02/19/2020 @ 7:30 am – 9:00 am
1170 Howell Mill Road , Suite 300
Atlanta, GA 30318
BABC Georgia Members, and Members of the German, Belgium, French, Swedish, Dutch, and Japanese Chambers of Commerce: $15
Join the German, British, Belgium, French, Swedish, Dutch and Japanese Chambers of Commerce for a Roundtable discussion led by experts in the fields that are hot topics for HR. Topics to be discussed include Neurodiversity, Inclusion in the Workplace as well as other current topics for Human Resource professionals.
Limited seats available!
About the Speakers
Founder & CEO
At Gabriel Alliance LLC, Ileana Starwood serves as an advocate and champion for neurodiversity and inclusion in the workplace. Prior to launching Gabriel Alliance, Ileana held leadership positions with the world’s preeminent provider of recovery audit services; a Fortune 500 pharmaceutical distributor and health care information technology company; and worked for a top-ranked U.S. health care system.
Founder & CEO
Jennifer is an expert in Empowerment and Personal Safety. She formed Powerhouse Strong in November 2014 as a response to the ever-increasing statistics on the number of individuals that are emotionally, verbally and physically assaulted each year. The Powerhouse Strong curriculum is based on her education in Psychology and 18 + years of Martial Arts experience and includes Emotional, Psychological, and Physical Safety.
President & Founder
The Hill Resource Group
Carolyn Hill has almost 20 years of HR Leadership/ Business Partner experience working in various industries and company sizes. In early 2019, Carolyn founded The Hill Resource Group, a consulting firm specializing in HR transformation, professional development, leadership training, team building, and HR start-up services.
The Women’s Series is a collaborative initiative of the French, German, Belgian and Netherlands American Chambers of Commerce, as well as the British-American Business Council and the Japan-America Society of Georgia. Started in January 2014, the Women’s Series holds quarterly business events for professional women of the Atlanta international community. The goal of the Women’s Series is to bring educational and stimulating content to our attendees, while facilitating professional opportunities and networking among peers.