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Events reserved for Corporate and University/College Memberships focus on topics specific to supporting organizations looking to elevate their diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I) initiatives and protocols and expanding business development and innovation (BD&I) best practices. If you are interested in learning more about our Corporate and University/College Memberships, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Join Women of the Vine & Spirits
for a Live Chat:
Reaching Customers & Consumers
Tuesday, November 29
10:00 AM PST / 1:00 PM EST
*For Corporate and U&C Members Only*
Join us for a 4-part series on Belonging. Deloitte’s Human Capital Trends report ranked ‘Belonging’ as the top human capital issue that organizations face today. Seventy-three percent responded stated that fostering a sense of belonging was important to their organization’s success with 93% agreeing that a sense of belonging drives organizational performance. The key to success is making sure all employees feel like they belong. Without this key marker the DEI training will not have a positive impact on increased engagement and ultimately retention of your current workforce. When people feel like they are part of a community, they feel a sense of purpose, a sense of belonging. A sense of belonging brings meaning even at your workplace. According to Deloitte’s 2020 Global Human Capital Trends report 93% of business leader respondents agreed that belonging drives organizational performance.
Together, we will explore some common areas that need attention to ensure the efforts your company is putting into creating a diverse workforce keep your employees collaborating and innovating. Each segment is a stand-alone, so you don’t have to participate in all 4 installments, but it is suggested.
Takeaways/What You’ll Learn:
- Discuss ways to provide a voice in the age of technology (zoom, teams)
- Establishing career growth: how to set yourself apart by creating your personal brand
- Standing out. Learn ways to be successful through collaboration beyond the cloud. Hybrid Hustle debate.
Who Should Attend:
HR & Talent Professionals, DE&I Professionals, and Team Managers/Leaders. Anyone who is looking to support initiatives around creating change within their organization.
Join Us for the Following Session!
Tuesday, December 20
Once you register you will receive an email with the link to access the session. If you need further assistance please Contact Olivia Campbell, Membership Coordinator, Women of the Vine & Spirits.
Mahogani is an innovative collaborator who brings a fearless, non-traditional, and high-impact approach to all initiatives she undertakes. Spending much of her career in Corporate Communications, Mahogani has accepted the challenge to wear another hat as lead of the new Business Transformation and Engagement function within Bacardi North America a year ago. In this role, she has been on the front line of driving a transformational and sustainable shift across the region that will focus on advancing change within workplace culture around diversity and inclusion.
Prior to taking on this position, Mahogani spent five years at Bacardi infusing creativity into the planning and execution of many, highly visible and engaging employee programs through her regional and global Corporate Communications roles. Her professional experience also expands employee engagement, executive positioning, Public Relations, Human Resources, marketing, and event management for notable organizations like ADT Security, the Burger King Corporation, and the Orange Bowl Committee.
Mahogani holds a Master of Business Administration degree in Entrepreneurship from Nova Southeastern University and a Bachelor of Science in Mass Communications and Cultural Anthropology from the University of Florida. Mahogani lives for quality time with her husband, Frantz, and their son, Kaï Jordan. She also loves outdoor activities, travelling, sports (she is avid Florida Gators, Miami Dolphins, and Miami Heat fan); and remains committed to fundraising and mentorship programs with her sorority, Delta Sigma Theta, Inc.
Her go-to cocktail: BACARDÍ 8 Old Fashioned!
Lisa is responsible for the collaboration and alignment of coordinating market activation across all Commercial Divisions and National Account Teams. A highly driven and collaborative sales leader with a proven ability to effectively lead people, manage multiple classes of trade with extensive distributor management experience across diverse markets. Extensive focus in managing the complexity and evolving retail landscape with a customer lens and entrepreneurial spirit by aligning sales strategies that fuel consistent and profitable growth.
Over her 14 years at Constellation Brands, Lisa’s passion is motivating and inspiring teams to new and higher levels of growth and change management. Developing an empowered team culture with the ability to inspire positive change which has proven successful in developing advocates for our portfolio, resulted in successful partnerships with key stakeholders.
Prior to working at Constellation Brands Lisa worked for Miller Brewing Company for 11 years in various positions and geographies that focused on delivering results against core chains and channels.
Lisa holds a Masters of Business Administration through the University of Florida and a Bachelor in Business Management from Warner Southern University. Lisa loves spending family time traveling to new places with her two children, son Gavin and daughter Bella. She also loves being active in her free time with outdoor sports, yoga, going to Florida Gator Games or just relaxing with great friends over a glass of wine.