Date: Friday, February 25, 2022
Time: 8:00 - 11:30 a.m.
Location: Fiorella's Event Center 

2020 Keynote


Risha Grant
Founder & CEO, Risha Grant LLC
Topic: Permission Granted | Building an Inclusive Culture

Motivated by her passion to correct societal isms like racism, sexism, classism and plain old stupidism, it is Risha’s personal mission to expose the value of Diversity & Inclusion while shining a light on the economic impact it creates. From her race, gender and lifestyle choices, to growing a small business and tackling economic issues, every area of her life intersects diversity.

Founder & CEO of Risha Grant LLC, an award-winning diversity consulting and communications firm, as well as an edgy, educational and motivational speaker, author Risha Grant is an internationally renowned diversity, inclusion and bias expert. She covers these topics as NBC KJRH TV News 2 for You community correspondent and host of the JustUs series, through her Tulsa World column, Risha Talks, as a columnist for Black Enterprise Magazine and in her book, That’s BS! How Bias Synapse Disrupts Inclusive Cultures.

Featured in Forbes, The Financial Times, Off Script, Bloomberg Media, Black Enterprise, Radioactive Radio, Take the Lead Radio and WURD Radio among other podcasts, local and national media. Risha has also been awarded numerous honors such as being named a 2019 Top 100 HR Influencer by Engagedly, a 2018 Inclusive Leadership Award Winner and Entrepreneur of the Year in 2017.

Through her interactive keynotes and deep-dive training sessions, Risha teaches and empowers attendees with D&I tools to increase their bottom line and permission to get rid of their BS.

Full Lineup

Kelly Reed, Ph.D.
Managing Director, Talent & Culture, Lockton
Topic: 2020 Talent + Culture Trends LIVE

Stefan Mumaw
Creative Director, First Person
Topic: Creative Boot Camp

Nathan Mondragon, Ph.D.
Chief IO Psychologist, HireVue
Topic: People vs. Machine or People + Machine

Andy Rieger
J. Rieger & Co.
Topic: Building a Legacy Team

Kelly Reed | Lockton

Kelly Reed, Ph.D.
Managing Director of Talent & Culture at Lockton
Topic: 2020 Talent + Culture Trends LIVE

Kelly leads the Talent and Culture service line at Lockton. This practice helps organizations worldwide improve their talent, culture and business outcomes using people data and work science. She also leads the People X Institute at Lockton, which focuses on advancing workplace practices at the community level by fostering mutual learning and growth among HR and business leaders. Prior to joining Lockton, Kelly spent more than a decade with a boutique management consulting firm in a variety of roles, ultimately as vice president and market leader.

Kelly serves in various leadership roles for charitable organizations and industry associations in the community. She also presents at conferences and events nationwide on topics related to talent, culture and organization effectiveness.

Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with her husband and two daughters and seeing as much of the world as possible through travel.

Kelly is a licensed psychologist in Missouri.

Stefan Mumaw | First Person

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Stefan Mumaw
Creative Director, First Person
Topic: Creative Boot Camp | Generate Ideas in Greater Quantity and Quality

Stefan Mumaw is Creative Director at First Person, a digital agency headquartered in San Francisco. Previously, he peddled his wares as Creative Director for Hint, Callahan Creek, The Brainyard and REIGN. He's led creative efforts on brands large and small, including Roland, Pioneer, Coca-Cola, Sony, Hurley, Tyson, Cisco, Elanco, Chevrolet, and Hallmark.

He has authored six books, the most recent being Creative Boot Camp: Generate Ideas in Greater Quantity & Quality In 30 Days. Previously, he authored Chasing the Monster Idea, co-authored Caffeine for the Creative Team and Caffeine for the Creative Mind with Wendy Lee Oldfield, and penned Redesigning Websites, and Simple Websites.

Stefan has been a regular speaker at creative industry gatherings and corporate events over the years, writes frequently for a variety of creative industry rags like HOW and PRINT Magazine, is a 6-time author, won numerous industry awards and been known to embarrass himself and those around him if given the opportunity.

Stefan calls sunny southern California home, along with his beautiful wife, Niqua, and his designer-in-training daughter, Caitlyn.

Nathan Mondragon | HireVue

Mondragon-bw-TKC-Camp-20-SpeakerNathan Mondragon, Ph.D.
Chief IO Psychologist, HireVue
Topic: People vs. Machine or People + Machine

Dr. Nathan Mondragon is responsible for building, researching, and maintaining the AI-driven assessment product. In this role the IO Psychology team at HireVue work side-by-side with the Data Science team to create and deliver AI-based video and game assessments. Nathan has over 25 years of extensive experience in the HCM space and is a recognized expert in the blending of IO Psychology tools with technology to deliver seamless integrated recruitment, hiring, and development solutions. In 1996, Nathan helped lead the creation and delivery of the first ever online selection assessment, in 2004 built from the ground up the first integrated assessment solution within an enterprise-wide ATS (Taleo), and in 2015 as part of HireVue began work to deliver an industry leading AI-driven pre-hire assessment solution. He has over 50 manuscripts, presentations, and workshops on IO Psychology and technology solutions, has been quoted or featured in over 30 popular press articles, and has been interviewed on NPR, BBC, WSJ, Bloomberg and many others about the future of Recruiting and Assessment. He has held leadership positions with Aon, SHL, DDI, Dell, Taleo, and Oracle. Nathan received his Ph.D. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from Colorado State University.

Andy Rieger | J. Rieger & Co.

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Topic: Building a Legacy Team

A Kansas City native, Andy resurrected Jacob Rieger & Company distillery in 2014 with Ryan Maybee. Founded in 1887 by his great-great-great-grandfather, Jacob Rieger, the original distillery closed during Prohibition. A graduate of Southern Methodist University with a double major in Mathematics and Finance, Andy is a recovering private equity analyst and investment banker. His executive experience combined with a passion for manufacturing and brand-building have fueled his transition to management and operations at the distillery. Named both a “Next Gen Leader” and “Kansas City’s Power 100” by the KC Business Journal, Andy is the lead force behind the growth of the J. Rieger & Co. brand and the revival of Kansas City’s historic Electric Park neighborhood.
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