Ginny Clarke

Ginny Clarke

As Google’s former Director of Executive Recruiting, Ginny Clarke was dynamic in her leadership of the Diversity, Internal Mobility and the Non-tech recruiting teams. Her team of North American recruiters found and hired senior leaders for finance, sales, marketing, and other G&A functions across Google. In 2020, Ginny left Google to pursue her own business of consulting, speaking, podcasting and writing. Her podcast, Fifth Dimensional Leadership is for leaders, thinkers and future-makers dedicated to creating the conscious workplace of tomorrow.

Prior to Google, Ginny was a partner in a global executive search firm and authored the book entitled, Career Mapping: Charting Your Course in the New World of Work which provides a framework that empowers individuals to plot and assess their professional competencies, and strategically navigate their careers.

She earned her BA in French and Linguistics from the University of California at Davis, and her MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School. Ginny is the single mother of an adult son, Julian, who works in the entertainment industry.

Karen Lynch

Karen S. Lynch

Karen S. Lynch, president and Chief Executive Officer at CVS Health, a Fortune 4 diversified health services company, will receive the Kati C. Machtley Businesswoman of the Year Award and deliver the luncheon keynote address.

Under her leadership, CVS Health touches the lives of more than 100 million people each year through its unique combination of assets, including more than 9,900 pharmacies and over 1,000 MinuteClinic and HealthHub locations. CVS Health also serves an estimated 34 million people through its health insurance products and services. Prior to becoming CVS Chief Executive Officer in February 2021, Ms. Lynch was Executive Vice President, CVS Health and President of Aetna and responsible for driving the strategy to deliver consumer-focused, high-value health care to the millions of people Aetna serves.

In 2021, Lynch was named to the top spot on Fortune’s list of the 50 Most Powerful Women in Business, and she has been on that list for the past six years. Lynch was also included last year on Forbes’ inaugural “50 over 50” list. She was recognized by Forbes as one of The World’s 100 Most Powerful Women in 2020 and 2021, and was also included on Business Insider’s Top 100 People Transforming Business list in 2019.

Nikkia Reveillac

Nikkia Reveillac

A visionary, thought leader, and change agent in the arenas of innovation, marketing strategy, organizational design, and team culture enhancement, Nikkia Reveillac has driven success at some of the world’s leading brands by artfully challenging the status quo. Nikkia, a strategic insights leader, is known for leveraging unending empathy, a pioneering attitude, a deep love of multi-cultural moments, a passion for storytelling, an open-growth mindset, and a proven ability to develop high-functioning teams to shape business thinking and decision-making in ways that unlock pathways for growth.

As the director of consumer insights at Netflix, she leads a team that sits at the intersection of content, marketing, and product — uncovering insights to inform product content innovation and creative production. Reveillac has an extraordinary ability to quickly transform and elevate multi-disciplinary teams and drive smarter decision-making to shape winning brand, marketing, innovation, and communication strategies.

Throughout her career, she has demonstrated an inspiring aptitude for recruiting top talent, bringing out the best in individuals, cultivating diverse, inclusive, and innovative work environments, fostering psychological safety, and growing motivated and high-performing teams.

Nikkia is the host of Culture Unfit, her podcast “dedicated to celebrating and connecting beautiful misfits at work.” Reveillac also played a key role in launching the Who She Feels She Is initiative in March 2021, which is focused on helping women across the Caribbean traverse their unique professional paths. She is dedicated to coaching and mentoring young people, often those in marginalized groups, so that they can grow and thrive in team environments and their careers.

A graduate of Barry University, Reveillac has an MBA in marketing from Baruch College. She resides in Brooklyn, New York with her partner and two daughters.