Michael Gale – Managing Partner of Inc.Digital and Co-Author of The Digital Helix: Transforming Your Organization’s DNA to Thrive in the Digital Age
Michael Gale founded Strategic Oxygen in 2001, one of the technology industry’s primary data toolset for marketers. It was used by over 20 brands and used to model over $4 billion in marketing and sales investments. He sold it to Monitor Group and was then a group partner from 2006 to 2010. He became a partner at Pulsepoint Group in 2011, a digital consultancy, which was acquired by ICF in 2015. Michael was also chief web officer at Micron Technology and was the VP of Worldwide brand research at IntelliQuest. In his new Wall Street Journal Bestseller, “The Digital Helix,” Michael and co-author Chris Aarons offer a practical guide to developing a digital culture from the ground up and the mindset tools needed to bring your organization into the digital-first age. Drawing on interviews with leaders from IBM, Hallmark, USAA, the EPA, MasterCard, and Southwest Airlines, the book offers a guide to creating a digital DNA for your organization.
Michelle Lewis – Found of Visibility Vixen
Michelle Lewis is a Visibility Expert and thought leader who specializes in helping startup entrepreneurs grow their following online through branding, video and livestreaming techniques. She helps them skyrocket their visibility, monetize their success and start changing the world with their unique gifts. With a history in TV, she grew up on movie sets and has worked on shows like “Paycheck,” “Pretty Little Liars” and “Chuck.” Her online courses, Facebook Group and podcast provide a safe space of creative inspiration to help you learn the ropes and make an even bigger impact on your audience.
Kathy Flora and Rebecca Nellis - Cancer and Careers
Cancer and Careers is the only U.S. organization dedicated to serving the growing population of people working during and after cancer treatment. Cancer and Careers commissioned a Harris Poll to conduct a survey to better understand ….
- the experience of cancer patients and survivors within the workplace,
- diagnosis disclosure and its impact in the workplace,
- online behaviors of cancer patients and survivors, and
- attitudes toward health insurance and potential policy changes.
Kathy Flora and Rebecca Nellis report the results. Kathy is a breast cancer survivor, a Nationally Certified Career Counselor (NCCC) and a Professional in Human Resources. She has an extensive background and expertise as a career and life change coach, mentor, and public speaker. Rebecca Nellis is the Executive Director for Cancer and Careers. As an expert on cancer workplace issues, she travels the country speaking at national cancer conferences, leading hospitals and community events–more than 100 presentations to-date about the intersection of life, work and cancer.