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Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Thinking About Talent

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Session Description

Human capital is the most valuable asset in the social sector. An effective human capital strategy enables nonprofits to grow, scale, and achieve greater impact. Join a robust discussion on how to attract and engage an excellent team. Hear from experts, and each other, on techniques that can address questions such as: What is the best way to attract the right talent to your organization? How do you enable them to be successful? How do you build a talent pipeline to engage future leaders?

When | Where

13:30 - 14:45 Wednesday, April 9 SBS, Lecture Theatre 5

Session leaders

  • Partner, Omidyar Network
    Sal leads the human capital and operations functions of Omidyar Network. In this role, he works to develop and scale the talent at Omidyar Network and its portfolio organizations. Sal brings a wealth of executive experience in human resources management to his role as a partner at Omidyar Network. From 2000 to 2009, Sal served as the vice president of human resources and administration for PayPal and eBay Inc. Prior to joining PayPal, Sal worked for KPMG as the national recruiting manager for the information, communications, high-tech, and entertainment consulting practices. Sal began his career working in the public sector in a variety of roles, primarily in education and hospital ministries. Sal holds an MA in philosophy from Fordham University, a Masters of Divinity from the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, California, and an AB in economics and political science from Columbia University. Sal is also currently a lecturer for the University of San Francisco School of Mgmt.