Betterworks "The Future of Work" Advisory Council
"The Future of Work" Advisory Council brings together the best-of-the-best in the field of human resources to collaborate around best practices in Continuous Performance Management.
Meet the Council
Former SVP & Chief Human Resources Officer at Symantec | Official Member at Forbes Human Resources Council
Former SVP & Chief Human Resources Officer at Symantec | Official Member at Forbes Human Resources Council. Amy recently managed Symantec’s global human resources function, as well led the company's Workplace/Workforce Strategy and Planning, Real Estate and Facilities organizations. Amy has more than three decades of experience leading companies through complex transformations and was recently named one of the top 50 most influential women tech leaders by the National Diversity Council.
Board of Directors, Betterworks
Josh Bersin is a world-known human resources industry analyst and founder of Bersin by Deloitte.
Josh is a public speaker and author of The Blended Learning Book, The High-Impact Learning Organization and High Impact Talent Management. He advises a variety of HR and learning companies to help them align their products and services toward the needs of corporate buyers, and is an independent advisor to the Betterworks Board of Directors.
Senior Vice President & Chief Human Resources Officer,
Levis Strauss & Company
With more than two decades of experience in HR and organizational strategy, Tracy leads Shutterfly’s people strategy. Previously, Tracy served as Senior Vice President of Global Human Resources and Communications at Old Navy and held positions at Levi Strauss & Company and PricewaterhouseCoopers/IBM Business Consulting Services.
Erin is the former Chief People Officer at Optimizely where she oversaw Recruiting, People Operations, Real Estate and Workplace Operations. Erin’s 20+ years of experience includes CHRO, Recruiting and Talent Development leadership roles at Salesforce, PeopleSoft, and Idealab.
Erin is a member of the Board of Directors of the Horizons Foundation and the Betterworks Future of Work Council. She was recognized by the San Francisco Business Times as an “OUTstanding Leader” in 2019.
EVP, CHRO and Advisory Board Member
Susan most recently led the People and Culture team at Medallia and was an integral part of the team that led the Initial Public Offering in 2019.
Susan previously served in Chief People Officer roles at AppDynamics, (acquired by Cisco) prior to their IPO, Juniper Networks and Plantronics. She also held Human Resources roles at Hewlett Packard and Agilent Technologies. With more than 25 years in leadership at technology companies, Susan has a proven track record for creating employee experiences that enable people to thrive. This includes reinventing performance management practices, increased flexible work options, and benefits that are customized for today’s contemporary workforce. She has consistently engaged in the “future of work” best practices and served on the Global Consortium to Reimagine HR, Employment Alternatives, Talent and the Enterprise, (CHREATE) project team with HR thought leaders and academic luminaries.
Over her career, Susan has supported women in technology through partnerships with the Anita Borg Institute, Grace Hopper Women in Computing, and Watermark. She received Watermark’s 2016 Advocacy Award and served on the advisory board of Catalyst.
Senior Advisor, McKinsey & Co
Marcia is an accomplished Chief People Officer with Fortune 300 companies, having served as the Chief People Officer at PayPal and SVP People & Performance at World Fuel Services. Marcia partners with visionary leaders to build scalable enterprises with strong/diverse teams and cultures that inspire extraordinary achievements, and is deeply committed to mentoring and developing future leaders as a board advisor for non-profits Humans For AI
and Projectile X.
Chief People Officer, Splunk
Kristen leads the global people strategy at Splunk, where she is committed to developing a culture where people thrive and generate lasting business success. Kristen invents and deploys 21st-century people practices that are innovative, based on modern science and relevant to today’s diverse workers and dynamic work environments. She has deep cross-functional expertise in building global teams for technology companies including Pandora, Yahoo, Hewlett-Packard, and Agilent Technologies.
Chief Organizational Development and HR Officer, Vertiv
A new member of the BetterWorks HR Council for 2018, Andrew has been developing dynamic, high growth global leaders and teams in a various companies and cultures for the last 20 years. Prior to his current role as Vertiv’s Chief Organizational Development and HR Officer, he led organizational development programs, corporate talent strategy, leadership development and change management for teams involving up to 8,000 employees.
Chief Talent Officer, ServiceNow
Gaby was at Tesla from 2017 and 2018, where she was Chief People Officer, leading all functions with Human Resources, Environment Health and Safety, Security and Facilities organizations, with 1400 people in her organization, reporting to Elon Musk. Since her departure from Tesla, Gaby worked as an Executive in Residence/Operating Partner for Comcast Ventures to support their portfolio companies across all aspects of talent and served as a Senior Advisor to Boston Consulting Group, while also serving as a Board member to several technology companies. Currently Gaby is the Chief Talent Officer for ServiceNow. Prior to Tesla, Gaby was the Executive Vice President and Chief Talent Officer at Electronic Arts for ten years, responsible for global Human Resources, Facilities and Corporate Social Responsibility.
Over the last 10 years, Gaby has served on several Boards. Currently she serves on the Board of Directors of Glu Mobile, Namely, Bose and Visier. Previously she served on the Board of the Society for Human Resources Management, TalentSky, Jive Software and Jhana Inc. She has been the Chair of the Compensation Committee of two public companies, Jive and Glu Mobile.
Chief Culture + Talent Officer at Sprinklr
Diane serves as the Chief Culture and Talent Officer for Sprinklr where her team is focused on accelerating the growth of a high-performance and inclusive culture. Diane has expertise in leading Fortune 500 Human Resources organizations and has a proven track-record of scaling businesses. Diane is the author of “It Takes More Than Casual Fridays and Free Coffee: Building a Business Culture that Works for Everyone", with the goal of helping people and companies recognize opportunities to engage and energize their teams, develop creative "Culture and Talent" strategies to meet changing market requirements, and build high-performing values-based, diverse and inclusive cultures.
Independent Consultant and Advisor, Affiliate Research Scientist at The Center for Effective Organizations at USC
Alan is a leading authority on performance management. He is the author of “Next Generation Performance Management: The Triumph of Science over Myth and
Superstition” and is a frequent speaker at conferences and special events. He advises companies on how to motivate high performance in their workforces.
Alan spent 30+ years at Procter & Gamble and Eli Lilly & Co. in HR leadership positions with responsibility for HR analytics, performance management, leadership and employee assessment, and organizational effectiveness.