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Leadership with Diversity and Inclusion & Respectful and Inclusive Culture
Mar 8 @ 8:00 am – 9:00 am
Leadership with Diversity and Inclusion & Respectful and Inclusive Culture

Maxine Williams and Stanford GSB Professor Sarah A. Soule Fireside Chat 

Sarah A. Soule is the Morgridge Professor of Organizational Behavior and Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Stanford Graduate School of Business – Director, Stanford LEAD

Maxine Williams is the Chief Diversity Officer at Facebook. Her mandate spans people, product and policy spheres reporting directly to the COO and serving as a member of Facebook’s most senior executive leadership body under the CEO.  Maxine’s team works towards increasing the cognitive diversity—different ways of thinking based on different backgrounds, experiences and information—of all Facebook teams and integrating diverse perspectives into policy and product development. 

Prior to joining Facebook, Maxine served as the Director of Diversity for a global law firm.  She has worked as an attorney in criminal, civil and industrial courts in her native Trinidad and Tobago, and in the United Kingdom at the Privy Council.  Maxine has also worked with multiple international organizations on development and human rights issues and has had a career as a broadcast journalist, actress and on-air presenter.  Maxine is an independent director on the board of the publicly traded Massy Group of Companies.  She graduated from Yale University before receiving her law degree with first class honors from Oxford University, where she was a Rhodes Scholar.

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LEADer Panel: Designing Organizations for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Mar 8 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
LEADer Panel: Designing Organizations for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Professors Margaret Neale and Sarah Soule will host a panel discussion with participants who have completed LEAD’s Diverse by Design course to explore how they are implementing their learnings in their organizations to drive toward more diversity, equity, and inclusion. 

Panel Moderators: Stanford GSB Professor Margaret Neale and Senior Associate Dean Sarah Soule

Panelists:

Laura Allen – Head of Strategy, Accessibility & Disability Inclusion at Google – New York, United States – Stanford LEAD Synthesizer

Alistair Barker – Head of Total Portfolio Management, Investments at AustralianSuper – Melbourne, Australia – Stanford Executive Program, 2019

RC Buford – Chief Executive Officer at Spurs Sports and Entertainment – Texas, United States – Stanford LEAD eXponent

Nicole BurwellAssociate Clinical Professor of Medicine & Physician Assistant at Stanford University School of Medicine – California, United States – Stanford LEAD Groundbreaker

Samia Qamar – Director, People (Country HR Lead) at S&P Global – Islāmābād, Pakistan – Stanford LEAD Groundbreaker

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