Asian American Business Roundtable
January 8, 2020, New York, USA
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Norma Tan
Principal at Cora Group
Christina Altomare
Global Marketing Leader for IBM Services at IBM
Kristen Holly
Site Merchandiser at Macy's
Maria Logiopoulou
Treasury Sales Manager, Director at Bank of America

Born in the borough that speaks over 800 languages, Christina was raised by immigrant parents in Queens New York City and currently resides in Westchester with her husband and two dogs. She went to SUNY Purchase majoring in New Media with a minor in Visual Arts while working two internships at Pepsico and IBM. After accepting a full time role with IBM as a visual designer, she went back to school and received her MBA from SUNY New Paltz. Her roles at IBM since then have ranged from design to user experience, from sales to executive communications. Christina currently leads strategy and integration in GBS Marketing and has a passion for building culture, putting the user first, driving outcomes, and rolling up her sleeves with the team to get things done. As an internal leader for Millennial Corps and the TriState Inclusion Council as well as an external board member for the YWCA-WPCW (YWCA White Plains and Central Westchester), Christina is also heavily dedicated in the diversity of thought and community inclusion. Her global enablement time with Digital Sales, the Corporate Services Corps program in Nigeria, and being a local P-Tech mentor have been invaluable IBM experiences in addition to her day job. Random fun facts: ask Christina about her side hustle as a photographer or flying in the air as an amateur aerialist.Christina started at IBM as an intern and has since had roles ranging from design to user experience, from sales to executive communications.

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Kristen Holly is a Digital Manager for Women’s Shoes at Macy’s, Inc. and a Co-Leader of Macy’s ATLAS Employee Resource Group. Kristen is an experienced retail merchandiser who is passionate about coaching others and evolving business strategies through customer centric solutions.

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Maria is the TSSM for the North East US region, managing a large team of Treasury Sales Analysts covering Middle Market clients. She is part of the regional leadership team and actively contributes to serving our client base. Prior to that Maria was an International Treasury Sales Officer in the Global Treasury Solutions (GTS) Team for the North East US Region. She specialized in working with Commercial global clients to optimize their cash management structure worldwide. Prior to joining the US team Maria was a Director in the Global Treasury Solutions (GTS) Officers Team in EMEA and was responsible for several EMEA headquartered clients with Global GTS relationships. Industries include consumer products, technology and telecoms.Maria joined Bank of America Merrill Lynch in October, 2010 after four years with ABN AMRO and subsequently Royal Bank of Scotland in London where she performed a similar GTS relationship role. Prior to that, she spent eighteen years at Citi in Athens, Greece, specializing in Cash Management and Trade Products. She is a graduate in Statistics and Computer Science, from the University of Athens, (Athens Business School). She has also studied History of European Arts at the University of Paris -Sorbonne.

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Topic: Business
Approaches to engaging all five generations currently in the workplace are as diverse as those generations themselves! Representatives of Bank of America’s Inter-Generational Employee Network, inclusive of all generations, and Macy’s ATLAS ERG (Aspiring to Lead And Succeed), focused on Millennials, compare notes and share pros & cons of these two different approaches. Learn about the exciting transformation of a grass-roots effort that turned into Global Innovation Corps which is more inclusive and tied into IBM’s business strategy.

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