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Ayana Corbin, Talent Acquisition Professional At Google To Deliver The Morning Keynote Address At Nov 2nd Conference
By Carole Copeland Thomas, MBA, CDMP, CITM
With excitement and enthusiasm, I announce our morning keynote speaker at the upcoming November 2nd Multicultural Conference. Ayana Corbin has a 500-watt smile to match her intellect, experience and zest for life. Even though I have known her since she and my older daughter met in kindergarten class at the Park School, I am amazed at the vast experience she has accumulated over the years. A world traveler, with impressive acting experience, Ayana will deliver a robust message of inclusion and opportunity that our multigenerational audience will embrace with commitment and passion.
Register for our November 2nd Conference and get ready to take your career or business to the next level as soon as get back to work.
-Carole Copeland Thomas
Ayana Corbin is a native Bostonian, and after a very long stint in New York, is now learning how to call the San Francisco Bay Area “home.” She relocated to the Bay to join Google where she has had roles in Talent Acquisition and People Operations (what most companies refer to as “Human Resources”). Previously, Ayana worked at Accenture where she held a number of roles including an assignment in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and a role where she increased the number of underrepresented minority MBA interns by over 200%. Ayana is passionate about the work she’s done in the Diversity and Inclusion space - and is privileged to have worked for companies that are D&I leaders and share her values and mission.
Ayana is a graduate of the Boston Latin School and is a proud alumna of Spelman College where she graduated Phi Beta Kappa. Her alma mater is one of her favorite topics of conversation (Brooklyn is a close second). She is a former President of the New York Chapter of the National Alumnae Association of Spelman College and is a recipient of the chapter’s Shooting Star award. An avid traveller, Ayana has visited six continents and looks forward to crossing Antarctica off her bucket list! Ayana mentors teens and volunteers at the San Francisco Child Abuse Prevention Center. She is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated, the Junior League of San Francisco - and is one of the newest members of the Imani Community Church of Oakland.
Ayana is a daughter and a sister and cherishes the time she is able to spend with her close-knit family. She hails from a long line of dynamic working women and is honored to continue that legacy as a working woman who celebrates self worth and the worth in others!
By Carole Copeland Thomas, MBA, CDMP, CITM
Excitement abounds as we announce the names of our distinguished KEYNOTE SPEAKERS for the November 2nd Multicultural Conference.
The Theme: Women, Work and Celebrating Self Worth
Morning Keynote Address
HR Business Professional
Mountain View, California
Luncheon Keynote Address
Dr. Velda McRae Yates
Massachusetts College of Art and Design
These dynamic women will energize, inform and encourage us with their messages tailor made for our audience. You won't want to miss the unique insights they will have for YOU and your team on November 2nd.
And wait! There's more! We have an entire team of other respected speakers whose presentations will validate why YOU should invest in this upcoming value-added event. We'll announce who they are in the days ahead.
Women AND Men are invited to attend. Bring your managers, supervisors, staff, and colleagues to the premiere diversity conference of the region. This is the 11th conference since 2008 and will deliver the resources, toolkits, and answers you've been looking for. In addition, the networking opportunities will connect you to some of the movers and shakers who are committed to the advancement of multiculturalism throughout the marketplace.
Early Bird registration rates END on Saturday, September 30th. Only $199 per person. You SAVE $100 before the price increases on October 1st.
Complete conference details can be found right here at this website. CLICK HERE for info.
Here's the link to the online registration page: https://2017mss.eventbrite.com
Feel free to call me at 508 847-5755 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Together we'll celebrate the integrity and value of working women as we discover new opportunities for women AND men to collaborate, cooperate, and communicate with gusto!
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