Founder and CEO, Interos Inc
Jennifer Bisceglie is the founder and CEO of Interos, the dynamic supply chain risk management and operational resilience company.
Under Jennifer’s leadership, Interos, a ‘unicorn’ startup with a $1B+ valuation, has emerged as a major player in the emerging operational resilience space, empowering clients such as the U.S. Department of Defense, NASA, and a host of Fortune 500 companies with the tools and counsel needed to detect and respond to crises before they happen. Jennifer and Interos have disrupted the traditional supply chain risk management discipline, bringing 24x7 real-time visibility into every supplier at every tier and at every location around the world.
A highly sought-after global supply chain architect and strategist with over 25 years of industry experience, Jennifer regularly appears in Business Insider, Bloomberg, Financial Times, CNBC, Sky News, the Wall Street Journal, and other outlets. Jennifer has also been called on to share her expertise with numerous congressional committees, including the Congressional Cybersecurity Caucus, the Homeland Security Governmental Affairs Committee, and the U.S.– China Economic Security Review Commission.
As a woman business owner, Jennifer is also a long-time advocate for empowering other female entrepreneurs, working on behalf of organizations including Women Impacting Public Policy (WIPP), where she served as a chairperson from 2010 through 2016. Jennifer was also previously selected as the U.S. delegate to the Women’s 20, an engagement group to the G20 focused on addressing gender inequality.
Chief Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Officer, UnitedHealth Group
Joy Fitzgerald is the Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer for UnitedHealth Group. She leads the enterprise’s global diversity, equity and inclusion strategy that enables an innovative culture and leverages the collective power of the company’s 340,000 employees to help people live healthier lives and make the health system work better for everyone. In her role, she advances strategic priorities that attract, develop and grow world-class talent across the enterprise and ensure key practices are integrated into every facet of the business to advance equity throughout the company. She also serves as a key partner and strategic advisor to the enterprise’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Councils. Joy is a highly respected and experienced Human Capital leader with more than 20 years of experience building best-in-class strategies that enable for-profit and non-profit organizations to foster stronger, more diverse and inclusive cultures. She is a sought-after speaker and thought leader and has presented keynote speeches and workshops in more than 20 countries. She was also named to the inaugural list of “Elite 100 Black Women Executives” by Diversity Woman Magazine, recognized on the list of “Most Powerful Black Women in Corporate Diversity” by Black Enterprise and by the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association as a “Rising Star.”
Executive Director, UC Berkeley Human Rights Center
Alexa Koenig, JD, PhD, is executive director of UC Berkeley’s Human Rights Center (winner of the 2015 MacArthur Award for Creative and Effective Institutions) and a lecturer at UC Berkeley’s School of Law and School of Journalism. She is also co-founder of UC Berkeley’s Investigations Lab, which has pioneered the use of social media and other online information to strengthen legal investigations and investigative reporting, and she has trained hundreds of war crimes investigators and journalists around the world in these methods. Alexa directed development of the Berkeley Protocol, which was released in December 2020 in partnership with the United Nations Human Rights Office to set international standards for online open source investigations. Alexa has been honored with the United Nations Association-SF’s Global Human Rights Award, UC Berkeley’s Mark Bingham Award for Excellence, and as a 2020 Woman Inspiring Change by Harvard Law School. Her most recent books include Hiding in Plain Sight (UC Press 2016), Digital Witness (Oxford University Press 2020), and Graphic: Trauma and Meaning in Our Online Lives (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2023).
Human Rights Center @ Berkley