Virtual Roundtable with Chief People Officer at Sonos - Shamayne Braman

- Online Zoom Conference

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Speaker
Shamayne Braman
Chief People Officer at Sonos, Inc

Shamayne is Sonos's Chief Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Officer (CDEIO) after serving as Director of Diversity and Inclusion at Target. In her role, Shamayne is responsible for driving organizational strategies that advance Target’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion priorities and goals across Stores, Global Supply Chain, and Headquarters. In addition, she leads the company’s enterprise DEI learning strategy for over 450,000 team members.

Prior to joining Target, Shamayne served as Director of Diversity and Inclusion at HealthPartners, an integrated health system serving more than 1.5 million members and 1.2 million patients. Her past experience also includes roles in global DEI at Thomson Reuters and driving education equity as a Teach for America corps member.

Shamayne currently serves on the board of AchieveMpls, Penumbra Theater, and the Twin Cities Diversity and Inclusion Roundtable Executive Committee.

An avid runner and New Jersey native, Shamayne holds a bachelor’s degree in English from Princeton University and a master’s degree in education policy and management from Harvard University. Her musical taste is varied but being Guyanese, she is particularly drawn to soca, reggae and calypso, as well as anything Afrobeats.

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Moderator
Peter Hazlehurst
Co-Founder and CEO at Synctera

Peter has been an entrepreneur and product leader for 25+ years.

Peter is Synctera’s CEO and co-founder and has been an advisor, buyer, seller and builder of FinTech and Financial Services throughout his career.

At Uber, Peter created and led the Uber Money team. Composed of a global organization that focused on Payments and Risk that built and operated all of the magical experiences that help spenders pay and earners get paid.

Before Uber he built a couple of startups of his own design including AngelScholars - a philanthropic endeavor to create scholarships for high schoolers, and The Perfect Sip - a wine startup building an experience of wine exploration at home.

Prior to that, Peter was a Senior Director of Product Management at Google, responsible for Google Wallet and consumer payments. At Google he helped launch solutions including Pay By Gmail, Google Wallet NFC and the Google Wallet Card. He was also the CEO and a Board Member of Google Payments Corporation (GPC).

Peter was Chief Product Officer at Yodlee for 8 years (from 2004-2011) a technology and applications platform powering dynamic, cloud-based innovations for digital financial services. Yodlee pioneered much of the modern concepts of FinTech APIs and built consumer facing solutions for the largest banks in the US and around the world. At Yodlee he led the Engineering, Technology, Product Management, Professional Services and Data Operations teams both in the US and in India.

Peter has also led Product at Nokia for Enterprise Mobility and Mobile email, and been CTO at several startups involved in Supply Chain and Online Accounting.
Peter grew up in Australia and moved to the US to do his first startup in 1993, building a core banking system that still runs today. They went public in 1996. Peter has an MBA from the University of Maryland.

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Please join Shamayne Braman, Chief People Officer at Sonos, inc, for an intimate Roundtable

Our digital community will have the opportunity to partake in an intimate and candid discussion with a Q&A session.

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