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The Talent Team of the Future with Sarah Gretczko from Mastercard 

Get the inside story and find out how and why Mastercard hired the L&D team of the future. Why, for instance, does the team include marketing, business analysis, and data science pros? And how did the company even go about making that a thing? Join Sarah Gretczko, Senior Vice President, Chief Learning & Insights Officer, for an enlightening rundown. You'll leave this session with ideas for setting your own learning program on a solid future footing.


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Sarah Gretczko, Senior Vice President, Chief Learning & Insights Officer, Mastercard

Sarah Gretczko, is a self-proclaimed future of work enthusiast and behavioral insights junkie with experience bringing innovative people strategies and solutions to some of the world’s most iconic companies. As Chief Learning and Skills Officer at Mastercard she is responsible for shaping the company’s culture during a time of rapid growth and change by providing strategic advice and solutions to a diverse set of businesses all competing for critical skillsets to drive continued growth and performance.

She brings deep expertise in learning, leadership development, and culture. She has designed and facilitated dozens of executive transition labs for transitioning executives of major Fortune 500 companies. She also brings expertise around workforce transformation and analytics through her work to reimagine employee engagement, performance, and leadership in rapidly changing environments.

Sarah received her B.S. from the University of Maryland, her M.B.A. from New York University and is a certified executive coach. She lives in New York with her husband, rescue dog, and six-year old twins. She enjoys binge watching a number of on demand shows she refuses to divulge, reading, the peloton, and a good bottle of wine.

“Learning, to me, is really the currency of the future. . . We didn't just want our people to be able to do the things that they needed to do to get through today. We wanted them to be able to do things to create the future.