We hope to see you in Monte Carlo!
ADP® ReThink Global HCM Conference
January 30 to February 1, 2018
Monte Carlo, Monaco
Born in 1997, Malala Yousafzai grew up in the Swat Valley in northern Pakistan with her parents and two brothers. From the age of 10, Malala has campaigned for the rights of girls to receive an education.
In October 2012, the then 15-year-old Malala was shot by the Taliban while traveling home from school on the bus with her friends.
Following the attack, Malala was flown to Birmingham to receive treatment at the specialist Queen Elizabeth hospital, and by March 2013 she had made a remarkable recovery and was well enough to return to school.
Now studying at the University of Oxford, Malala continues to campaign for the right of every child to go to school. Since the attack, she has become internationally known for her courage in refusing to be silenced and continuing her fight for the right of everyone to receive an education.
Malala’s bravery and unwavering dedication to her cause has seen her honored throughout the world, including one of the world’s highest honors: the Nobel Peace Prize. She became the youngest recipient of the prestigious award in 2014, alongside Indian child rights campaigner Kailash Satyarthi. Malala was also named one of ‘The 100 Most Influential People in the World’ in 2013 by TIME magazine. She is the winner of Pakistan’s first National Youth Peace Prize, the Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought and Conscience, the International Children’s Peace Prize, the 2012 Tipperary International Peace Award, the Premi Internacional Catalunya Award of Catalonia, the Simone de Beauvior Prize, The Oklahoma City Reflections of Hope Award and has been honored with Amnesty International’s Ambassador of Conscience award and Glamour’s Woman of the Year Award 2013. She is also the author of the international bestseller I Am Malala, which has been published in over 27 territories.
Following the outpouring of support that Malala received throughout her ordeal, she set up an international fund – the Malala Fund – which is dedicated to help promote education for girls throughout the world.
Founder and CEO, Tina Brown Live Media and Women in the World
From acclaimed editor to the rarefied ranks of female CEOs, Tina Brown’s legendary career has been propelled by her talent for re - invention and leading organizations through extreme disruption. Her track record includes transforming Vanity Fair (increasing sales from 200,000 to 1.2 million), reinventing the New Yorker (increasing circulation by 30% and more than doubling newsstand sales) and pioneering online journalism as the founder and editor - in - chief of The Daily Beast. With hard - won wisdom gained as a leader in one of the most disrupted industries of our time, Brown shares stories of radical reinvention in the face of shifting tastes, technologies, business models, customers and market conditions — including invaluable insights on what it takes to come out on top.
Tina Brown is currently CEO of Tina Brown Live Media and the visionary force behind Women in the World, a global platform dedicated to building a better life for women and girls. In this role, she brings together the world’s most remarkable and powerful women at annual summits in New York, London and New Delhi. By convening inspirational activists, political change - makers and extraordinary leaders, Women in the World has also drawn luminaries such as Hillary Clinton, Oprah Winfrey, Meryl Streep, Angelina Jolie and Christine Lagarde. Under Brown’s leadership, Women in the World has become a formidable platform for advocacy, awareness and connection. It has also showcased Tina Brown’s wit, intellect and talent for engaging audiences with her powerful storytelling.
Brown's storytelling, the early years of her celebrated career and the roaring ‘80s are showcased in her latest book, The Vanity Fair Diaries: 1983 – 1992. Selected as one of Time Magazine's top ten books of 2017, this riotously funny, celebrity - studded account tells how she survived back - stabbing rivalries and rampant skepticism to turn around Conde Nast’s failing flagship magazine. Behind the celebrated scoops and iconic magazine covers, Vanity Fair Diaries also tells an unforgettable account of radical reinvention, with valuable lessons for today’s climate of constant competition, change and disruption.
Whether she’s sharing stories of triumphant turnarounds, speaking about the challenges of women leaders or advocating to improve the lives of women and girls, Tina Brown brings audiences into the influential circle, inspiring experiences and passionate mission of one of the most remarkable women in our world today.
Chief Possibility Architect, BTFI Ltd, Bestselling Author,
International Speaker, Coach and Provocateur
For over 10 years, Richard and his BTFI team have been renowned for JOLTING companies by enabling them to see their performance through a different lens – one that is creative, values-orientated and honest. As the pioneers of Artful Leadership – they blend psychology, the arts and leadership for clients to push at the edges and lead their industries in innovative and collaborative ways that are completely different to what they’ve ever done before. Clients include JP Morgan, Cisco, HSBC, Mondelez, Microsoft, John Lewis Partnership, Co-op, and the NHS. From an early age, Richard dreamed of performing on stage and went on to play lead roles for a decade in many of London’s West End productions such as Les Miserables and The Phantom of the Opera, he started to understand how to deliver extraordinary performances consistently, providing the foundation for BTFI.
