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Integrity Development Portfolio 2018

Our Team

Our Team Integrity Development’s team of senior, highly experienced consultants specialize in talent and market optimization using a diversity and inclusion platform. The family legacy of Integrity’s CEO and founder dates back to the very beginning of the diversity field. This, combined with the Fortune 100 experience of our senior leadership team, allows us to offer consulting services that provide real-world solutions closely aligned to the business strategy of our clients that deliver results. We offer a full suite of D&I marketplace solutions through our team of experts, which includes former corporate officers in workforce Diversity and Human Resources; Business Growth Strategists; those experienced in HR Analytics and Recruiting; experts in Corporate Learning; and leaders across the Supplier Diversity spectrum. We combine entrepreneurial adaptability with world-class business experience and an understanding of scale from our Fortune 100 know-how. Integrity’s talent gives us some of the strongest bench strength in the D&I industry; our ethical consultants are thought leaders in business and academia. This expertise allows us to provide our clients with cutting-edge, proven solutions, incorporating the latest industry practices. Our consulting services, including D&I strategy development, executive coaching, analytics, Diversity Council optimization, and others, are delivered by industry experts. Many firms send experienced professionals for early, visible interactions, like front-end sales presentations, or Executive and Board briefings, but relegate the execution of most services to much less experienced, junior employees. The depth of Integrity’s team, coupled with our singular focus on providing D&I solutions to a meaningful portfolio of clients, translates into our clients having a senior leader’s hands-on contribution throughout the entire life cycle of an engagement. We carefully tailor dedicated teams with the right expertise and fit for each client. Training Our customized Diversity, Inclusion and Respect Training© offers the very best and latest in face-to-face learning. We directly build the skills of your organization’s talent through our adaptive portfolio of varied training modules, which we customize to address the specific needs of your business and culture. The combination of our highlyskilled, diverse consultants and our inclusive, yet credible D&I training design, has earned Integrity the reputation of being one of the very best providers in the industry. We deliver on clients’ learning objectives, while consistently achieving high ratings by participants. This is particularly significant because of the highly sensitive nature of D&I subject matter. Through our internal on-boarding process, your Integrity consultant team becomes well versed in your unique organization’s strengths and needs. The AJG team, whose bios we’ve included, are located throughout the U.S., with a concentration in the Midwest. We are accustomed to standard travel to serve our clients. Additionally, through our global partnerships with Vocalink and BRBS World, we offer international training that is localized by providing facilitators and translators in country; adapting content, including text translation; conducting a cultural assessment of media and materials, with adaptation of visuals, animations, and environmental factors to fit the target audience in countries throughout Asia, Australia, Central and South America, Europe and the Middle East. Judy Ellis Judy’s broad professional background spans 25 years. She specializes in creating work cultures where employees want to be, and ethical communications and work practices lead to greater engagement and productivity. Prior to joining her business partner and husband, Eric, as a principal at Integrity, she held positions of significant responsibility in Human Resources and Public Relations at Procter and Gamble. While there, she designed a successful diverse new hire recruiting strategy, which included a short-term Winter Camp to attract first-year MBA candidates; this increased the number of diverse new hires by 22% in two years. She also led an employee retention initiative with a coaching/mentoring program that reduced regrettable attrition of female Finance Managers by 15% in three years. For 15 years as a principal with Integrity, she has managed Instructional Design, led D&I analytics and provided executive coaching and training for a broad range of service and manufacturing companies, having trained in China, the Asia/Pacific region and the Caribbean. She has been recognized for HR Leadership by the YMCA of Greater Cincinnati and, with Eric, as a 2015 winner of Ohio’s Minority Business of the Year Award. Clients include: Toyota Motors, The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, The City of Cincinnati, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Equipping Ministries International, and Lexmark. Judy is a graduate of Indiana University’s Kelly School of Business with a B.S. in Organizational Development; she also graduated summa cum laude with a B.A. and M.A. in Theology. 10

Our Team Elizabeth Williams Elizabeth has served as a corporate officer with a comprehensive corporate development background with multinational corporations in traditional and renewable power generation, transmission/distribution and power conversion, industrial automation, global trade – transport & logistics, manufacturing, aerospace, automotive supplies and professional services. Her broad experience includes leading deep-dive competitive assessments and roadmapping business and technology evolution for competitive positioning, which culminates in actionable business plans to address short- and long-range business performance objectives. She is passionate about leading individuals and organizations through significant change, including rapid growth, consolidation and restructuring to drive improved performance results. She is recognized for her ability to collaborate and flex leadership styles, navigate turnarounds, influence and partner with C-suite and cross-functional leaders in multi-cultural environments for effective change. She has a track record of delivering breakthrough results in U.S. and international roles in Switzerland. She has a B.A. in Economics from Stanford University Undergraduate degree and an MBA from University of Chicago. Eric Watson Visionary and strategist with more than 18 years of experience developing, implementing, and leading diversity and inclusion initiatives for large, multisite organizations which boost business profits. Prior to providing consulting services, Eric served as a corporate officer in Human Resources and Diversity for over 17 years at Travelers Companies, Food Lion, and the Delhaize Group. Recently, he has served as a leader in Supplier Diversity with a regional Supplier Diversity Development Council. He is highly effective in researching trends and best practices; establishing, capturing and analyzing metrics; and crafting/pitching a business case for company-wide integration. He has consulted and collaborated with HR business partners to embed diversity in all HR, talent acquisition, retention and engagement processes. He has a stellar record of creating, administering, and participating in numerous educational and leadership development programs, and a solid record of building external partnerships and outreach initiatives. He is a nationally recognized subject matter expert, thought leader and advocate; twice named among Top 100 Most Influential Blacks in Corporate America; earned numerous community and business awards for championing the cause for diversity and inclusion. He has a B.A. in English Literature from Livingstone College. Stacie Furst Holloway, Ph.D. Stacie has more than 20 years of industry experience working in the areas of Human Resource Management and Organization Development. Her research and teaching interests center around gender and leadership, HR analytics (including predictors and costs of turnover), and organization development and change. Her research exploring the impact of mobile technology use on employees’ work and non work-related outcomes was funded by the Society for Dr. Yasue Kuwahara Yasue has more than 15 years of experience in Asian studies and research. Fluent in Japanese, she has been instrumental in providing Integrity’s consulting services to Japanese executives and managers with Toyota Motors, having translated and led numerous training experiences. She is a professor of Communication and Director of Popular Culture Studies at Northern Kentucky University where she teaches a variety of courses on American and Asian popular culture and mass media. Her scholarly interest has expanded from the U.S. influence on postwar Japan to popular culture of South Korea and China in recent years. She is the editor of the East Asian Popular Culture Series by Palgrave Macmillan. Dr. Kuwahara grew up in Tokyo and moved to the U.S. upon graduation from Waseda Uni- 11

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