Session: My Journey to the C-Suite, ask me anything
Elevating your career while raising a family is a delicate balance. It takes the right company culture, the right support in life and your priorities in order. By ensuring your foundation is sound, your expectations are set and you allow for vulnerability in the workplace, you can succeed. This will be an opportunity for attendees to hear my briefly hear about my journey to the C-suite and ask me any questions that they are curious about that may help them in their journey.
- Ensure you have the right foundation in your family and your company
- Allow for vulnerability
- Set expectations both at work and at home
Rebecca serves as Chief Information Officer of Omnicom Health Group where she brings over 20 years of experience in the healthcare industry—collaborating with business leaders to transform their information technology strategies and provide cost effective solutions that meet every objective and goal. Prior to Omnicom Health Group, Rebecca was the VP of Information Technology at Ferrandino and Son, a facility services company. Rebecca has also served as Head of Product for the Platforms Organization at GlaxoSmithKline where she worked to embed agile ways of working while creating a digital platform to accelerate the digital transformation capabilities for business units.
A graduate from Penn State University, Rebecca holds a dual Master’s degree in Business Administration and Information Science. She also sits on the Board of Directors for the Philadelphia chapter of the Society for Information Management where she chairs the Marketing Committee. Additionally, she volunteers as a Career Coach with ScholarMatch, a non-profit organization serving first generation college students as they navigate through their college career.
In her personal time, Rebecca focuses on health and enjoys traveling the world with her family as well as active in the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) community as we support our youngest daughter living with Type 1 Diabetes.