Jane’s expertise comes from 20+ years of direct business experience in fast-paced, high-stakes environments. She has worked with sales teams, guided leadership through a merger integration and divestiture, led organizational change initiatives with new leadership, and designed several innovative programs for top talent. Prior to consulting, she has held a variety of management roles, including Operations, Vice President of HR/Talent at JPMorgan, and Director of Recruiting at Deloitte and Resources Global.

A graduate of Cornell University with a degree in Economics/International Studies, she is an advisor to the Taskforce for Talent Innovation and a member of the Toigo Foundation’s President Circle. Her insights have been featured on CNN, CNBC, NPR, Harvard Business Review (HBR) Working Knowledge, The AtlanticThe Wall Street JournalFast Company, Leader to Leader, Fortune and Forbes.

Jane is the author of the groundbreaking book, Breaking the Bamboo Ceiling and works with organizations to develop strategies for breaking through. Recently, she co-authored Flex: The New Playbook for Managing Across Differences. She is the research director for the Conference Board Cultural Fluency: How Culture Shapes Talent and Leadership Styles in Asia study. She serves on the board of Operation Exodus, an organization which provides tutoring and mentoring to Latino youth in Washington Heights and the Bronx. Jane is passionate about helping individuals flourish in their workplaces and in their communities.

Anna Lee-Winans is the National Director of Discipleship & Growth with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. While pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism at New York University, Anna was drawn to the ministry at InterVarsity where she indulged in in-depth Bible studies and experienced the presence of God in her community. Anna received training in leadership, consequently becoming a chapter leader, and considered joining InterVarsity staff. 

Instead, she returned to The University of New York where she received a Master’s Degree in Social Work and worked for three years in Jacobi Medical Centre’s Pediatric AIDS clinic in the South Bronx, sensing that God was calling her to be a compassionate witness in an area with the highest concentration of AIDS cases in the U.S. “God was very consistent in his leading and He has always spoken in a way I can understand,” she said. At Jacobi, Anna worked on advocacy for legal, housing and financial services for individuals and families, conducted interviews and provided therapy and medical compliance sessions to affected individuals and families. She was awarded grant funding for tutoring services for children infected and affected by HIV/AIDS and co-authored thematic publications. Eventually she discovered that her work at the AIDS clinic was only temporary.

Anna’s family history is filled with Christian ministry, generation to generation. Her great-grandfather was a convert of Hudson Taylor’s China Inland Ministry. She enjoys reading the newspaper, eating good food, and laughing with her husband and two daughters.

Paula Campbell Roberts (New York) joined KKR & Co. in 2017 as a member of the Global Macro, Balance Sheet and Risk team. As the Head of Alternative Data & Analytics, Ms. Campbell Roberts leads the firm's efforts to incorporate big data and machine learning into many of our investing and value creation efforts. In addition, Paula helps the Firm assess consumer and real estate investment opportunities. 

Prior to joining KKR in 2017, Paula Campbell Roberts was an executive director of Morgan Stanley and the company's U.S. Consumer Economist, where she managed coverage of the U.S. consumer sector and developed fundamental trading signals using big data. Before Morgan Stanley, Paula was a management consultant leading case teams and advising Fortune 500 companies at Bain & Co.

Paula Campell Roberts earned her MBA from Harvard Business School and a BA from Yale University. Currently, Paula serves on the boards of The Brearley School, the Northside Center for Childhood Development, and the American Friends of Jamaica. She is also a Compass Charter School Advisory Board member.

Allison Moomey is a Senior Management Consultant at Robin Hood, New York City’s largest poverty-fighting organization. Robin Hood provides funding and capacity building support to over 200 non-profit partners, with the aim of promoting sustainable mobility from poverty. Allison works alongside these partners to strengthen their organizations in a variety of ways, including through strategy, technology, and human capital initiatives.

Prior to Robin Hood, Allison worked at McKinsey & Company, where she spent time as both a generalist consultant and as the US Manager at Generation, a workforce development nonprofit McKinsey launched in 2014. In this role, she led teams dedicated to training and placing young adults in jobs across nine US cities. Before McKinsey, Allison served as a Kiva Fellow. In this role, she worked to build capacity and measure impact at microfinance institutions in Burkina Faso and Bénin. Prior to her time at Kiva, she taught Chemistry and Business at a high school in Colorado as a Teach for America Corps Member.

Allison is a Deacon at Trinity Grace Church Williamsburg. In this role she manages the church’s Deacon’s Fund, which provides financial assistance for emergency and other personal needs within the community. Allison holds an MBA from the Yale School of Management and a BS in International Business from Pepperdine University.

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Sheeba has built a career building purpose-driven brands in the CPG, retail, and nonprofit sectors. She spent ten years in executive roles at Mondelēz International and Kraft Foods.    She was the Global Marketing Director for the World’s #1 Cookie, Oreo, a $2 billion+ brand present in over 100 countries.   Sheeba also served as the VP of Global Marketing Strategy & Communications for International Justice Mission, the largest anti-slavery organization in the world.   She oversaw the redesign of IJM’s global brand and launch of the book, The Locust Effect, written by Gary Haugen, Founder & CEO. The book was named a Washington Post Best Seller and featured at the World Economic Forum and TED.  Sheeba was recently a member of the  turnaround team to help revitalize one of America's most well-known retailers, JCPenney.  As the  Vice President of Marketing Strategy & Communications,  she led the modernization of JCPenney’s brand, making it more relevant to a younger customer base. She is currently advising private equity teams and start-up CEOs in developing growth strategies for ventures in the public and private sectors.

Sheeba has a heart for prayer and is passionate about global ministry. She is a member of the CEO advisory team for Redeemer City to City, an organization founded by Timothy Keller, which equips leaders to plant churches around the world.  She also serves an advisor for entrepreneurs at Praxis, a startup accelerator focused on Kingdom-based entrepreneurship. She holds a BS in Chemical Engineering from the University of Virginia and an MBA from the Harvard Business School.

Rev. Dr. Kenneth J. Barnes is the Mockler-Phillips Professor of Workplace Theology and Business Ethics at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and Director of the Mockler Center for Faith and Ethics in the Workplace.

Prior to his academic career, Dr. Barnes spent many years as a senior international executive for several multi-billion dollar companies doing business on six continents. He has also served as a bi-vocational pastor in both the United States and the United Kingdom where he holds dual-citizenship.

Professor Barnes' main areas of research and teaching are: the intersections of theology and economics and faith at work. He has published numerous papers in the U.S., U.K. and Australia. His recent book projects include: Light From the Dreaming Spires: Reflections on Ministry to Gen Y (Resource Publishing) 2017; Redeeming Capitalism (Eerdmans) 2018; andReligion and Business Ethics: Religious Perspectives on Business,” in Routledge Companion to Business Ethics (Routledge) 2018.

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