How to Improve Representation Using Data and Analytics

August 23, 2022 | 9am PDT/12pm EDT/4pm GMT

You can’t improve what you don’t measure, and that’s especially true with building a diverse workforce and leadership team.

But companies have many questions around how to measure representation: Where do we stand today? What does good even look like? How do we actually make progress, especially when resources are limited?

Join us for an informative webinar where you’ll learn how and why to conduct a representation analysis, including:

  • How representation disparities affect employee morale and company performance
  • Keys to measuring representation and comparing to benchmarks
  • Tips to make sure your analysis gives you the information you need

…and more. Register now!

Panelists

Marie KonstanceMarie Konstance

Director of Community Engagement, Catalyst

Marie Konstance has a career driving analytical efforts in both the private and public sectors and has a deep commitment to diversity and reducing income inequality. As Director of Community Engagement at Catalyst, she manages the Measurement for Change Community, which promotes the adoption of three key performance indicators to measure gender and diversity.

Before joining Catalyst, Marie managed the precursor to Measurement for Change, the Gender and Diversity KPI Alliance, an initiative founded by Catalyst to promote DEI measurement. Marie has deep experience in measurement from her tenure on Wall Street. Prior to her work with Catalyst, Marie built and managed analytical units at Morgan Stanley, JP Morgan Chase, Goldman Sachs, and Bloomberg. She received her MBA from the Harvard Business School and has a BA in economics from Colgate University.


Chris MartinChris Martin

Research Manager, Syndio

Chris Martin is a labor economist who focuses on issues of identity-based exclusion in the workplace. His original research has explored pay and opportunity gaps, the impact of salary history disclosure on job offers, and the link between employee engagement and compensation. Prior to joining Syndio, Chris was the resident statistician on the Inclusion & Diversity team at Starbucks. He is passionate about using data to identify and resolve workplace inequities and, as a former instructor in statistics


Rebecca ScullyRebecca Scully

Director of Product Marketing, Syndio

Rebecca Scully has spent the last 10 years helping companies find, understand, and adopt technology solutions that use data, machine learning, and advanced analytics to solve strategic business challenges. At Syndio, she regularly leads research efforts across organizations to understand human capital management issues as they relate to workplace equity and how they can be solved through innovative approaches.