May 7-9, 2014
InterContinental Chicago Magnificent Mile
2013 Speaker Included:
Former CEO and Chairman of the Board at Kellogg Company
Former Secretary of the U.S. Department of Commerce
The son of Cuban immigrants who began his career selling cereal to small grocers in Mexico City, he rose to become the youngest CEO in Kellogg’s 100-year history. At the time, he was also the only Latino CEO of a Fortune 500 company. Named one of the most powerful Hispanic-Americans in business by Fortune magazine, he was an ardent voice for business in the government.
Distinguished Professor of Sociology
Acting Director of the Center for Urban Research at the City University of New York
Richard Alba has carried out research in France and in Germany, with the support of Fulbright grants and fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation, the German Marshall Fund, and Russell Sage Foundation. His teaching and research take on a comparative focus, encompassing the immigration societies of North America and Western Europe. He is author of the award-winning Remaking the American Mainstream: Assimilation and Contemporary Immigration (2003), co-written with Victor Nee, and he holds a Ph.D. from Columbia University.
Anne Loehr Generational Author, Speaker & Consultant and Director Anne Loehr & Associates
Named the "Generational Guru" by The Washington Post, Anne Loehr’s insights into effectively leveraging the four generations gives her clients a leading edge. Working with diverse organizations such as Facebook, Morgan Stanley Smith Barney and the US Air Force, she consistently helps managers improve their generational communication skills. She is author of A Manager’s Guide to Coaching: Simple and Effective Ways to Get the Best from Your Employees. and Managing the Unmanageable: How to Motivate Even the Most Unruly Employee.