EMPLOY HUMANITY Announces
10 Boldly Innovative Leaders
September 14, 2020
David Kohler, President & CEO at Kohler Co.
One cannot think of bold innovation without thinking of David Kohler’s leadership to deliver unrivaled world-class products and experiences for humanity. Kohler Co. is a leader in inspiring and developing brilliant people—top talent—to continuously innovate and shape a better world.
Thasunda Brown Duckett, CEO at Chase Consumer Banking
One of the most powerful and innovative women in the banking world, Duckett’s relentless passion is inspiring others to have purpose and limitless possibilities.
Mary Barra, Chairman & CEO at General Motors
As GM helps electric-truck startup Nikola Corp. develop and manufacture new models for an 11% stake in the company, Barra—a truly remarkable leader—continues to validate the ability to innovative with technology in the auto industry.
Kathleen Murphy, President Personal Investing at Fidelity Investments
Murphy continues to blaze a trail for female associates to become creative and innovative leaders within Fidelity and beyond—challenging all to be confident, curious and courageous.
Jonas Prising, Chairman & CEO at ManpowerGroup
Prising is a pioneer for innovative thought leadership around the future of work as we enter into the Human Age—inspiring all to discover what is humanly possible.
Robert Ford, President & CEO at Abbott
Ford has built a remarkable culture of innovation and global stewardship at Abbott. Just recently, Abbott has launched a COVID-19 rapid antigen test and complementary mobile app—an affordable, easy-to-use, scalable test and digital health tool to help people feel a bit more confident about their health and lives.
Rhonda Morris, VP & CHRO at Chevron
A transformational leader, Morris has set the bar on diversity, inclusion, belonging and putting people first to achieve excellence at Chevron—the human energy company.
Jane Fraser, President at Citi
Recently named CEO—becoming the first woman to lead a major U.S. bank—Fraser is an inspirational leader who continuously champions innovation and has the ability to lead thoughtful strategic transformation. Banking is seeing a rise in female executives.
Peter Fasolo, CHRO at Johnson & Johnson
Fasolo is a highly-respected, innovative thought leader in the space of preparing for the future of work—a pioneer in staying agile, leaning into data and analytics, and shaping the employee experience around the things that matter most.
Craig Dickman, Managing Director at TitletownTech
As Managing Director of TitletownTech in Green Bay, Dickman is an entrepreneurial thought leader on innovation—and works with corporate partners and entrepreneurs to create, build, and commercialize new capabilities and ventures.
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