Skill Data for DIB: The Great Equalizer (On Demand)

Digital transformation, COVID-19, social unrest, and other forces have disrupted how we live and work. The recent mass migration to remote employment affects wellness and highlights the need for belonging. At the same time, organizations are working harder than ever to increase diversity and inclusion among their people. Join Degreed to explore how you can use skill data to reduce bias in promotions and other career opportunities, which will allow you to make change through new learning opportunities.

During this webinar, you will hear how:

  • Companies are doing a lot to address diversity in belonging (DIB), but there are L&D strategies that many have not yet investigated.
  • Learning can address the symptoms and the root causes of bias, unfairness, and discrimination.
  • Used wisely, technology and data can be tapped as objective and equalizing forces for good.

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About Your Speaker


Susie Lee, SVP of Global Business Transformation, Degreed

Susie M. Lee is the SVP of global business transformation and diversity in belonging officer. She oversees the portfolio management office by supporting the planning and execution of strategic, company-wide initiatives and GTM programs to deliver the best experience for our customers. Susie has been with Degreed for almost five years, leading other functions such as the global business solutions consulting, client experience, and revenue enablement teams. Prior to joining Degreed, Susie was the SVP of the global L&D technology product management and implementation team at Bank of America, where she successfully led the launch of Degreed enterprise wide, globally. Susie has demonstrated more than 20 years of success in various leadership roles in human resources, financial services, retail, loyalty marketing, the and technology industry at companies such as Lombard Insurance/Fairfax Holding Company and LoyaltyOne Air Miles. Susie resides in Ottawa Canada but worked internationally in the United States and Asia.

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