Debra YarnallSenior Recruiting Manager
Amazon Web Services
Debra is currently the Sr. Recruitment Program Manager of a centralized lead generation team at Amazon Web Services. She has 20+ years of recruitment and sourcing transformation & technology experience and 15 yrs. managing and directing global sourcing teams on 4 continents. Yarnall is an industry leader in candidate generation, advanced sourcing techniques, recruitment automation software, talent nurturing and training/development. She has industry experience supporting media/entertainment, healthcare, pharmaceutical, agricultural, consulting services, technology, insurance, manufacturing and business services. She has also spoken at numerous sourcing/recruiting conferences including HRTX, ERE/Sourcecon, HireConf, TA Week and has been featured on Women in TA & Y’all Hiring podcasts. When she’s not at work, you can find her volunteering her time leading “The Outsiders” 4H Club.
Debra Yarnall’s Session(s):
9:50 a.m.–10:25 a.m. PST —
How intentional is your organization when it comes to diversity hiring? Debra will take you on a transformation journey and share how her organization made a conscious effort to bridge the gap between diversity events and hires AND how important it is to track and measure your diversity outreach efforts.
2:10 p.m.–3:00 p.m. PST —
As hiring needs shift post-pandemic, some pre-pandemic hiring challenges have been exacerbated while new challenges have dominated, resulting in total disruption. From hiring volatility, introduction of new processes / tech to hiring agility - in the midst of an upheaval, it's clear we have to throw out some of our old ways of thinking about sourcing talent. Join us for this chat to discuss what works and doesn't work in 2022.
2:10 p.m.–3:00 p.m. PT —
It is pretty clear that remote working is now a permanent fixture in the working life of many people. Join us for this engaging panel discussion with global TA leaders to discuss how far employers are tapping into global talent pools and identify current challenges and opportunities.