Join the WIRe Boston community for a virtual panel discussion on the topic of inclusive leadership: how to be an inclusive leader, what it looks like on a day-to-day level, and how all of us can operate with a lens of inclusivity in our own respective roles. Our incredible panel will host a Q+A, taking live questions from attendees. We'll round out the event with some networking breakout sessions to keep the conversation going and forge new connections. Not local to Boston? That's okay — join anyway, we're excited to have you!
As the Head of Brand Performance at MassMutual, Bridget brings her passion for data and her ability to mine it for insights together to craft the narrative and help guide her teams to strategic, data-driven recommendations. With over 15 years of experience in consumer insights and marketing analytics, Bridget describes her role as that of a data-detective, following leads, understanding the clues, and helping guide next steps in partnership with the amazing Brand Marketing team. Outside of work, Bridget is mom of three who enjoys Malcolm Gladwell books, the music of Iron Maiden, and painting when she has a few spare minutes.
Lisa is a senior global Human Resources leader with over 20 years of progressive and innovative experience in Talent Management, Learning, Executive Coaching and Organizational Development. Lisa is currently working with Welch’s Foods Inc., leading culture change and renovating talent practices to drive business transformation. Prior to that, she was with Hasbro leading Global Talent Management where she was called upon to develop strategies to invest in teams and build management and leadership capability. She is known for creating competitive advantage through the incredible execution of forward-thinking talent programs and experiences. Lisa has a passion for continuous learning and inspiring people to challenge themselves while driving business outcomes.
As a coach to high performing executives and their teams, Lisa works with leaders to increase their effectiveness, plan and implement organizational change and transition into new roles with increasing responsibility. Lisa combines a collaborative, supportive, open style with an honest, pragmatic and results oriented approach. She is authentic and intuitive, asking thought-provoking questions and offering insights that create awareness, understanding and action – ensuring clients achieve their goals within the context of organizational strategy and culture.
Lisa holds a Bachelors Degree from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and a Master Degree from Lesley University in Cambridge, MA. She is certified in the Myers Briggs Type Indicator and Hogan Assessments. Lisa is also a volunteer coach at Babson College to undergraduate students in their Coaching for Leadership and Teamwork program and graduate students in their Managing Talent program in Wellesley MA. She lives in the Boston area with her husband, two children and their dog. Lisa enjoys exercise and creating memories with her friends and family.