Shelia D. Gray
Vice President of Talent Acquisition, Quadient
Panel Session: What COVID Forced Global Companies to Learn, and What Changes Will Stick
During the pandemic, TA leaders were forced to re-think almost everything they knew about recruiting. Now, as we begin to slowly emerge from the other side of the global crisis, many leaders plan to continue forward with optimisations in processes and productivity that were previously unrealised or simply not permitted.
Join Chris Hoyt, President of CareerXroads, as he hosts a panel of four global TA leaders from Australia and the US who now celebrate some of the tough lessons they were forced to learn.
- Cathy Riach, Resourcing Lead (National), BAE Systems Australia
- Rita Newman, Tribe Lead, Joiners & Movers – GM, Recruitment/Resourcing, ANZ Bank
- Shelia Gray, Vice President of Talent Acquisition, Quadient
- Terra Doyle, People and Culture Practices Lead, Recruitment for Americas, Roche
As the Vice-President of Talent Acquisition for Quadient, Shelia Gray is the architect for the organization’s recruitment transformation. She brings a design thinking perspective to Talent Supply Management– re-framing challenges in human-centric ways and ‘thinking outside the box’ to identify solutions and alternative approaches to problem solving. Shelia has more than 25 years of progressive human resources leadership experience at companies such as, GE Appliances, Citrix, AMD, ABB, Sun Microsystems (Oracle)., Liberty Mutual Insurance, and AlliedSignal (Honeywell).
She is a Charter Member of the Association of Talent Acquisition Professionals and a Lifetime Member of the National Association of African Americans in Human Resources. Shelia holds a MBA from Northeastern University, and a BS in Industrial Labor Relations from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She also holds certifications in HR (SPHR & SHRM-SP). Outsourcing (COP) and Contingent Labor (CCWP).