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Human expectations have changed. Technology and sleek branding aren't enough; your organization needs a soul. Speeches and trending hashtags aren't enough; we need to change our communities. How? By learning to become Human-Centric as a person, as a professional, and as a modern-day citizen. Come on this journey to discover how to be human-centric and thrive in this world. The future is human. Are you ready?
A visionary and inspiring leader focused on merging human engagement and diversity and inclusion with positive business outcomes and growth, Kimberly Weisensee Brown is the founder and CEO of both Centrally Human and TecHive.
She is a globally-renowned creator and expert on human-centric and inclusive innovation frameworks. She believes the success of our future lies in empowering our humans.
Kimberly is a highly accomplished growth executive and nationally-renowned speaker with more than 15 years of proven success. She has a background with companies such as Conde Nast, GE, Acxiom, Hyatt, 1871, Publicis, WPP, REI, American Medical Association, Tribune Corporation and more.
She is a trained peer mediator and certified executive life coach. She was editor-in-chief of the feminist magazine at Northwestern University. As trained journalist and digital marketing executive, she has proven ability to communicate powerful stories and connect people and ideas to measurable outcomes.
Kimberly received her B.S. and M.S. from Northwestern University Medill School of Journalism. She has published works on mental health, youth experience, intersectionality, bias in data and marketing, and inclusive innovation and entrepreneurship. She is active with the Luminarts Foundation, 1871, Women Business Development Center, and the Illinois Chamber of Commerce, Executive Club of Chicago and Union League Club of Chicago. She is a faculty member at Lake Forest Graduate School of Management, Loyola University, and Roosevelt University.
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