We are giving away a pair of tickets to How Oregon Works: Educating the Workforce of the Future @ Sentinel Hotel on October 24. To win, comment on this post why you’d like to attend. Winner will be drawn and emailed Monday, October 21.
From our sponsors:
How Oregon Works: Educating the Workforce of the Future
October 24, 2019
11a | $65 | All Ages
More info: bizjournals.com
614 SW 11th Ave, Portland, OR 97205
Join us on October 24th as we take a close look at how Oregon’s workforce will evolve over the next decades and how prepared, or unprepared, we are to meet the challenges that will bring.
We’ll be talking with individuals at the forefront of this radical evolution brought on by technology adoption, automation and rapidly changing demographics.
Maria Pope is president and CEO of Portland General Electric, Oregons largest electric company. Pope works with customers, community members and government officials to lead Oregons clean energy future.
Pope joined PGE in 2009 as CFO and treasurer. She also oversaw the companys power generation facilities, wholesale power marketing and long-term resource strategy as senior vice president of Power Supply, Operations and Resource Strategy. From 2006 to 2008, she was a member of PGEs board of directors.
Prior to PGE, Pope was CFO of Mentor Graphics Corporation and held senior operating and finance positions within the forest products and consumer products industries. She began her career in banking with Morgan Stanley & Co.
Pope serves on the Oregon Global Warming Commission as well as other boards and commissions, including the Oregon Business Council and the Electric Power Research Institute.
Pope is an alumna of the Stanford Graduate School of Business and earned her bachelors degree from Georgetown University.
Eileen Frack, General Manager of Human Resources, Daimler Trucks North America
Image titleAs General Manager of Human Resources, Eileen Frack leads all human resource management and labor relations activities for DTNA. Ms. Fracks role includes providing leadership on policy development and implementation in the areas of talent management and acquisition, employee, organizational and management development, compensation, benefits, industrial relations, and health and safety programs.
Ms. Frack began her career with Daimler in 2005 as Director of the Office of Tax Affairs and International Trade Compliance. As an inaugural member of the first Diversity Steering Committee and after leading numerous cross-functional projects, in 2010 she became Director of Executive Management Development.
Ms. Frack has over 20 years of experience in financial and leadership development, including experience at NIKE and Kimberly-Clark. She earned a Bachelors degree in Business Administration from Oregon State University.