The Future of Work in Financial Services - Gnowbe

The Future of Work in Financial Services

Join executives, directors, experts to meet change-makers impacting innovation and the future of work and establish partnerships and build business opportunities across the regions.


Date: Thursday, September 12, 2019

Time: 8:00 am to 9:30 am (GMT-4)

Venue: WeWork 53 Beach Street | New York, NY 10013



Discover what’s next for learning and technology

As we are entering the 4th industrial revolution, what will be the jobs of tomorrow? How do we empower our employees today and prepare them for a rapidly changing world? At this year’s breakfast series, the distinguished panel of Learning and Technology executives will discuss the latest tech initiatives and creative disruption in the financial sector to help you equip your employees with the skills required to ensure your organization remains competitive.

Gnowbe invites you to join global thought leaders and experts as they share data-backed insights on the power of HRTech. In this event you will:

  • Learn how to successfully implement digital learning 2.0 to meet the growing learning needs of your organization.
  • Connect with other learning and development leaders and executives who are facing the biggest challenges in the world of workplace learning.

We’ll show you how to get started and grow your business at every step – it’s easier than you think.


8:00 – Guest Registration & Networking Breakfast

8:20 – Welcome by CEO of Gnowbe

8:25 – Introduction by SAP.iO

8:30 – Panel Discussion

9:15 – Q&A

9:30 – Networking & Closing

Meet the panel


Global Learning Leader, Marsh

Dan Mitchell is the Global Learning Leader for Marsh, based in New York City.  Prior to this role Dan was the Marsh Talent, Learning & Diversity Leader for Asia and Pacific, based first in Singapore and later in Taipei, Taiwan.  He is a licensed Personal and Commercial General Insurance Broker through the Singapore College of Insurance, a former management consultant, a former US Marine infantryman, a certified executive coach, an avid triathlete, a bibliophile (of the paper variety) and a lover of all things from Studio Ghibli.

CIO Technology Strategy & aXess, Standard Chartered

Dr. Sebastian Wedeniwski is the CIO Technology Strategy & aXess at Standard Chartered Bank. He joined the Bank in April 2017 and is based in Singapore. In this role, he is instrumental in driving the Bank’s digital and innovation agenda. Sebastian is pioneering foundation services for Open Banking at Prior to joining Standard Chartered, he was an IBM Distinguished Engineer and the Chief Technology Officer for IBM’s global Industrial Sector and started his career at IBM Research & Development Laboratory Germany in 1998. Sebastian is a mathematician and computer scientist by background, he graduated both in Mathematics (Cryptography) and Computing Science (Computational Mathematics) in 1997 and received his Doctorate Degree in Mathematics (Number Theory) from the University of Tübingen in 2001. Sebastian has published multiple books and owns several patents.

CEO of Actionable Analytics Group
Ex-Chief Learning, Talent & Leadership Officer at SAP

Jenny Dearborn is CEO of Actionable Analytics Group, a consultancy advising clients on Human Capital Management strategy and execution. She helps organizations navigate the HR innovation landscape and prepare for the future of work. Recognized among the 50 Most Powerful Women in Technology by the National Diversity Council, Dearborn is a thought leader in corporate culture, global workforce trends, the future workplace and data analytics. Previously a c-suite executive in HCM Sales,
Services and Human Resources at several global technology companies, Jenny has supported organizations in their digital transformation into the future of work. She has also consulted to state and national government leaders in the US and abroad on meeting future workforce challenges.

Chief Learning Officer,  Citi

Cameron started his Citi career in 2003 in Dallas, Texas in the North America Learning & Development Group. In 2006, he went on to lead the Talent and Organization Capability Group for North America Operations and Technology. Throughout the recession, he worked with Citi’s Global HR Reengineering team, focusing on restructuring initiatives in EMEA and Global Learning & Development. In 2010 he moved to New York to lead HR for Citi’s US Retail, Wealth, and Commercial businesses – a post he held until February 2015 when he became the Senior Human Resource Officer for Citi’s Global Commercial Bank. Cameron assumed the role of Citi’s Chief Learning Officer in August 2016.

Chief Energizer, Gnowbe

So-Young Kang is Founder and CEO of Gnowbe, the first mobile 1st learn-by-doing platform that re-teaches how to teach and empowers a new way of learning. She is also the founder of Awaken Group, a multi-disciplinary Transformation Design (TD) firm. She is an author, Huffington Post blogger, TEDx speaker, Harvard Business School grad, former McKinsey consultant and was nominated by the World Economic Forum as a Young Global Leader. So-Young Kang is a highly sought out speaker globally across US, Asia, Europe, Australia, Middle East, and Africa on multiple topics across Transformation Design, Innovation, Leadership, Culture, Strategy, Education/EdTech, and Entrepreneurship. So-Young is a pioneer in the Edtech realm and continues to inspire Educators, C-Suite Executives, Government Officials through her keynotes at European Foundation for Management Development, World Economic Forum Davos, Nigerian Economic Summit. ASU-GSV, Qudwa Teachers’ Forum and Global Skills Forum.





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