Since ending his career in performances, Richard has focused on training in Barrett Values CTT & Harrison Psychometric Assessment and studying Cognitive Hypnotherapy, CBT, NLP & EI and combines these skills with Artful Leadership techniques in his training and keynotes. Richard’s mission is to literally bring his performance skills into the corporate arena whilst unravelling the theory and application of authentic leadership and change management.
ADP Client Speakers
VP Global Payroll, Michael Kors
For more than 20 years, Luke has been leading multinational teams to implement and execute global HR and Payroll systems and processes. And for the last 10+ years, he’s worked exclusively in the Retail industry. Every company has different needs, requirements, and constraints for payroll service delivery, so the one constant has been the need to adapt that strategy to fit the times and situation. Luke’s excited to share his perspective on addressing the current challenges of global payroll.
As the VP of Global Payroll at Michael Kors, Luke is currently responsible the global payroll and workforce management strategy, he’s the payroll operations leader for the U.S., and he partners with Payroll, HR, Finance, and Retail Operations leaders across the globe to implement global standards and improved operational efficiency.
Prior to joining Michael Kors, Luke was the Director of Global Payroll and HRIS for Abercrombie & Fitch from 2006 to 2015. At A&F, his team expanded operations from 3 countries to more than 25 countries in EMEA and APAC. Luke was responsible for leading the global Payroll, HRIS, and HR Operations function with a consistent technology footprint and a centralized operations model supported by regional service centers.
Prior to 2006, Luke held various consulting and IT management roles working on HR and Payroll ERP projects all over North America.
Luke currently lives in Montclair, NJ with his wife Christine, three children, and three dogs.
Vice President of Compensation and Benefits, Cerner
As Vice President of Compensation and Benefits, Todd Downey is responsible for Cerner’s worldwide compensation and core benefits strategy, design and administration as well as our cutting-edge health and wellness strategies and programs. He also oversees our worldwide payroll operations, making him responsible for supporting and delivering all compensation, benefits and pay programs across the globe.
Downey joined Cerner in February 1986. In addition to his current responsibilities, he has been responsible for various aspects of human resources (HR), including human capital reporting and administration of high-volume HR transaction processing. Prior to transferring to HR, he held various positions in Cerner’s finance organization, including financial planning, general accounting and payroll.
SVP Global HR Operations, XPO Logistics
Craig is the Senior Vice President of Global HR Operations at XPO Logistics. He has over 25 years of experience successfully planning, designing, and implementing programs and initiatives that meet or exceed business value goals. Prior to XPO, Craig led Bristol-Myers Squibb’s HR Operations group and their HR Transformation.
Director, Global Functions IT, HP Inc.
Sam Harper is currently the IT Director of Legal, HR & Payroll platforms, Procurement, and IT4IT. HP over the last several years has transformed into four distinct companies: HP, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, DXC Technologies and Microfocus. The payroll and time tracking transformation is a program, to transition services for employees in 60 countries to ADP’s Global View, Streamline, and Enterprise eTime hosted cloud services. Benefits include end-to-end global process standardization & automation, self-service capability, and compliance with changing legal and social requirements by country.
Sam began his career with HP IT in 2007 as a member of the HP Software team. He then assumed responsibility for leading the HP IT Vendor Strategy, Mergers and Acquisitions organization, where the team developed and executed an IT vendor strategy as well executing 25 acquisitions within the Office of the CIO function.
Prior to joining HP, Sam spent nine years managing strategy and planning of acquisition(s), development and divestiture of real estate for Wal-Mart Stores Inc. In this role Sam was responsible for corporate real estate as well as completing development deals with retailers such as Home Depot, Target, JC Penney, Hobby Lobby, and Best Buy. Sam has a Law Degree and a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Arkansas Little Rock.
Director, America’s Payroll, Equinix
Des Hicks is a leader in the Payroll industry with over 30 years of payroll experience in international, multi-state and multi-systems Payroll and Time reporting systems. She is an active member of the San Francisco chapter of American Payroll Association.
