Asian American Business Roundtable
January 8, 2020, New York, USA
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AABR 2020 Panel 1: Reimagining The Purpose of a Corporation: Meeting the Needs of Today's Workforce
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Lisa Chang
Chief People Officer at The Coca-Cola Company
Michael Alicea
Global Chief Human Resources Officer at Nielsen
Terri Cooper
Chief Inclusion Officer at Deloitte
Anish Batlaw
Operating Partner at General Atlantic

Lisa Chang is chief people officer for Coca-Cola, overseeing the company’s global human resources operations. Chang joined Coca-Cola in 2019.Previously, Chang served as senior vice president and chief human resources officer for AMB Group LLC in Atlanta. AMB Group is the investment management and shared services arm of The Blank Family of Businesses, including AMB Sports & Entertainment, the Atlanta Falcons, Atlanta United FC, Mercedes-Benz Stadium, PGA TOUR Superstores, Mountain Sky Guest Ranch, West Creek Ranch and The Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation.During her four years with AMB Group, Chang led HR strategy for all AMB businesses and was instrumental in the creation and execution of the people and talent strategies that helped successfully launch Atlanta United’s Major League Soccer team and the 2018 opening of Mercedes-Benz Stadium.Prior to joining AMB Group in 2014, Chang served as vice president of human resources for international at Equifax, where she led HR for all of Equifax’s global locations. Before joining Equifax, she was senior vice president of human resources at Turner Broadcasting System Inc., where she led HR strategy for the Technology, Strategy & Operations division and the international division. Prior to Turner, her career included HR roles of increasing responsibility at The Weather Channel Companies, ultimately as executive vice president of human resources.Chang has a bachelor’s degree in communications from the University of Virginia.

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Michael Alicea possesses a strong background in a broad range of human resource disciplines including employee relations, performance management, training, and corporate initiative fulfillment. He began his career at VNU as Manager of Human Resources for the Media Information Group and he has held a variety of leadership roles within the company in HR, communications, Product Leadership and operations.Prior to his current role, Michael was Senior Vice President of HR for Global Media, and Nielsen Business Media. Before that, he served as Vice President of Operations and COO at PERQ/HCI. Before joining Nielsen, Michael held several HR positions in compensation, employee relations and labor within a large non-profit organization in New York City and with VNU.Michael is presently the Chairman of Nielsen’s External Advisory Board and serves on the Board of Directors for Emerald Expo (EEX).Michael received the Arthur C. Nielsen Chairman’s Award for outstanding achievement. He has been honored by the Imagen Foundation as one of “The Most Influential Hispanics in Media” and was inducted into the Hispanics in Media hall of fame.

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Dr. Terri is currently Deloitte’s Chief Inclusion Officer.Terri has a personal passion and commitment to growing and developing talent at all levels. As chief inclusion officer, Terri drives Deloitte’s strategy to recruit, develop, and advance a diverse workforce and foster an inclusive environment. She is focused on advancing inclusive leadership at all levels to advance inclusion in workplaces today.Terri has more than two decades of experience working in various capacities of the life sciences and health care industry, including participating in a broad range of strategic advisory services. She has created new global operating models; supported the integration of development, regulatory, and drug safety functions in a number of Life Sciences company mergers; restructured all aspects of the research and development (R&D) value chain; and driven increased cost and efficiency measures.She holds a Joint Honors Bachelor of Science Degree in Chemistry and Pharmacology and a PhD in Pharmacology from the University of London, UK.

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Anish Batlaw is an Operating Partner at General Atlantic and leads the firm’s human capital effort as part of the firm’s Operations Group. Anish and his team help develop GA’s talent network, assess and develop best-in-class management teams, and provide support on organization design, executive compensation, governance structures and in general providing strategic Human Capital counsel to GA and its portfolio companies. Before joining General Atlantic in 2015, Anish worked at TPG Capital as an Operating Partner and Head of Human Capital for Asia. Prior to that, Anish served in various leadership positions at Novartis, including Vice President and Head of Human Resources for Pharmaceuticals for the U.S. and Europe and Head of Corporate Talent Management. Earlier in his career, he worked at Microsoft as General Manager of Human Resources and at PepsiCo in markets including the U.S., India, China, and Vietnam.Anish holds a BA (Honors) degree in Economics from Delhi University and a Post Graduate Honors Diploma in Personnel Management from Xavier School of Management (XLRI) in India.

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Topic: Business

As the workforce and technology continue to evolve rapidly, organizations and their leaders are presented with both a myriad of opportunities and the toughest challenges yet. Today’s workforce is eager to understand their organization’s diversity and inclusion strategies and how this may influence the societal impact overall. Business Roundtable’s statement on “the purpose of a corporation”, issued in 2019, is a direct response to these trends, and also a monumental shift in corporate convention.

Esteemed panelists will reflect on the trend of corporate purpose and will focus on how the growing CEO interest and action in advancing diversity objectives influence the level and focus of internal D&I conversations — the value and best practices of the partnership between the CEO, CHRO and CDO; what challenges they face related to advancing D&I goals within their companies, and how they plan to keep up with the demands of today’s workforce that is currently reshaping the business landscape.

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