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Where Do You Belong?

Whats Working, What’s Needed

Diversity isn’t just about lumping a bunch of people together and ticking a box; it also means creating an environment where everyone feels like they belong. And judging from The Great Resignation, there are lots of professionals who weren’t feeling that at work. Join Shanelle Reese, Chief People Officer at PresenceLearning, as she talks about what it really means to build relationships of trust in the workplace, and how mental health support plays a key role in allowing people to be their authentic selves at work.

Shanelle Reese

Bridget Finkeldey

Shanelle carries a wide spectrum of experience bringing cross-industry experience and leveraging her functional expertise and deep understanding of operational and financial challenges start-ups to enterprise companies face achieving long-term profitability and stability. Prior to PresenceLearning, she led HR Operations at Amerit Fleet Solutions. Shanelle is passionate about advocating for children with special needs having advocated for her son who currently has an active IEP. Shanelle holds a B.A. in Sociology and an M.S. in Human Resource Management.

Kate Eberle Walker

Sanmaya Mohanty

Kate Eberle Walker is CEO of PresenceLearning, the leading provider of special education teletherapy services and software. PresenceLearning connects speech language pathologists, occupational therapists, and behavior and mental health specialists to hundreds of schools and districts nationwide. Its growing network of 2000+ clinicians have delivered more than 3.5 million teletherapy sessions to K-12 students. The company is backed by Spectrum Equity, TPG’s Rise Fund and Bain Capital Double Impact. She is the author of the book The Good Boss: 9 Ways Every Manager Can Support Women at Work. She serves on the boards of Babbel, Prospect Schools, Testing Mom and mentors several edtech entrepreneurs. Kate previously served as CEO of The Princeton Review and She is a working mom, and lives, works and writes in Brooklyn

Hunter Canning

Bridget Finkeldey

Hunter Canning is a New York based actor, puppeteer, producer and photographer. A conscience citizen of the world, his ethos is bringing people together through all the facets of his life. Be it producing live performance downtown, creating corporate recruitment content or photographing portraiture, red carpets and live events; Hunter has a passion for bringing people together to foster growth, kindness and a true understanding of each other.

Raised in the outer canyons of Los Angeles, Hunter has been a professional actor in New York for the past decade. Notable credits include Broadway’s War Horse (Lincoln Center), Blue Bloods (CBS), The Baker & The Beauty (ABC) and Ray Donovan (Showtime). A career that has seen dizzying heights, all the while remaining with his two feet on the ground.

It is with great pleasure that Hunter joins the Power To Fly community to host and mediate its forums. He looks forward to meeting you all and connecting you with the amazing team of professionals they have brought together.

Find Hunter at or and on Instagram and LinkedIn @huntercanning

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