Des is currently Director of the America’s Payroll Region at Equinix where she has spent the last 5 years leading a team comprised of Payroll Operations, Payroll & Tax Accounting, Payroll Compliance, and Global Mobility reporting. Des and her team have had to grow fast and scale within the Global operation as Equinix acquires entities in AMER, EMEA and APAC.
Des has worked for companies in high-tech, biotech and digital film, she has managed all aspects of payroll and time reporting for major industries and fun companies like, Bio-Rad Laboratories, Wind River Systems, and Lucas Film. She admits Equinix is by far the most challenging and rewarding company of her long career that has given her the global reach she was looking for.
Des was born and raised in Los Angeles, California where she also attended the University of Southern California and earned a bachelor’s degree in Mathematical Sciences.
Des is married and enjoys being an empty nester while spending her free time boating and trail bike riding with her husband Victor.
VP, Corporate HR, Administration and Compliance, International Automotive Components Group
Fiona drives her function within a Global HR Department by way of a strategic business partner and provides forward thinking HR solutions in order to assure that the organization adapts its costume to the changing market requirements. Fiona has more than 20 years' experience within an international HR environment, having worked in the automotive, off-highway and recruitment industries. Prior to moving into HR full time Fiona had gained experience in M&A activities and general employment law. Fiona began her career having served in the Royal Air Force in various positions and locations.
Senior Manager, Global Benefits & Payroll, Cerner
As Senior Manager Global Benefits and Payroll, Alicia has responsibilities for global operations across 25 countries. She leads a team comprised of global benefits strategy, global benefits administration & global payroll operations. In addition, Alicia also oversees global time and attendance as well as working time strategy.
Alicia has over 10 years Global Human Resource experience including M&A and Work Council negotiation. Prior to her current role, she was a HR Business Partner focusing on human capital planning and strategy, and integration of acquired workforces.
Senior Director Global Payroll, PayPal
Traci Memmott has an extensive background in human resources, payroll operations, tax, accounting and finance. She joined PayPal in January 2017 to lead global payroll operations for the personal payments company, providing payroll services to 18,000 employees in 33 countries. Previously, Traci was Vice President of HR and Payroll Operations at American Express Global Business Travel, where she stood up a state-of-the-art global HR/Payroll business process model anchored on the Workday HCM platform and global ADP payroll processing.
Prior to AmEx Global Business Travel, Traci enjoyed 18 years of service at American Express Company, holding positions in both HR and Finance, including Vice President, HR Reporting & Analytics (AmEx Company), Director of Human Resources (AmEx Company),and Chief Financial Officer (AmEx Centurion Bank), among other roles. She holds a Bachelor and Master of Accounting degrees with emphasis in Tax from Brigham Young University.
Traci lives with her husband and three sons in central Utah. She enjoys watching her boys in a variety of sports, as well as biking, water sports and riding ATVs as a family.
Senior Director, Stock Services & North America and UK Payroll, Equinix
Darrin Short has worked at Equinix for eleven and one half years, heading up its global equity compensation programs (RSU and ESPP), bringing over a decade of previous experience in similar roles at mostly smaller publicly-traded technology companies in the Silicon Valley and San Diego, California. Beginning in 2013, the Americas Payroll Team was added to Darrin’s areas of responsibility, but Equinix’s conversion to a Real Estate Investment Trust (2014-2015) and large acquisitions in Japan (2016) and Europe (2016) kept him from delving deeply into the payroll arena until 2016, when Equinix established its global payroll project, known as “EPIC” (which stands for “Employee Payment and Information Capabilities,” which Darrin leads as Global Process Owner. Since 2016, Darrin also has management responsibility for Equinix’s UK Payroll Team. Darrin has a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Washington, an MBA from San Francisco State University, is a Certified Equity Professional “CEP,” and holds a Certificate of French Language Study from Sorbonne University, Paris. He divides his time between the San Francisco Bay Area and San Diego, California.
Vice President, Western Hemisphere HR Services, Global Payroll, Time & Absence, and Global Retail HR Systems, BP
Mitch lives by his resolve to be willing to take a chance and accept unexpected detours along the way, as his career path is evidence that those detours can lead to wonderfully unexpected opportunities.
Mitch began his journey with BP in 1993, in its Downstream business, as a retail store manager in Charleston, SC. Twenty-five years later, he now serves as the Vice President for Western Hemisphere HR Services, Global Payroll, Time & Absence, and Global Retail HR Systems, based in Houston.
