Hallie BregmanFounder & CEO
The Bregman Group
Hallie is an accomplished talent leader, passionate about culture and innovation. Hallie currently is VP, People at CUUP, a startup focused in the consumer fashion space, specialized in women's intimates. Experienced in high growth technology startups, including Wayfair, Toast, and PTC, she is focused on building inclusive practices and designing novel, data-driven talent strategies. Hallie is recognized as a visionary in crafting full-funnel data solutions and leveraging innovative technology, designed to support company mission and culture via automation, skill-building, and cross-functional partnerships. She is passionate about building exemplary and personalized employee experiences, pushing the boundaries of best practices as a trailblazer.
Hallie is a thought leader in the talent space, as featured in HR Tech, HR Leaders Live, RedThread Research, Modern People Leaders, Hacking HR, and via various conferences, industry-leading podcasts, and academic institutions (Columbia, Stanford, MIT). Prior to establishing herself in the talent space, Hallie held roles in Data Science, Marketing, and Product, where she developed a comprehensive understanding on technology, brand positioning, and product development. Her experiences across the business give Hallie holistic perspective and elevate her contributions as a talent leader and advisor. Hallie advises several startups on their HR Tech growth journey, and is the owner and CEO of The Bregman Group, LLC.
Hallie Bregman’s Session(s):
2:10 p.m.–3:00 p.m. PT —
It’s no secret that TA teams who prioritize diversity and inclusion will find more quality candidates, and those candidates can turn into new hires. Metrics help employers committed to diversity and inclusion stay on track by encouraging the identification and management of bias. Without clear measures to track diversity and inclusion efforts and outcomes, limits the ROI on those initiatives.
This panel discussion will address:
Steps to build meaningful D&I analytics
Using metrics to prioritize initiatives, set targets and assign accountability
Identify challenges global companies face with diversity tracking