Registration: 11:45am - 12:15pm
Presentation: 12:15pm - 1:15pm
Lunch will be sponsored for NASPP members by Fidelity.
Meeting fee is $25.
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Looking Deeper into the Minds of Participants and Connecting the Dots From Equity to Financial Wellness
To better understand participants’ attitudes and perceptions about their company stock plan, Fidelity surveyed participants around the world on loyalty, motivation, comprehension and other perceptions with regard to their equity programs. Join Emily Cervino, CEP, as she plunges into the inner psyche of participants to share how equity compensation impacts them. You'll learn about participant satisfaction and the drivers that can impact it, while diving into participant knowledge and top priorities. The session will also address how the growing Millennial population differs from other generations in the workforce. And, Emily will discuss how companies can incorporate equity compensation into overall financial wellness initiative. Together, these findings can help you make your equity programs more effective for your company and your participants.
Emily Cervino, CEP, Vice President, Fidelity Stock Plan Services
Working in varied roles in the equity compensation industry since 1998, Emily has a unique appreciation for the opportunities and challenges of equity compensation. At Fidelity Stock Plan Services, Emily focuses on strategic marketing initiatives, thought leadership, and building Fidelity’s strong industry presence.
In her former role as executive director of the Certified Equity Professional Institute (CEPI) at SCU, Emily was involved in all aspects of certification, research, and program marketing. In previous roles, Emily managed all of the equity compensation programs at National Semiconductor and held various roles at E*TRADE/ShareData.
Emily is a frequent speaker at equity compensation events, on the Advisory Board for the CEPI and NASPP, past president of the Silicon Valley Chapter of the NASPP, a member of NASPP, GEO, and NCEO, and a 2015 recipient of the NASPP's Individual Achievement Award. Emily is a Certified Equity Professional (CEP) and holds both Series 7 and 63 securities registrations.