04/05/2019 | Press release | Archived content
'Staying Ahead of the Talent Curve: Employer's Most Sought After Skills Aren't What You Think,' with panelists from Facebook, RE/MAX, Becton Dickinson and former Head of Finance Academy at HSBC.
La Crosse, WI., April 2, 2019 - Dr. Andrew Temte, CEO of Kaplan Professional, will be leading a session at the ASU/GSV Education Summit in San Diego on Monday, April 8th at 3:30 pm PDST, entitled 'Staying Ahead of the Talent Curve: Employer's Most Sought After Skills Aren't What You Think.'
Panelists will consist of Amy Hayes, Global Head of Learning & Development at Facebook; Amy Somerville, SVP, Professional Development and Engagement, RE/MAX; Tom Ruddy, SVP, HR, Becton Dickinson and Company; and Leigh-Anne Moore, Consultant, Former Head of Finance Academy, HSBC.
The panel will discuss:
As CEO of Kaplan Professional, Dr. Temte oversees and leverages assets, capabilities and talent across its global footprint. Kaplan Professional offers a large portfolio of professional development solutions for businesses, and helps individuals earn industry-recognized licensures, certifications and designations. Based in La Crosse, WI, Kaplan Professional maintains operations throughout the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Singapore, the Middle East, and Hong Kong SAR .
Dr. Temte earned his doctorate in finance from the University of Iowa with a concentration in international finance and investment theory. He holds the CFA designation and has over 14 years of university teaching experience in the areas of corporate finance, investments, and international finance.
Started in 2010 with a collaboration between Arizona State University and Global Silicon Valley (GSV), the annual ASU/GSV Summit is the industry catalyst for elevating dialogue and driving action around raising learning and career outcomes through scaled innovation. The ASU/GSV Summit is the world's leading education and workforce innovation conference that brings together 4,500+ leaders in Learning, Workforce Technology, Investors, Higher Ed Leaders, Chief Learning and Talent Officers, Policy Makers and more.