Michelle Randall-BerrySenior Director, Talent Acquisition
Michelle Randall-Berry leads IGT Global Talent Acquisition (GTA) where she is responsible for the design and execution of global Talent Acquisition strategy. GTA is committed to fostering consistent and equitable hiring practices reflecting IGT’s commitment to diversity and inclusion.
Michelle is a data driven leader and GTA uses data to measure the global team’s performance, candidate and hiring manager experience and uses talent insights to see how IGT compares against competitors. She is passionate about creating new ways to attract talent to support the evolving needs of the business.
Michelle joined IGT in 2019 from global specialty chemicals and performance materials Cabot Corporation, where she served as the Global Head of Talent Acquisition.
Prior to Cabot, she was Head of Global Executive Recruiting for Iron Mountain, a $3+ Billion global storage and information management services company. She also spent 9 years at Fidelity Investments serving as the Director of Global Talent Acquisition Program Management for the Asset Management business.
Michelle serves on the Alumni Board of Directors for Anna Maria College. She is a leadership coach with Braven, an organization that empowers promising, underrepresented young people to transition from college to strong first jobs. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Social Work from Anna Maria College, a Master of Science in Management from Lesley University, and is a graduate of Yale School of Management’s Fostering Diversity and Inclusion Program.
Michelle Randall-Berry’s Session(s):
1:30 p.m. —
The best decisions are made by relying on both data and intuition. Gaining buy-in for talent acquisition business initiatives requires ethos (creditability), pathos (emotions) and logos (logic). Using a data approach appeals to logic, which is essential. In this session, panelists will share their perspectives on how to ensure strategic talent acquisition decision making.