Panel Discussion: Tapping Untapped Talents (Focus: Persons with Disabilities)
Many recruiters have standard talent pools they habitually recruit from. However, when you rely too much on your standard pools, you catch the same fish over and over—or you run out. It is time to look to additional sources to recruit a diverse array of qualified candidates. During this webinar, a panel of experts will discuss recruiting from pools such as formerly incarcerated people, neurodiverse individuals, and people with disabilities.
- Strategies and practical tips on how to tap into unique populations of potential workers
- How to develop inclusive recruitment practices
- Ways to improve the overall diversity of their talent pools
Executive director, The Sourcing Foundation
Nasreen has worked in business leadership in Assistive Technology, Operations, Business Development, Training, Project Management and HR over the past 12 years.
Founder and president, Human Factor
A leading strategic thinker and innovator in the professional services and staffing industry for over 25 years, Donna was most recently the President and Chief Revenue Officer for a $400M U.S. based healthcare staffing and professional services company.
As a business partner to CEO’s, COO’s and CHRO’s, Donna has a unique understanding of the people side of industry from manufacturing/logistics, banking/finance, high tech to (most recently) healthcare.
Chief executive officer, Rangam
A visionary who develops strategic workforce solutions for Rangam and its customers by aligning their disability inclusion strategies with current and future talent acquisition needs, Nish is an alumnus of Harvard Business School and an instrumentation and control engineer.
President and CEO, The Royster Group
With a proven track record of leading mid- to senior-level executive searches for public and private companies, Ken founded The Royster Group in 2001. Prior to establishing his company, Mr. Taunton was a Senior Associate with Korn/Ferry International and held various recruiting and sales positions at Merck & Company.
In 2014, The Royster Group was ranked #1512 on the prestigious Inc. 500|5000 list, an exclusive ranking of the nations fastest-growing private companies.
Vice president and career services and chief mission officer, Goodwill of North Georgia
Jenny is a sought-after public speaker on the topics of successful large-scale public/private partnerships, employer engagement, career pathways, economic mobility, using data to drive mission impact, and employment outcomes for people with significant barriers. She is Vice President of Career Services at Goodwill of North Georgia, the largest in the nation for mission job placement outcomes, leading evidence-based programs with outcomes in the top 10% of the industry, as measured by the National Benchmarking Project.
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