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  • Wednesday Keynote Address

    Wednesday Keynote Address

    Wednesday May 11th 8:30 AM- 9:30 AM
    "Canon Together Next"
    Mr. Kohei Maeda, Marketing Supervisor, Business Information Communications Group - Canon USA, Inc.

    Price $0.00

  • Session 1

    Session 1

    Wednesday, May 11th 11:00 AM- Noon
    Andrew Jernigan, CEO, Insured Nomads
    "The evolution of insurance for the revolution of travel"
    Join Insured Nomads for an interactive discussion to see how the global work and travel revolution has created the most significant strategic product and service evolution in this industry in decades. Living at work is here to stay and the demand for a rebalanced life and experiences at an all time high following the global pandemic. How can companies like Insured Nomads cater to this new reality of work, life, and travel leveraging tomorrow’s technology with a customer experience based on engagement, simplicity, and unprecedented value?

    Price $50.00

  • Session 2

    Session 2

    Wednesday, May 11th 11:00 AM- Noon
    Brian McElroy, Sales Excellence People Excellence Manager
    "Innovation in Work: Adaptive and Agile Sellers"

    Price $50.00

  • Session 3

    Session 3

    Wednesday, May 11th 11:00 AM- Noon
    Nora Dunn
    "Lessons to be Learned from 16 Years as a Digital Nomad"

    Price $50.00

  • Session 4

    Session 4

    Wednesday, May 11th 2:00 PM- 3:00 PM

    Price $50.00

  • Session 5

    Session 5

    Wednesday, May 11th 2:00 PM- 3:00 PM
    David Di Molfetta, Tech Policy Reporter , S&P
    "Enabling Policy Priorities to Better Remote Workers."

    Price $50.00

  • Session 6

    Session 6

    Wednesday, May 11th 2:00 PM- 3:00 PM
    Caitlin MacGregor, CEO, Plum
    “Cultivating Your Inner Power: Building Better Relationships in a Global Workforce”
    Caitlin MacGregor, CEO and co-founder of Plum, is passionate about identifying people's potential. That's why, after building two businesses for other people, she founded Plum to quantify people's potential and give enterprise organizations access to the most critical talent data they need to match people to jobs where they'll thrive.
    Committed to creating a more inclusive world that removes barriers and challenges biases, Caitlin believes there is a great opportunity for companies to use technology to reduce bias when making talent decisions to reveal candidates and employee’s human potential to set them up for success. Moreover, Caitlin and Plum facilitate partnerships outside the organization to drive inclusivity for all in the workforce and bridge pervasive gaps. Caitlin is also passionate about purpose-driven leadership and recognizes the importance of making talent decisions using objective data and accelerating DE&I. Springboard Enterprises NYC selected Caitlin and Plum as one of the top 10 businesses led by women.

    Price $50.00

  • Thursday Keynote Address

    Thursday Keynote Address

    Thursday May 12th 8:30 AM- 9:30 AM
    Caroline Bruckner, Senior Professional Lecturer Department of Accounting and Taxation, American University

    Price $0.00

  • Session 7

    Session 7

    Thursday May 12th 11:00 AM- Noon
    The Washington Diplomat
    Panel discussion on international incentive programs
    Moderator Anna Gawell, Editor-at-large
    Panelists: Panos Dermentzoglou- Councelor ECA, Greece
    Mariana Rosales Aymerich, Minister Councelor- Costa Rica

    Price $50.00

  • Session 8

    Session 8

    Thursday May 12th 11:00 AM- Noon

    "Beating time zone differences when working internationally: past, present, future"

    Mr. Carmel is a tenured full Professor at the Information Technology department, Kogod School of Business at American University. In 2014-2016 Carmel was interim Dean of the Kogod School of Business. He leads the business school’s “Business in the Capital” initiative

    Professor Carmel teaches Information Technology in AU's Kogod School of Business. He also leads the business school’s “Business in the Capital” initiative. He is currently working on a number of research areas: Digital Health Passports; cybersecurity industry clusters; quantum industry clusters; the future of work. Carmel’s 1999 book "Global Software Teams" was the first on this topic -- and is considered a landmark in the field, helping many organizations take their first steps into distributed tech work. His second book "Offshoring Information Technology" came out in 2005 and became popular as outsourcing began to be taught in business schools around the world. His 2011 book is about the special issues that time zone separation imposes on global coordination of work. “I’m Working While They’re Sleeping: Time Zone Separation Challenges and Solutions” is co-authored with his AU colleague Alberto Espinosa. He has written over 100 articles, reports, and manuscripts.

    Price $50.00

  • Session 9

    Session 9

    Thursday May 12th 11:00 AM- Noon
    Sarah Beyathe Sanders, Co-founder & CTO
    SafteyWing, Inc.
    "The borderless world needs a global safety net
    SafetyWing is on a mission to remove the role of geographical borders as a barrier to equal opportunities and freedom for everyone. In this talk, Sarah will discuss how things like health insurance, disability, and pensions will be available globally and across borders, and what this means for the future of humanity’s wellbeing and safety.

    Price $50.00


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