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Impact Employer Summit 2022

At a Glance

Join us at JFF’s signature corporate event to explore how equitable talent practices can lead to more resilient businesses.
Date April 26, 2022
Location Virtual

At Jobs for the Future (JFF), we know that corporate leaders who put equitable career mobility for workers at the center of their business strategies are leading their organizations into the future with renewed strength and confidence.

JFF’s third annual Impact Employer Summit will offer a dynamic, actionable online experience designed to give leaders new tools for implementing equitable talent management practices that foster corporate resilience.

Join us to find inspiration, explore tested solutions, and build and strengthen your networks as you engage with a community of like-minded peers from forward-leaning companies and a roster of experts in talent management, social impact, and product and business innovation.

The summit brings together members of JFF’s community of Impact Employers—bold, innovative corporate leaders who have the power to drive change. We’ll explore how companies can invest in equitable career mobility for their people—and see impressive economic returns as a result.

Don’t miss this opportunity to dive deep on equitable talent practices that support career mobility. Join us to:

  1. Learn more about how resilient talent practices will take shape in 2022.
  2. Explore new tools and strategies and make connections to support your work, whether you’re a vice president of talent, the leader of a small team of corporate social responsibility professionals, or a business unit manager.
  3. Widen your lens and make more of an impact across the enterprise.


Abigail Disney

Filmmaker, Philanthropist, and Activist

Ananth Kasturiraman

Senior Product Director, Equitable Hiring Solutions, Indeed

Andriana Diez

Senior Director, Global Talent, Walmart

Cat Ward

Managing Director, JFF

Corey Lee

Senior Vice President, Customer Channels, Capital One

David Gelles

Reporter, The New York Times

Dr. Dédé Tetsubayashi

Founder & CEO, Incluu

Ellen Jackowski

Chief Impact Officer and Head of Sustainable Impact, HP

Ellie Bertani

Senior Vice President, HR Transformation & Services, Wells Fargo

Gary Davis

Diversity Talent Acquisition Lead, Digital Media, Adobe

Grace Zuncic

Former Chief People Officer, Chobani

Jarvis Sam

Vice President of Global Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Nike

Jana Barresi

Head of Washington, D.C. Office, Lowe’s Companies Inc.

Jason Wright

President, Washington Commanders

Jyoti Argade

Senior Manager, Culture, Diversity and Belonging, Autodesk

Kim Gregorie

Head of The Business and Program Office for Talent Development, JPMC

Kristina Francis

Executive Director, JFF

Kristy VanAlstyne

Director, Talent Management, JetBlue Airways

Laura Roberts

Director, JFF

Liddy Romero

Founder & CEO, WorkLife Partnership

Margot Goodson

VP, Head of North American Diversity & Inclusion, SAP

Mark Broadhurst

Vice President, Impact & Advocacy, Chobani

Maura Cassidy

Principal, Solution Design, Guild Education

Matt Bahl

Vice President, Workplace Market Lead, Financial Health Network

Molly Nagler

Chief Learning Officer, PepsiCo

Monique Baptiste

Executive Director, Head of Workforce, Global Philanthropy, JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Neel Gandhi

Partner, McKinsey HR Practice

Niki King

Head of Sustainability, Unilever

Shannon Hardy

Vice President, Flex Work LinkedIn

Teresa Solorzano-DeBar

Vice President, Global Head of Talent Acquisition, Workday

Dr. Tony Keith Jr.

CEO, Ed Emcee Academy

Wagner Denuzzo

Vice President, Head of Capabilities for Future of Work, Prudential

On April 27, we’re hosting an invitation-only gathering for senior leaders who are making big changes in major organizations.

We’re building this experience specifically to support executive level corporate leaders in the movement to center equitable career mobility for workers. Leaders from Gap, Tyson, and Walmart will host peer consultancies around existing business challenges, and James Rhee, impact leader, investor, CEO, and educator, will share his vision for change in the corporate sector—and empower leaders with a message of what’s possible. (To learn more about James, check out his recent TED Talk and his appearance on Brené Brown’s “Dare to Lead” podcast.)

If you’re an executive leading talent practice transformation from any role who wants new inspiration and concrete practices, email us to join our circle of changemakers on April 27.