In 2004 Mitch accepted the challenge of building the harmonized HR technology platform to support the then 1,200 retail locations in the US, and later supported the Downstream businesses through their implementation of SAP HR. Through natural progression, Mitch transitioned in 2009 to an operations management role, and made his way to Houston to support all US businesses following the global implementation of SAP HR.
For the past eight years, Mitch’s primary focus has been on creating, deploying, and owning BP’s Payroll, Time and Absence strategy, which includes accountability for payroll accuracy and technology in the nearly 70 countries where BP operates.
His current remit includes leading three streams of work in support of BP’s HR Modernisation Strategy: Western Hemisphere HR Services (via two delivery centers in Texas and Brazil); Global Payroll, Time & Absence; and Global Retail HR Systems.
Mitch holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration and a master’s degree in business and HR management.
ADP Partner Speakers
Principal, Ernst & Young
Kim is a Principal in EY’s People Advisory Services and serves as the Global HR Systems leader and Americas HR Transformation leader. With over 20+ years of consulting experience, Kim specializes in HR transformation/HR Technology and has significant experience consulting across all areas of HR Service Delivery, shared services, and payroll with significant emphasis on HR technology (e.g., Workday, PeopleSoft/Oracle, ADP, SAP/SF, HR SaaS solutions).
Partner, KPMG LLP
Ben is the National Partner-In-Charge of KPMG’s U.S. Global Mobility Services (GMS) practice. Ben also serves as a leader of the GMS Global Steering Group which is responsible for setting and implementing the strategy and direction of the Global GMS Network. He is also the Americas Regional Leader representing all national GMS practices in North and South America on the GMS Global Steering Group Executive Board. Ben has held numerous leadership positions in the GMS practice during his over 30 year career with KPMG and was elected to the KPMG LLP Board of Directors in 2017.
Principal, Global Mobility Services, KPMG
Achim Mossmann leads KPMG’s Mobility Consulting Services (MCS) group and has over 23 years of experience in domestic and international Human Resources in the U.S. and Europe.
Achim has extensive knowledge in all aspects of expatriate management, a strong background in compensation and benefits and has worked as an HR executive in staff and line functions.
Prior to joining KPMG, Achim was the head of the International Human Resources organization of a major German electronics and engineering conglomerate in the U.S. where he was responsible for assignment administration and policy development.
Managing Director, Workforce Strategy & Insights, Deloitte Consulting LLP
Brian is the Managing Director of Deloitte’s Workforce Strategy & Insights Practice in Deloitte’s Human Capital practice who specializes in helping clients transform their business and improve their global workforce management capabilities. He has over 15 years of Human Capital Management outsourcing advisory, transformation and service delivery experience. During his career, he has led many transformation initiatives, developing an expertise in global payroll, HR, and time management. He also has extensive experience in business case development, vendor selection, contract negotiation, transformation planning, global policy definition, and global deployments. He has provided strategic advice and counsel to clients across multiple industries with an emphasis in Financial Services and the Banking sector for the past several years, working with several large banks and payment organizations.
Leading Expert on Talent at Work, Co-head, ADP Research Institute
Marcus Buckingham addresses over 250,000 people around the globe each year, captivating audiences with insights, research, and humor that inspire people (and often entire organizations) to build stronger teams and create happier workplaces.
Building on nearly two decades of experience as a Senior Researcher at Gallup Organization, he founded The Marcus Buckingham Company in 2006 with a clear mission: to instigate a “strengths revolution.” It started, as all revolutions do, with the simplest of ideas: that when people spend the majority of each day on the job using their greatest talents and engaged in their favorite tasks, basically doing exactly what they want to do, both they and their organizations will win.
In other words, companies that focus on cultivating employees’ strengths rather than simply improving on people’s weaknesses stand to dramatically increase efficiency and productivity while allowing for maximum personal growth.
In all of his work, Marcus demonstrates the correlation between strengths-driven, engaged employees and business fundamentals such as turnover rates, customer satisfaction, profits, and productivity. Challenging entrenched preconceptions about achievement to get to the core of what drives success, Marcus’s strengths-based approach is a win/win scenario that, without exaggeration, will define the future of work.
In January 2017, ADP acquired The Marcus Buckingham Company to bring to ADP clients a more scientific and data-driven approach to employee engagement and performance.
