Larry is a strategic senior leader in the HR space, with proven success in multi-billion-dollar businesses, such as: Equinix, Citibank and Philip Electronics as well as dynamic software companies such as Tibco and GluMobile.
Over his career Larry has built highly effective talent management strategies and development programs. Larry is known for his exceptional ability to work with cross-functional leaders and silo bust throughout organizations.
His passion has led him to focus on transforming the landscape of talent and ensuring the people strategy closely aligns with the business strategy.
Currently, Larry is the Vice President of Global Talent at NetApp. He is currently enabling NetApp to build high performing teams through a growth mindset, ongoing conversations and effective measurement. Larry believes in leading with authenticity and creating a place where NetApp talent can continue learning and growing their careers.
Genoa Martell is an innovative female executive with a successful track history of re-engineering under performing recruiting teams across diverse locations to deliver measurable results & impactful change. Formerly a Marketing professional, she builds recruiting functions that focus on the principles of talent attraction and recruitment marketing. She has lived and worked in Europe, Canada and the United States.
Shaun helps organizations transform to create better employee and customer experiences. For the past decade, he has led strategic business and digital transformation planning, design, execution, change management, and success measurement, often through technology implementations. He has led award-winning projects for some of the world’s most recognized brands across numerous verticals.
These experiences, combined with a Ph.D. in Communication from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, give him a broad, yet knowledgeable perspective on the cultural, technological, and business factors surrounding transformation initiatives.
Currently, Shaun is the Director of Change Management at LumApps, where he develops and delivers organizational change management to help customers maximize adoption and value.
Bryan Walsh is the Future Correspondent for Axios, covering emerging tech and future trends as well as the author of the existential risk book END TIMES.