE.
Mission to CHANGE.

Managing Director at J.P. Morgan

Carolina is Market Manager at J.P. Morgan, advising and serving clients in the New York
area. She was recently featured on Fortune's 2017 Top 50 Most Powerful Latina's list as
compiled by ALPFA.

Before assuming this role, she was Global Head of Analyst and Associate Acquisition and
Development, leading the effort to build Asset Management’s global pipeline of
emerging Advisor talent.

Carolina also built the Latin America High Net Worth business for J.P. Morgan, growing a
large sales force in the U.S. and abroad, creating new marketing and operating models
and leading a fast growing P&L. This was preceded by her role creating the Marketing
and Strategy function for the Latin America Private Bank.

She began her career with the firm in 1996 at the Investment Bank where she spent time
in Mergers and Acquisitions and Debt Capital Markets.

Carolina is trilingual in Spanish, English and Portuguese, she obtained her Bachelor’s
degree at Babson College, and her Master's in the History of Art and Design at the Pratt
Institute. Her thesis, "The Chase Manhattan Bank: A Legacy of Art in the Workplace,"
chronicles the history of the J.P. Morgan Chase corporate art collection.

Cathy Campbell Vision to INSPIRE.
Mission to CHANGE.

Global Diversity & Inclusion at Microsoft

Diversity & Inclusion professional with over 20 years of experience, consulting with
leadership while developing and implementing strategic initiatives that drive
Diversity and Inclusion results across the enterprise.

Cedric L. Bobo Vision to INSPIRE.
Mission to CHANGE.
Principal of The Carlyle Group LP

Mr. Cedric L. Bobo served as a Principal of The Carlyle Group LP. Mr. Bobo was
associated with U.S. Buyout, focuses on buyout opportunities in the industrial,
automotive and transportation sector in United States.

Mr. Bobo joined The Carlyle Group LP in 2005 and was part of the Corporate
Private Equity fund segment. He served as an Associate of American Infrastructure
MLP Funds, DLJ Merchant Banking, McCown De Leeuw & Company.

Prior to that, he served as an Analyst in ... the investment banking division of
Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette. He has been a Board Observer of Genesee &
Wyoming Inc. since October 2012. Mr. Bobo received his M.B.A. from Harvard
Business School and a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, summa cum laude from the
University of Tennessee.

Chance The Rapper Vision to INSPIRE.
Mission to CHANGE.

Music Producer, Rapper, Activist

Chance the Rapper is one of the biggest breakout stars of the past few
years, achieving fame and success in an unorthodox way — by
avoiding the major labels that want to sign him. Fiercely independent
and articulate, he’s found a way to please both the backpacker fans
and a much wider audience through savvy collaborations with the likes
of Lil Wayne and Kanye West. He’s also politically active, and a recent
act of philanthropy, which saw him donate $1 million to Chicago public
schools, even had fellow Chicagoan Michelle Obama tweeting her
praise for him: “Thanks for giving back to the Chicago community,
which gave us so much. You are an example of the power of arts
education.”

Christine LaGarde Vision to INSPIRE.
Mission to CHANGE.
Managing Director of IMF

Christine Lagarde is the eleventh Managing Director of the 189-nation
IMF, and the first woman to hold that position. She was selected by the
IMF's Executive Board to lead the institution on July 5, 2011 and re-
selected to serve a second five-year term starting on July 5, 2016.

Under Christine Lagarde's leadership, the IMF has helped its member
countries to overcome the global financial crisis; strengthened its
support in key areas of lending, economic policy advice, and capacity
building; and achieved significant reforms in its governance to give
greater voice to emerging markets and better reflect the dynamic
changes in the global economy. She has also expanded the work of the
IMF into macro-economically critical areas such as inequality, gender,
and the environment.

Christine Lagarde graduated from law school at University Paris X, and
obtained a Master’s degree from Political Science Institute in Aix en
Provence.

Christine M. McGrath Vision to INSPIRE.
Mission to CHANGE.

Vice President Global Sustainability, Well-being, Government & Public
Affairs at Mondelēz International

Senior strategic marketing expert with proven track record in discovering, “unlocking” and
operationalizing the most compelling growth opportunities in Fortune 500 consumer
product environments.

Special expertise in identifying unrealized potential in new market segments, product and
market turnarounds, new product innovation and brand management. Consistently selected
for the most challenging circumstances, including successfully bringing marketing focus to
cross-divisional corporate initiatives.

Motivational leader with a reputation for building results-oriented collaboration across a
global organization and securing external strategic alliances and partnerships.

Christopher Williams Vision to INSPIRE.
Mission to CHANGE.

Chairman, CEO and Founder of The Williams Capital Group

Mr. Williams began his career at Lehman Brothers in 1984 and subsequently
assumed senior management responsibilities in debt capital markets, over the
counter derivatives, and taxable fixed income trading. After departing Lehman
Brothers to form a derivatives division of Jefferies & Company, he established
The Williams Capital Group, L. P. in 1994.

Mr. Williams has leveraged his extensive experience in the fixed income, equity,
and derivatives markets to direct the firm’s strategic efforts in investment
banking and asset management.

Since 2000, Thomson Financial has consistently ranked Williams Capital among
the most active underwriters of publicly traded equity and investment grade
corporate debt offerings. Both Fortune magazine and Crain’s New York Business
have recognized Chris Williams for his leadership in the financial services
industry.

Chuck Sanders Vision to INSPIRE.
Mission to CHANGE.
CEO and Founder Urban Lending Solutions

Clare Rewcastle Brown Vision to INSPIRE.
Mission to CHANGE.

Journalist – Sarawak Report

Sarawak Report provides an investigative angle on the situation in East
Malaysia, focusing on the destruction of the Borneo jungle, industrial scale
oil palm plantation and the violation of indigenous rights, which are all
products of systemic political corruption.

Claudi Puig Vision to INSPIRE.
Mission to CHANGE.
Univision Communications , Chief Revenue Officer

Univision Communications Inc. is the leading multimedia company serving Hispanic America, with
a mission to inform, empower and entertain our community. Univision is the leading destination
for U.S. Hispanics by a significant margin, commanding 60% share of the Spanish-language
primetime Adult 18-49 audience and reaching an estimated 106 million average monthly
unduplicated media consumers.

Univision engages consumers via its portfolio of 17 broadcast, cable and digital networks and
partnerships, including UDN, Fusion and a minority stake in El Rey Network, as well as 126 local TV
and Radio stations, and a growing digital portfolio of mobile and video properties—including
Univision.com, Univision Now, Uforia, The Root, as well as iconic digital-first platforms Gizmodo,
Jalopnik, Jezebel, Deadspin, Lifehacker and Kotaku, and a stake in The Onion.

Connye Harper Vision to INSPIRE.
Mission to CHANGE.
Harper Strategies LLC, Human Resources Consulting

I have dedicated my training and experience in Labor Relations and Employment Law to
making a difference for communities, employers and people. My work as a program
developer and facilitator through Harper Strategies LLC explains the nuances of Labor
and Employment Law to employers. My work as a mediator helps everyone "get along."
Specialties: Labor and Employment Law Compliance, Organizational Behavior, and
Alternative Dispute Resolution.


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