Tony Segreto serves as Ultimate Software's liaison for special projects. In that role, he moderates events, expertly disseminates UltiPro information via videos, and evangelizes Ultimate's products and services to a wide audience. Previously, Tony spent 40 years as one of the most experienced and trusted anchors on South Florida television. He joined WTVJ in 1968 as an intern. During his tenure, he worked as a photographer, producer, reporter, and anchor for both sports and news. During his career, Mr. Segreto covered more than 20 Super Bowls, 2 Olympics, World Series, Stanley Cups, NBA finals, and National Championships. He has also interviewed two sitting presidents and political leaders from around the country. In 1995, he was honored by the South Florida chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences with the prestigious Silver Circle Award, recognizing more than 25 years of excellence in broadcast journalism.
Speaker, Provoker, and Best-selling Author,
Author of Provoking Greatness
Misti Burmeister is an award-winning author, speaker, and entrepreneur. Her passion, humor, and direct approach has inspired audiences from coast to coast - from convention halls to C-suites. She makes you laugh, while connecting to the heart of what creates high-performing team members. She is also the host of the Provoking Your Greatness podcast. Visit www.MistiBurmeister.com for immediate access to interviews, blogs, and additional resources to help you identify and share your greatest talents.
Executive Coach & Motivational Speaker
A trusted and strategic guide to the c-suite, Sarah Levitt brings penetrating insight, wit, and more than 20 years of practical business experience to her work with CEOs, corporate executives of Fortune 1000 companies, and senior leadership teams.
Sarah created The Making Magnificence Project®, an ongoing initiative, where she interviews successful leaders across different domains to capture their leadership journeys. Her new book, Magnificent Leadership, distills the essential elements of leadership success that she gleaned from those interviews.
Sarah is sought as a keynote speaker for international conferences and leadership summits. A sampling of her engagements include: American Bankers Association, Harvard Kennedy School of Government, Hewlett-Packard, BASF, National Association of CEOs, Oracle, Blue Cross Blue Shield, and Ignite International Leadership Summit.
Sarah is a columnist for The Financial Manager and was recruited to coach in the elite Executive MBA program at The University of North Carolina Kenan-Flagler business school. She is a member of the Society for the Advancement of Consulting, Harvard’s Institute of Coaching, and is one of only 84 global consultants inducted into the Million Dollar Consulting® Hall of Fame. She lives in Raleigh, NC.
David J. Woolf
Drinker Biddle & Reath,
Partner, Labor and Employment practice
David J. Woolf is a partner in the Labor and Employment practice in Drinker Biddle & Reath’s HR Law Practice Group. His practice includes assisting corporate clients in a range of labor and employment-related matters, including employment litigation and counseling, matters involving individual employee rights and obligations, and union/management relations. He defends employers in employment-related litigation, including individual and class claims of discrimination, harassment and wrongful discharge, as well as in administrative proceedings before the EEOC and state and local agencies. He also counsels employers on layoffs, family and medical leave issues, and wage and hour issues.
High Company LLC,
Chief Learning and Talent Development Officer
Kathleen (Kathy) Prime is currently the Chief Learning and Talent Development Officer for The High Companies in Lancaster, PA has worked 25 years in various organizations helping to create, design, execute and measure various human resource (people strategies) to drive organizational performance and achievement of the organizations mission. Kathy joined the High Senior Leadership Team in October 2015 to address one of the organizations top priorities – Supercharging Organization & Talent Development. Kathy is responsible for cultivating High’s talent pipelines, building out High’s leadership development model and enhancing the companies’ learning and development infrastructure. She has done similar work for small and large organizations alike – ranging from 20 to 60,000 employees (including 7500 leaders) across 16 states. Her ability to create human resource strategies that align to business strategies and then deliver tangible results to key stakeholders has resulted in numerous Best Places to Work Awards and top Employee Engagement recognitions. Among her recognitions, Kathy was awarded the National Chief Learning Officer Trailblazer award recognizing industry leaders who truly champion innovative learning strategies.