USBLN® Announces New Appointments to its Corporate Advisory Board
WASHINGTON, DC (February 11, 2015) – Today, the US Business Leadership Network® (USBLN®) announced the appointment of five member companies to its Corporate Advisory Board (CAB).
The USBLN Board of Directors at its December and January meetings approved inQUEST Consulting, JPMorgan Chase, KPMG LLP, Manpower and Walmart for two-year terms on the CAB.
Representing inQUEST is Scott Hoesman who is their CEO & Founder. JPMorgan Chase‘s representative is Elizabeth Daly-Torres, who is their Vice-President, Global Diversity Manager. KPMG‘s representatives are Christopher L. Brown, CPA and a Partner plus Annette F. Rosta, who is their Associate Director, Recruiting Diversity and Compliance, Experienced Hire Recruiting.Manpower‘s representative is Regina Blair who is Director of Diversity and Inclusion, U.S. Russell Shaffer, Senior Manager for Corporate Affairs and Constituent Relations is Walmart‘s representative. [DOC | PDF]
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