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Rachael Ellison is an organizational development practitioner and executive coach specializing in work-life synergy. She is committed to transforming the workplace to acknowledge and foster employee potential both on and off the job. Ellison is widely known as an expert on the topic of work-life balance, and works with organizations to retain and develop talent through innovative workplace solutions.
Rachael has coached hundreds of mid-to-senior level executives through professional changes, specifically the transition to parenthood. Capitalizing on clients’ strengths and working with them to create innovative solutions to their challenges makes Ellison unique and indispensable. Emphasizing that there is no one-size-fits-all approach; Ellison guides her clients to finding and assessing opportunities, and transitioning to a new role while keeping balance and stability both personally and professionally.
Ellison partners with organizations to redesign both strategies and systems for above challenges, particularly around stress and work-flow management. Known for her customized programs and interventions for a variety of industry leaders across industries -- education, advertising, law, tech and accounting – Ellison’s extensive clientele include numerous Fortune 50 companies and name brands.
In 2009, Ellison co-authored an internationally distributed paper on the best practices to achieve of work-life synergy, entitled “Better Work, Better Life.” The paper catalyzed a campaign to improve work-life practices including the implementation of paid leave in 106 non-profit organizations, both in the United States and abroad. In 2015, she cofounded and launched a tech solution to support working parents.
Ellison is a columnist and speaker on her expertise: the role of work-life programs in organizational development. Her work can be found in The New York Times, Fast Company, Forbes, Fatherly, and many others. She has appeared on HuffPost Live, WNYC and The Broad Experience Podcast. She is recognized as a work-life expert, and has presented at many prestigious institutions including: Smith College, Columbia University, Stanford Women’s Alumni Association, Baruch College, Working Mother Media's Work Life Congress and National MS Society to name a few. She is a proud mom to Sonja and Jonah.
Jennifer Owens is the former editorial director of Working Mother magazine & founding director of the Working Mother Research Institute (WMRI), launched in 2010.
An award-winning editor and writer on women’s issues, workplace and parenting trends, Jennifer led the editorial mission of Working Mother Media and the National Association for Female Executives through their digital, print, social and video channels, reaching millions of women each month.
At WMRI, Jennifer oversaw the Working Mother 100 Best Companies, Best Companies for Multicultural Women, Working Mother/Flex-Time Lawyers Best Law Firms for Women and the National Association of Female Executives Top 50 Companies. Under her leadership, WMRI has also published more than a dozen white papers studying the intersection of career and gender.
Jennifer blogs on CNBC, IvyExec and The Huffington Post and has been quoted worldwide, including in The New York Times, CNN, Fox Business News, ABC News and Fast Company. She is a sought-after public speaker and working mom to Gwendolyn and Owen.
Paulita David brings deep understanding of multicultural consumers, including what motivates them, what matters most to them, and how they live in America today.
Paulita completed a decade at Google, most recently as Head of US Multicultural, where she worked with prominent brands, helping them make impactful connections with today’s multicultural consumers. She also led Google’s efforts to inspire and educate multicultural consumers and connect them more closely with the brands they love.
Paulita put multicultural on the map for Google and for the Industry, dramatically changing how Google approached the multicultural consumer. Under her leadership, she founded the Multicultural team to focus on helping companies engage with the Hispanic, Black, Asian American and the LGBTQ community.
Beyond working with Agency heads, C-Suite executives and brand leaders, Paulita engaged Google’s engineers to completely redesign the online multicultural experience. Because of her efforts, Google now includes non-English languages more frequently. When multilingual users search for items like “election booths” and “polling locations” Google now posts those results in users’ preferred language.
Paulita built a global sales team devoted to offering dedicated in-language support across all of Google platforms--from YouTube to search and display. Clients from non-profit organizations to automakers can now reach US-based users who need Spanish or Mandarin search, display, and video campaign support. Today, more than 100 Fortune 500 clients, and dozens of agencies, use this program to launch their latest multicultural campaigns. These organizations now reach their consumers in the language they prefer, and during the moments that matter most.
Previously, Paulita led a sales team focused on IAC, one of Google’s largest partners. She also ran Strategy & Operations for the Americas Sales Team, and Google’s internal creative agency known as Creative lab. Prior to Google, Paulita led a global strategy team at the Seiden Group, a marketing and brand strategy agency.
Paulita holds a BA from the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from Northwestern. She is a proud mom to Adrian.