June 16

Executive Leadership Honor Roll Recipient Virtual Panel

This is a panel discussion on career stories about the path to executive leadership from the OnBoard 2020 Executive Leadership Honor Roll award recipients.  The honor is awarded annually to 3 Georgia based women leaders to highlight OnBoard’s mission to increase the number of women in executive leadership.  An honor roll honoree is a Georgia based woman in a significant leadership role within her organization.  She is a role model of career achievement and is building the credentials that place her in the pipeline, either now or in the future, for corporate board membership.

The 2020 honorees are:

Moderator Ceree Eberly, Board Director, Retired SVP, Chief People Officer, The Coca-Cola Company

Kali Wilson Beyah, Managing Director – Global Talent Management, Delta Air Lines, Inc.

Jill Campbell, Executive Vice President, Chief People & Operations Officer, Cox Enterprises

Dr. Maureen Schumacher, Marketing Executive, Global Payments, Inc.

When: Tuesday, June 16, 2020

8:00 – 9:00am | Virtual Panel Discussion


Virtual Event Instructions:  You will receive an email at least 2 days prior to the event with the link to access the video platform.

Registration:  Members and Advocates no fee yet RSVP required — Non-members $20

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March 17

RESCHEDULING Women of Color on Corporate Boards: How Do We Move the Needle?

Rescheduling March 17 Luncheon tentatively for September or October

We at OnBoard have been monitoring the news on the coronavirus impact and have determined that we need to heed the clear advice from C.D.C. and infectious disease experts to limit gatherings of more than ten people.  So we will reschedule this event with our speakers Maria Saporta and Shirley Franklin for July or later, if at all possible.  We will provide you the reschedule information as soon as we can work out the details.  Thank you for your support and understanding. 

Fireside Chat with Shirley Franklin interviewed by Maria Saporta

Progress is being made on increasing the number of women on corporate boards.  In Georgia over 17% of board members are women driven by the fact that 35% of open seats were filled with women in the past year.  But women of color in Georgia occupy only 3.4% of total board seats … almost on par with the S&P 500 at 3.5% but both Georgia and the S&P 500 are woefully low, especially when you consider that women of color are almost 20% of the U.S. population.  What needs to happen to accelerate progress?  Shirley Franklin and Maria Saporta are going to give us their perspectives.

Shirley Franklin is the Fmr. Mayor of Atlanta and executive chairman of the Board of Directors of Purpose Built Communities.  She currently serves on the Board of Directors of Mueller Water Products, is chairman of the board of the Center for Civil and Human Rights and serves on the board of the Volcker Alliance and the CDC Foundation.  Shirley is a former member of the Delta Air Lines Inc. Board of Directors.

Maria Saporta, the editor of the SaportaReport, is a longtime Atlanta business, civic and urban affairs journalist with a deep knowledge of our city, our region and state.  Since 2008, she has written a weekly column and news stories for the Atlanta Business Chronicle.

Tuesday, March 17, 2020
11:15 am – 1:00 pm | Networking, Lunch, and Program

103 West
103 West Paces Ferry Rd., NW, Atlanta, GA 30305

Event Paid-in-Advance RSVP Required via Registration Link
OnBoard Members – $55
Non-Members – $80
(All special dietary needs must be submitted prior to the event.  Examples include: no red meat, paleo, vegan, gluten free, vegetarian.)