In this episode of Reimagining Company Culture, we’re chatting with Glenn Newman, Head of Talent and Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, & Belonging at UserTesting. Glenn truly enjoys developing inclusive programs that are focused on removing bias and fostering equity throughout the talent life cycle. Leading with honesty and authenticity helps him be an effective, trusted adviser, thought partner, and friend.
About the guest
Glenn Newman is currently the Head of Inclusion, Diversity, Equity & Belonging at UserTesting. In his current role, he is responsible for setting the overall IDEB strategy, leading diversity talent acquisition, and partnering with the business to build a more inclusive and diverse culture with an emphasis on equity and belonging. Glenn has 8+ years of Diversity & Inclusion, Recruiting, and Talent Management experience, has held roles at several tech and professional services companies, and began his career as a Communication & Change Management Analyst. Glenn truly enjoys developing inclusive programs that are focused on removing bias and fostering equity throughout the talent life cycle. Leading with honesty and authenticity helps him be an effective, trusted adviser, thought partner and friend. He often thinks big, coming up with innovative ideas to attract, retain and develop diverse talent. He has high expectations of self and others and truly believes he can boil the ocean. The day he stops believing that is the day he plans to retire. Glenn has completed Master's level coursework in I-O Psychology from the University of Georgia and received his Bachelor of Business Administration with an Econ double major from Emory University.
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