Enterprise Meetup

Thursday, Mar 18, 2021


Dialogue: 2:00 - 3:15 ET
One-on-One Meetings: 3:30 - 4:30 ET

50% off for Club members and FREE for Enterprise.

A ClubVMSA Virtual Enterprise Meetup is designed for Contingent Workforce Leaders who want to roll up their sleeves and engage in meaningful dialogue (Panelist Tickets)…. but, now it also works great for those that want to gain best practices and listen in a more passive way (Audience Tickets).

The Meetup Topic is: Recruiting niche and hard-to-find workers i.e. junior, interns, light industrial.  Explore the concept of talent pools in both technology and supplier partnerships.

“I’m sure it will be a fantastic dialogue. You always do a great job at facilitating these meetings and making them entertaining and informative.”
Koenraad Lecot, Head of Contingent Workforce
Farmers Insurance

Professional Facilitation

90-mins of dialogue with takeaways and actions

60-minutes of 1:1 Meetings

5 12-min private Meetings with video (panelists only)

50/50 Attendee Ratios

10+ Buyers and 10+ Solution Providers

FREE Tickets Available

Free for Buyers and Audience


Rubyna Zito, Vice President of Technology and Operations, FINRA



Enterprise Buyers

Abby Burton


Anna Malone

Nestlé Purina

Fayez Nathoo

Marsh & McLennan

Geoff Abere


Izzy Saldivar

Fitness Connection

Janine Sekar

Zebra Technologies

Jean-Marie Medina


Jessica Wall

Sage Therapeutics

Joelle Nelson-Achirica


Judson Van Allen


Kim Bedeau

Credit Suisse

Liz Rocha


Lysa Marcouillier

Applied Materials

Naomi Russell

Nestlé Purina

Rubyna Zito


Stacey Handshoe

Care First BCBS

Travis Montague


Victor Waycuilis

Cox Communications

Solution Providers

Andrew Gallagher


Cheryl Tracz

Draper Jones

Doug Cloutier


James Lucier


Jitu Sharma

Thinkbyte Consulting

Nimitt Sharma

Pyramid Consulting

Satish Kumar


Valerie Quinata

Genesis 10

Enterprise Meetup Program (ET timing)

  • 2:00 Welcome by ClubVMSA & Background FINRA
  • 2:10 Tech Expert Insights
  • 2:15 All Group Dialogue
  • 2:45 Talent Expert Insights
  • 2:50 All Group Dialogue
  • 3:15 Wrap up and takeaways
  • 3:20 Zoom program concludes
  • 3:30 1-1s begin
  • 4:30 1-1s concludes

Upcoming Enterprise Meetups

May 20, 2021

Enterprise Meetup by Glider. Host TBD. Sponsorships Availble.

November 18, 2021

Enterprise Meetup. Details to come later in year.

Professional Facilitators & Organizers

Jim Coughlin, ClubVMSA

Jeannine Parise, ClubVMSA


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