Thematic months are excellent, but only if they produce real awareness and change. This March for Women’s History Month, join us on the live Capital P in People Work podcast panel and Q & A in discussing supporting womxn in the workplace.
What is not discussed:
Why it’s important to support womxn. This is a given in our minds.
What is discussed:
How to authentically support womxn.
How to be bold in the workplace to make strides for womxn in your organization and others.
What’s missing in the workplace to make significant change.
Olivia Jaramillo, Public Outreach Director at Equality Utah
Olivia is a Strategic Leadership Consultant and a Diversity Equity and Inclusion Specialist. She is currently Director for Public Outreach at Equality Utah. She was born and raised in Mexico. She’s a retired United States Air Force Veteran, where she served on tours to Iraq, Europe, and humanitarian missions into Africa. In 2016 she was one of the first individuals nationwide to legally change her name and gender marker while still serving on Active Duty. She has worked in furthering DEI efforts for several companies and Organizations including the VIVINT, Qualtrics, Dominion Energy, Zions Bank, and Adobe. She is a Commissioner on the Salt Lake City Human rights Commission, a member of the YWCA’s Public Policy Committee, and was a political candidate in 2020. She currently lives in Salt Lake City with her son Oliver.
Diana Maldonado, CEO & President of Maldonado Strategies LLC
In her expansive career as a long-time Austin political and public figure, a financial advisor for one of the world’s largest investment firms, and a leading voice in Austin’s Hispanic community, Diana Maldonado has an established record for accomplishing the “impossible” while building lasting relationships.
Her sharp insight for pinpointing incongruencies, combined with her method for listening and collaborating, helps organizations design and implement innovative solutions to accelerate their big vision goals and become the leading edge.
(From becoming the first Latina elected to represent Williamson County in the Texas State House of Representatives, to running marathons all over the world, Diana’s achievements are indications of her mental fortitude and ability to navigate challenges. )
Robin Schooling, Director of Talent Strategy at Humareso
Robin Schooling is an HR leader, strategist, and advisor with extensive senior level experience in all areas of human resource management and talent. As Director of Talent Strategy with consulting firm Humareso, she works to promote innovative and forward-thinking strategies for future-focused organizations. A highly regarded global HR influencer, she regularly speaks to global HR and TA audiences, writes for various publications as well as her own popular HR blog, and serves as co-host of the long-running podcast Drive Thru HR. She’s been named by HR Executive Magazine as one of the Top 100 HR Tech Influencers in 2019 and 2020 and has served on the Advisory Boards for HROnboard (Melbourne, AUS), BlackbookHR, HR Open Source, and the Louisiana Business Network. Robin is a fervent fan of the New Orleans Saints, a binge-watcher of Below Deck (all locales and all seasons!) and is on a continual quest to discover the perfect French 75.
Barbara Cavness, CEO of (un)Common Logic
In 2014, Barbara became the CEO of 360Partners and has since led the company as it has grown in size and services as well as through a rebrand to (un)Common Logic and the addition of a sister company, Unfair Advantage. Through it all, she emphasizes the importance of delivering ongoing value and results.
Barbara has built an exceptional team at (un)Common Logic where leadership is 66% female, 20% are people of color, and over 10% of our employees have been with us ten years or longer. And (un)Common Logic has received a Top Workplaces in Austin award 9 times since 2013.
Barbara became CEO when she was 4 months pregnant with her first child. As she says, “Learning how to be a CEO while also learning to be a mother was incredibly challenging. As hard as it was, it couldn’t have gone any other way because I was ready to take both those steps in my life and I didn’t want to sacrifice one for the other. The intersection of becoming both a CEO and a mother opened up a deeper well of empathy in terms of how I approach leading different kinds of people: how to strike the right balance of acknowledging each as an individual with their own strengths, challenges, and opportunities while retaining high standards and a clear, consistent environment for all.