Bridie is a business transformation HR Executive operating in both senior consulting and CHRO roles with a 30-year track record of revitalizing companies to accelerate profitability and growth. Her expertise lies at the intersection of digital and talent that drives improved business outcomes, aligns organization culture to strategy and brings organizations into the digital age. Clients worldwide engage Bridie to increase the effectiveness of their people capabilities by creating differentiated talent strategies, strengthening their strategic HR capability and transforming global operating models leveraging innovative Technology and improving service delivery. Bridie is a frequent speaker globally on the changing nature of work and building talent capabilities to achieve superior performance. She has published papers and written articles on the professionalization of HR and the role of the CHRO and is a guest lecturer at ILR School at Cornell University and Sheldon B. Lubar School of Business at the University of Wisconsin. Bridie has a MA in Management, MSc in Strategic Personnel & Development, M.Ed. in Corporate Education. Bridie is currently completing her doctoral dissertation on how companies are adapting for the digital age at the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education co-designed and developed with the Wharton Business School. Bridie recently served on the board of the Milwaukee Public Museum and was Chair of the Human Resources Committee. She also volunteers for medical missions with One World Surgery at the NPH International orphanage in Honduras.