Be a part of the conversation with thought leaders and HR professionals as we focus on solutions for the “new normal” working environment.

Just over one year ago today our personal and professional lives changed forever. 

Over 500,000 lives have been lost, some businesses prospered while others have been in complete despair.  One commonality among businesses showing resilience through these times is the determination and perseverance to adapt in the circumstances. 

Organizations are becoming more strategic with footprint and space design, jobs we never imagined could be remote are actually quite successful remote, and employees have very different expectations on what it looks like to be “at work.”

Join us at this Complimentary Virtual Event!

May 6, 2021 from 1-3pm EST

Moderated by:

Harriet Harty

Chief Administrative Officer, ADT

Harriet Harty joined ADT in July 2020 as the Chief Administrative Officer. Harriet is a Senior Business Executive who brings the strong combination of Financial Acumen, Operational Excellence and Human Resources expertise.
Prior to joining ADT, Harriet served over 23 years at Allstate in various leadership roles, including their Chief Human Resource Officer and most recently served as the Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer at Sompo International.

Harriet has a passion for community involvement and has extensive Board of Directors experience, having served as an Advisory Board Member for After School Matters and a Board Member for Women Employed.

Mary Malone McCarthy

Founder and CEO, M3 Placement & Partnership

Guided by a set of values that prioritize people, Mary Malone McCarthy believes that the work that you do can change people’s lives for the better. As Founder and CEO of M3 Placement and Partnership, an executive search and strategic HR firm, her vision of excellence begins with a focus on building strong partnerships and a passion for exceptional service. Growing up in a family business, Mary Malone lives by a single philosophy of delivering “a little more, a little better” each and every day.

Mary Malone’s commitment to building healthy, economically viable organizations and communities continues to be an important part of her extended mission. She currently serves as a founding member of the Senior Leader Network for Conscious Capitalism, a movement built by leaders committed to advancing the world through their businesses, and several other committees. She also hosts a podcast “Moments with M3” where she talks with leaders on how to lead purpose driven lives, build organizations that inspire greatness and excel at impacting others.

Meet our panel

Scott Panzer

Vice Chairman & International Director

JLL Real Estate

Scott Panzer has been one of the leaders in developing an enhanced level of services to the real estate industry. Since becoming a service provider in 1992, he has completed over 55 million s.f. of assignments encompassing all facets of real estate. As Vice Chairman at JLL, Scott heads up the Strategic Occupancy Solutions practice which supports The Interpublic Group of Companies, Canon, TP-ICAP, Kaplan Inc., Nespresso, and a variety of portfolio companies for KKR, Apollo, and Carlyle as well as major private equity corporate offices.

Deb Beckmann

Managing Director

Semler Brossy

Deborah brings over 20 years of experience in compensation and human capital management. She has advised across industries with expertise working with financial services and pharmaceutical institutions designing compensation and benefits programs that provide a strategic advantage. Deborah has deep know-how in consulting with boards and management on a broad range of compensation and benefits issues with a focus on linking incentives and rewards  to talent and business strategy. She also brings clients hands-on experience in redesigning executive compensation programs, policies, and processes to address changing business environments, mergers and acquisitions, shareholder feedback, and regulatory requirements.

Suzan Morno Wade



Suzan Morno-Wade was appointed Chief Human Resources Officer of Xerox in November 2018.  She is also an Executive Vice President of Xerox Holdings Corporation and serves as a member of the company’s Executive Committee reporting directly to the Vice Chairman and CEO.

Morno-Wade works in partnership with senior leadership to drive a human capital strategy that facilitates the company’s transformation, future growth and success. Specifically, she is focused on instilling best practices around organization capability, diversity and inclusion, talent management, learning, total rewards and the work environment.

Christy Harris

Chief Talent Officer/Chief Diversity Officer


Christy Harris is Chief Talent Officer / Chief Diversity Officer at Allstate Insurance Company. In this role, Christy is responsible for enterprise-wide talent management, culture, and employee experience. She is accountable for delivering best-in-class recruiting, sourcing, consultation and employment branding to attract top talent, while providing an excellent candidate and hiring manager experience. She is also responsible for the continued advancement of Allstate’s inclusive diversity and equity efforts and the company’s approach to learning and talent management, both critical components of Allstate’s talent strategy. Additionally, Christy oversees Allstate’s employee value proposition, future workplace, culture and the people transformation strategy.




Suzi Sosa is the co-founder and CEO of Verb, a learning and development company transforming leadership training at work.  Verb’s turnkey solution combines bite-sized leadership lessons with a platform designed to create behavior change across an organization.  Verb’s flagship customers include Whole Foods, CHANEL and Facebook.  Suzi is a serial social entrepreneur and previously led the social entrepreneurship program at the University of Texas at Austin.  She is the recipient of the 2014 Ernst & Young Social Entrepreneur of the Year Award and the co-author of Social Impact: Adventures in Innovation and Entrepreneurship.  She has a Masters in Public Administration from the Harvard Kennedy School, and a B.A. in the Plan II Honors Program from UT Austin.

Leaders are learning and adapting at how to engage and inspire their teams radically differently than a year ago, and as we see things change at a lightning fast pace, it is clear that in “reimagining” the workplace we have an opportunity like no other.

We hope you will join us at this Complimentary Virtual Event on May 6, 2021 from 1-3pm EST!