Sylvia Ann Hewlett
Economist, Author, CEO
The keynotes by Sylvia Ann Hewlett reveal her 20 years of experience as an economist specializing in global talent management.
Hewlett's professional experience has largely focused on the challenges that women and other minorities face in the workforce. Currently, she serves as a co-director of Columbia Business School's Women's Leadership Program. She is also the founder and CEO of the Center for Talent Innovation, as well as Hewlett Consulting Partners.
Hewlett is regularly featured in acclaimed publications, such as the Harvard Business Review, the Financial Times and The New York Times. She has authored 11 of her own books, including 'When the Bough Breaks,' winner of the Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Book award and 'Executive Presence.' She is considered one of the most influential thinkers in the world, ranking number 16 on the Thinkers50 list.