Staff VP, Chief Security Officer, ADP
As Staff Vice President and Chief Security Officer of ADP, Roland Cloutier brings an unprecedented understanding and knowledge of global protection and security leadership to one of the world's largest providers of human capital management solutions. With over 25 years of experience in the military, law enforcement, and commercial sector, Roland is one of today’s leading experts in corporate and enterprise security, cyber- defense program development, and business operations protection.
At ADP, a global provider of comprehensive payroll services and human resources management solutions, Roland has functional and operational responsibility for cyber, information protection, operational risk, workforce protection, crisis management, and investigative and protective security operations worldwide.
Prior to ADP, Roland served as Vice President and CSO of EMC, was a United States Air Force Combat Security Specialist, and an Aerospace Protection and Anti-Terrorism Specialist for the Department of Defense. He also specialized in fraud and healthcare crime as part of the United States Department of Veterans Affairs.
Roland continues to lead by example in the development of the security industry through practitioner excellence. He was most recently honored as the RSA Conference 2016’s Excellence in the Field of Information Security Award Winner. He was also named the #1 Security Executive of the Year by ExecRank, Tech Exec Networks' Information Security Executive of the Year, and one of the Most Influential People in Security by Security Magazine.
Paving the way for the world’s next generation of security leaders, Roland is also the distinguished author of his book, “Becoming a Global Chief Security Executive Officer” where he shares his expertise on how to advance the practice of security executive management, security program architecture and how to effectively plan for the future demands of leadership in global security.
Roland is a member of the Executive Security Action Forum, The Security World 50, and serves on the Board of Directors Cyber Subcommittee for Blue Cross Blue Shield Association, the Board of The International Consortium of Minority Cybersecurity Professionals (ICMCP), and the Board of The National Cyber Forensics Training Alliance (NCFTA). As a U.S. Air Force veteran himself, he takes the time to give back and volunteer for veteran organizations such as the American Legion, 100 Nights of Remembrance and serves as executive sponsor for the ADP National Employee Veteran Council.
President GlobalView Human Capital Management, ADP
Theo Curey is President GlobalView Human Capital Management and has responsibility for leading a global team providing Human Capital Management (HCM) expertise to clients in more than 100 countries through ADP’s GlobalView Human Capital Management solutions.
From 2016 to 2017, Theo was the General Manager and Senior Vice President of Multinational Corporations of the Americas where he had oversight over the fast growing suite of HCM solutions, headlined by GlobalView. Prior to that role, Theo led strategy and business development at the Corporate and Global Enterprise Solutions levels since joining in 2011.
Previously, Theo held senior strategy roles with Commercial Metals, a global manufacturer of steel and commodity trader. He began his career with McKinsey and Company where he was an Associate Principal focused on consumer goods and retail clients.
Theo received a BS in Chemistry from Davidson College and a PhD in Analytical Biochemistry from The University of Texas at Austin.
Senior Director Product Management – MNC, ADP
Melissa has over 20 years of experience in HR and HR Outsourcing, leading teams in Implementation, Product Development and Client Service Delivery. Over the course of her career she has managed many different product lines including HR, Talent, Payroll, Time and Labor Management, Benefits and Workforce Analytics applications.
Over the past few years Melissa has led initiatives for ADP such as launching GlobalView HCM by spearheading the HR/PY integration and launching the next generation user experience for ADP Multi-National Corporation clients which includes popular features like GlobalView mobile and myPay, interactive pay application.
Melissa leads the Product Management team efforts of driving collaboration with clients to understand their business challenges; developing solutions to address these challenges; and working with internal partners to deliver. Melissa is the lead Product Manager responsible for ADP’s latest initiative, Global Cloud Connect.
Vice President & Associate General Counsel, Global Enterprise Solutions, ADP
Steven has lead the legal team and been a member of the Global Executive Committee for GES since 2014. In his role, he oversees all transactional, compliance and regulatory matters for the GES businesses. Steven originally joined ADP in 1994 and served in a number of key legal positions, including as the lead lawyer for ADP’s Employer Services Group, prior to leaving in 2006. Steven rejoined ADP in 2013.
During the time between his departure and return to ADP, Steven served as the former Senior Vice President, General Counsel & Corporate Secretary of Hewitt Associates (NYSE: HEW), the global provider of human resources and benefits consulting and outsourcing services (now a division of Aon), and, prior to Hewitt, as the Executive Vice President, General Counsel & Secretary of The BISYS Group, Inc. (NYSE: BSG), a provider of insurance distribution and investment back-office administration services (now a division of Citigroup). Steven began his legal career at Debevoise & Plimpton, LLP, the New York-based corporate and international law firm, during which time he also served a 10-month assignment in Tokyo seconded to Mitsui & Co., Ltd., the large international trading company.
