Dana AthertonVP Talent Acquisition
Ms. Atherton is a global human resources executive leader and strategic talent business partner with experience in the high-tech, marketing, retail, and healthcare industries with a passion for connecting people and hiring top talent. She has a successful track record of driving cost-effective, innovative sourcing and recruitment strategies aligned with business needs in highly competitive environments. Respected as a results-oriented, high energy, inclusive leader with deep experience building and leading diverse, collaborative and high-performing global professional recruiting teams operating in fast paced, complex, changing environments.
As the Global Head of Talent Acquisition at Jamf, Dana is a strategic business partner and talent advisor to senior leadership. Dana is responsible for leading a global recruiting team and creating and executing talent strategies to address gaps and aligning needs with business objectives.
Combining an astute understanding of global recruitment with a deep understanding of the business and the external talent marketplace, Dana takes a high-touch, consultative approach to partner with senior leadership to translate business plans into clear business-focused talent strategies.
Dana graduated from University of California, Irvine, with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. She is a member of the National Human Resources Association (NHRA), OC HR Executive and Leadership Roundtable, and Irvine Professional Woman for Good.
4:10 p.m.–4:50 p.m. Pacific —
Diversifying your pipeline isn’t an easy task. Join us for this engaging panel discussion with leading talent sourcers to learn how to turn goals into action with key milestones for your diversity sourcing strategy. Panelists will discuss looking beyond LinkedIn to get creative with your diversity sourcing strategy using traditional and non-traditional recruiting platforms to serve underrepresented communities. They’ll dive into engagement and messaging best practices to help you learn how to bring a human approach to the daunting task of sourcing for diversity.