Executive Chat on COVID-19
A Conversation with Deloitte, Graham Holdings, LiveSafe and POLITICO
At the beginning of this pandemic, while our own office was adjusting to the new normal, BID President Mary-Claire Burick hosted a conversation, on Zoom, with leading female executives on how their own companies were adapting. Taking the office home involves more than just an internet connection. How do you keep your employees engaged in their work? And, while they're physically apart, how do you make sure that employees feel like their still part of their office community? We've posted their conversation into videos linked below, and hope you find some inspiration in them!
Zoom chat was filmed on March 20, 2020. The participants have established offices in Rosslyn and span several fields. Across their industries, these leading ladies provided a glance into how their companies were taking their office online.
Tamika Tremaglio, Managing Principal for Deloitte. Tamika is the Greater Washington managing principal and is responsible for overseeing more than 10,000 audit, tax, advisory, and consulting professionals in the region. She helps to drive client and business growth and further enhance Deloitte’s strategic positioning in the Greater Washington market.
Pinkie Mayfield, VP for Corporate Affairs & Chief Communications Officer for Graham Holdings. Pinkie Dent Mayfield is responsible for oversight of public relations, communications, corporate affairs and investor relations. She has been honored with the Washington Business Journal’s Women Who Mean Business Award (2013).
Carolyn Parent, CEO & President for LiveSafe. Carolyn Parent has spent over 20 years in the digital, mobile, and technology industries as an entrepreneur and sales leader. As CEO and President of LiveSafe, Carolyn is responsible for guiding the strategic direction of the mobile safety and communications company while aligning resources to rapidly expand into the commercial and university markets.
Traci Schewikert, VP of HR for POLITICO. Traci has a proven record of optimizing organizational development for industry-leading companies such as NPR, LexisNexis and McKesson Corporation. She is particularly passionate about leveraging communication and culture to create opportunities where talent is a strategic advantage, employees are valued, and people truly make a difference.