They’re sitting in an office near you…a new generation of workers
From Baby Boomers to Generation Z, the workplace environment has changed in many ways. While much has been written on the differences between Millennials and Baby Boomers, it’s still unclear to many how this diversity can play to your advantage in the workplace.
Join the ATLeaders Young Professionals Council of the Metro Atlanta Chamber on June 15th to hear from four different generations on how each is impacting the workplace daily and why we need them all. Register here!
Win the generation game with a multigenerational team.
Vikki Millender-Morrow, CEO, National Black Arts Festival
A dynamic, multi-dimensional leader with a background in Non-Profit and For-Profit Leadership, and with highly developed skill sets that strengthen organizations, develop leaders and create sustainability.
Marti Wolf, Chief Culture Officer, MailChimp
Marti Wolf is MailChimp’s chief culture officer and former director of human resources. She oversees all of the company’s HR, recruiting, and education teams. Before joining MailChimp in 2012, she was a self-employed HR consultant, HR manager at EzGov, and Account Executive at Paychex. Marti has a degree in social work from Texas Christian University. She lives in Atlanta with her husband, two daughters, a dog, and a bunny.
Ben Warshaw, Senior Analyst, Cox Automotive
An avid traveler, data nerd, car enthusiast, LGBTQ rights activist, tech geek, foodie, and fan of (almost) all things ATL, I love finding new adventures and challenges to keep life interesting! My background and passion is in growth management with experience spanning startups, corporations, and non-profit organizations of all stages.
Rostam Zafari, CEO, Mystro
I’m a college student turned high school teacher with a passion for education, entrepreneurship, and poetry. As the founder and CEO of a fully-backed learning platform called Mystro, I’m combining the best of technology and people to create the most personalized and accessible tutoring experience ever. Previously, I worked with a team to create a more effective strip test for Ebola Virus Disease (EVD), which is currently patent pending. For my work, I won the 2015 Cyrus Prize, was invited to the White House by Michelle Obama, spoke at conferences like Confluence and TEDxKish, interned with innovative companies like the Hyperloop, and was recognized as one of the top 25 college entrepreneurs in the United States by Entrepreneur’s Organization (EO).