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Why Authenticity Is Key To Elevate Your Career

Amplifying Black Excellence

Join LaFawn Davis, Senior Vice President of Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) at Indeed as she sits down with Power To Fly's Global Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Sienna Brown, as they unpack and discuss how to elevate your identity in corporate spaces, why authenticity is necessary for career growth and tools to foster psychological safety in the workplace. In our first keynote of 2022, attendees will listen, learn, and gain insight into what exactly it means to show up as our authentic selves, how to have the courage to do so, and how we can encourage those around us to show up as their authentic selves, too.

LaFawn Davis

Sanmaya Mohanty

LaFawn Davis is Senior Vice President of Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) at Indeed. She leads teams that focus on Sustainability, Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging, Accessibility, Social Impact, Inclusive Hiring Products and AI Ethics. The focus of Indeed’s ESG commitments are to close the opportunity gap, break down bias and barriers, and conserve the environment.

She is a globally-recognized operator with 20 years of experience serving in leadership roles at innovative Fortune 50, 100 and unicorn technology companies like Google, Yahoo, PayPal and Twilio. Leveraging this experience, she brings deep expertise for transforming companies through driving results, creating a culture of psychological safety and belonging, and building high-performing teams.

LaFawn is an advisor, speaker at events worldwide and a frequent contributor to articles as seen in Fast Company, Forbes, TIME, Variety, Wall Street Journal and Washington Post. She was recently named one of Entrepreneur Magazine’s 100 Women of Impact, which is an annual celebration of the women leading today’s most influential, innovative companies, and changing lives while they’re at it. For two years in a row, she was named one of Fast Company’s Queer50, a ranking of the most influential and innovative queer women and nonbinary people transforming the world of business, tech, and beyond. The San Francisco Business Times also recognized her as one of the Most Influential Women in Business. She serves as an Advisory Board Member of Lesbians Who Tech and Power to Fly. LaFawn is also a Limited Partner in Operator Collective, an Angel Investor and a Fellow of the Black Venture Institute.

Sienna J. Brown

Sanmaya Mohanty

Sienna Brown is the Global Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at PowerToFly, where she crafts a strong DEI vision for the company and leads a team of changemakers towards achieving it.

Her focus is on long-term impact and innovation with inclusive companies that elevate underrepresented talent so everyone can thrive. Based in Spain, she brings a global perspective to DEI work and pushes companies to think inclusively about all of their employees. She prioritizes awareness, action and accountability to spark change and have meaningful impact.

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