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Director of Future of Work, Meta; Organizational Behaviorist

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Meta is the company organizations are looking to learn from when it comes to creating the best possible future for their own companies, and Kelly Monahan is the mind at work behind leading Meta to its next iteration. As the director of future of work at Meta, Monahan is the architect of first-of-their-kind research programs — the findings of which have inspired solutions to workplace challenges at Meta, and are being emulated by some of the world’s top organizations. Monahan introduces audiences to the human side of workplace evolution as draws from her firsthand research to reveal current and future trends that are shaping the workplace and provide decision-makers with the information, tools, and resources they need to understand and meet the needs of their employees now and in the future of work.

Former Chief Accessibility Officer of IBM, Founder of FrancesWestCo, & Author

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Frances West is an internationally-recognized thought leader, inspirational speaker, strategy advisor, author, and women in technology trailblazer known for her work in innovation, technology, and business transformation. She is the founder of FrancesWestCo, a global strategy advisory company focused on operationalizing inclusion as a business and technology imperative through her unique Authentic Inclusion™ blueprint. Her insightful and impactful approach comes from her unique personal background as a first-generation, no-English speaking immigrant to her trailblazing professional path as one of the first women in the technology field and her experience as a global executive in sales, marketing, business development, and research as well as her ground-breaking work in accessibility as IBM’s first Chief Accessibility Officer. Frances brings a valuable business perspective to this human rights-based initiative. Because of her expertise, she was invited as the sole IT industry representative to testify before the US Senate on the need to pass the UN Convention on the Rights of People with Disabilities and she holds an honorary doctorate from the University of Massachusetts in Boston in recognition of her work in accessibility, research, and digital inclusion.
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