Keynote Speaker: Robert Livingston
Robert Livingston is a diversity researcher whose research examines how physical appearance and non-conscious processes influence stereotyping, prejudice, and discrimination. He is also interested in the topic of diversity in leadership. Specifically, he investigates the unique challenges confronting women and minorities in upper management, as well as the conscious and non-conscious processes underlying leader selection. He has received numerous awards for outstanding research and teaching, including the Social Issues Dissertation Award from Division 9 of the American Psychological Association. He is the member of numerous professional organizations and serves on the editorial board of the Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin.
Speaker: Tom Tveidt
Tom Tveidt is a research economist who has more than 15 years experience in providing objective and clear regional analysis for public and private decision makers. He is an actively practicing consultant with expertise in regional economic assessment, economic impact analyses, industry targeting and industrial site selection. Mr. Tveidt regularly speaks before business groups, government organizations and public meetings, detailing regional economic trends and issues. As such, his expertise is frequently quoted in newspapers, business journals, and TV news programs.
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