Steven received a bachelor’s degree from the University of California (Berkeley) and his law degree from New York University School of Law.
Senior Vice President, ADP Innovation Labs
Roberto Masiero is the Senior Vice President of ADP Innovation Labs. Roberto joined ADP in 2000 as Director, Information Technology for ADP Brazil, when his company in Brazil was acquired by ADP. Over the last 12 years, he has led several research and development teams on core ADP solutions. Today, Roberto is responsible for ADP Innovation Labs, where emerging technologies are researched and new products are developed and incubated. Recent projects include mobile applications, semantic search, big data, behavioral intelligence, and marketplace.
President EMEA Global Enterprise Solutions International, ADP
Don McGuire was appointed to the role of President EMEA in July 2016. His responsibilities include all the domestic offerings across the region. With this role he takes on responsibility for driving strategic growth and operational excellence throughout the broad region and providing leadership across all the countries in the portfolio.
Immediately prior to his current role Don was located in Singapore where he was responsible for the domestic and multi-national business across the Asia Pacific region. During his tenure in APAC the region saw solid top and bottom line growth.
Don joined ADP Canada in 1998 as Vice President Finance, and was promoted to CFO in 2000. His next appointment was as Head of Service in 2002. Don was appointed General Manager for the ADP UK organisation in September 2007, overseeing solid revenue and product growth. During that time the UK business launched Money Movement, Time and Attendance and HR products. Don also led the acquisition of Vizual Business Tools (HR.net) in February 2010. In January 2012, he was also given responsibility for the newly acquired India Domestic payroll business (ESI India).
Don began his career with the former Price Waterhouse, and later joined Black & Decker Canada as Sales Controller. Don’s last role at Black & Decker Canada before joining ADP was Vice President, Finance and Administration. He holds graduate and undergraduate degrees in Economics from York University, an Executive Management Diploma from the Ivey School of Business, and is a Chartered Professional Accountant.
Vice President, Chief Business Security Officer, ADP
Bill O’Connell serves as Chief Business Security Officer- International for ADP, one of the world’s largest providers of business outsourcing & human capital management solutions. Bill leads a global team responsible for partnering with the leaders of ADP’s global businesses to identify, manage and reduce their risks. Bill has led a number of initiatives that received industry awards of excellence and are considered best practice solutions, including the Trusted Platform Security Infrastructure initiative and the Client Security Assurance portal. Both initiatives were recognized in industry as Projects of the Year by IDG©, and by ISE©.
In addition to his current responsibilities at ADP, Bill is the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the National Cyber Security Alliance, promoting awareness of how to Stay Safe Online in the community. Bill actively participates with government organizations and industry partners to foster good security practices.
Bill is a graduate of the University of Maryland with a BS in Information Systems and an MBA. He is a competitive athlete, having completed over 100 running and triathlon races, including 15 marathons and the Ironman Triathlon. Bill resides in Paris, France with his wife and three children.
Chief Strategy Officer, ADP
Don Weinstein is ADP’S Chief Strategy Officer. He joined ADP in 2006 as VP of Corporate Strategy and has since held a variety of roles in strategy, product management and business development.
Most recently he was Senior Vice President of Product Management, where he was responsible for managing ADP’s portfolio of HCM products as well as directing the company’s annual product innovation investments. He also led the Global Product Management team through its transition to an Agile organization.
In addition to helping enhance ADP’s brand as an innovation thought leader, Don has been instrumental in introducing key new products that have delivered rapid success in terms of new product sales. These include ADP Mobile, ADP Analytics and the ADP Marketplace.
He has also served as Division Vice President of Strategy and Product for ADP’s Small Business Services and Major Accounts Services divisions, where he led numerous successful new product introductions including RUN Powered by ADP®, ADP Workforce Now®, and ADP Talent Management.
Prior to joining ADP, Don held senior strategy roles within IBM Corporate Strategy and PriceWaterhouseCoopers Strategy and Change Consulting. He began his career in 1990 with General Electric as an Edison Engineer.
Don received a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Rutgers University, an MS in Mechanical Engineering from Drexel University and an MBA from New York University's Stern School of Business.