Meetup: Diversity & Inclusion in the Contingent Workforce

Thursday, Feb 11, 2021


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

50% off for Club members and FREE for Enterprise.

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    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).

    Meetup Topic is Diversity & Inclusion in the Contingent Workforce. How do you track & achieve D&I metrics in your Contingent Workforce Programs through supplier and MSP partners?

    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


    Koenraad Lecot, Head of Contingent Workforce Management, Farmers Insurance

    Koenraad runs a mature contingent workforce program at Farmers. He oversees the MSP and VMS relationships; ensures compliance; defines corporate contingent workforce policy & oversees enterprise governance. He wishes to enhance his program with increased diverse workers. He is expanding the program in SOW spend analysis, analytics, direct sourcing, & total talent management.


    Erika Novak, Head of Client Services, Utmost

    As the Head of Client Services for the last two years, Erika is dedicated to helping companies see and understand both sides of the talent coin; employees and the extended workforce.



    Enterprise Buyers

    Lysa Marcoullier, Applied Materials

    Abby Burton, JPM Chase

    Adam Moore, Truist

    Chris Haas, NRG Energy

    Cris Robinson, LinkedIn

    Jason Grosz, Ecolab

    Paul Petersen, Siemens Healthineers

    Rubyna Zito, FINRA

    Keisha Stephens, SPLUNK

    Wendy Stenger, Thomson Reuters

    Melissa St. Clair, TIAA

    Micheal Sittler, Enbridge

    Solution Providers

    Sarah Martin, Dale Workforce Solutions

    Monica Schnitzer, Guidant Global

    Pamela O'Rourke, ICON Information Consultants

    Andrew Gallagher, SGA

    Erika Novak, utmost

    Enterprise Meetup Program (ET timing)

    • 2:00 Welcome
    • 2:05 CW Program Background by Host
    • 2:15 All Group Dialogue
    • 2:55 Sponsor Insights
    • 3:00 All Group Dialogue
    • 3:20 Wrap up and takeaways
    • 3:30 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.


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