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Seattle: May 2018 Meeting

May 22, 2018

11:30 AM - 1:00 PM


Event Contact

Emily Curcio
206-674-3033

Location

Moss Adams | Wells Fargo Center
999 3rd Ave. 15th Floor
Seattle, WA 98104
 
Pay Equity and Equity Pay

Event Details

Registration:
http://events.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=xn6jfhmab&oeidk=a07efcaxmfpae9ce71e

Presenters:

  • Emily Cervino, CEP | Vice President | Fidelity Stock Plan Services
  • Cameron Davis | Data Scientist | Radford an Aon Company

Description:

Eliminating pay inequities based on gender is a critical compensation challenge of our time. Coupled with the front page gender issues news, it is surprising how little data and research on gender differences exists within the relatively narrow confines of incentive and equity compensation. It's no wonder plan sponsors often don't even know how to begin to understand gender concerns with their equity practices. To help plan sponsors better grasp the multitude of issues with gender and equity compensation, Fidelity Stock Plan Services conducted extensive research to not only understand what differences can be observed in grant practices, but also the behavioral variances between genders and the perception gaps with respect to equity compensation. With equity compensation representing a meaningful component of overall compensation for many employees, it is time to start understanding how male and female participants are different with respect to their receipt, behavior, and perceptions.


Speaker Information

Emily Cervino, CEP | Vice President | Fidelity Stock Plan Services

Working in varied roles in the equity compensation industry since 1996, 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, a member of GEO's Partner Alliance Council, the CEPI Advisory Board, and the NASPP Executive Advisory Council. She is past president of the Silicon Valley Chapter of the NASPP and a 2015 recipient of the NASPP's Individual Achievement Award.

Emily is a Certified Equity Professional (CEP) and she holds Series 7 and 63 securities registrations.

Cameron Davis | Data Scientist | Radford an Aon Company

Cameron works on the Workforce Analytics team at Radford consulting clients in the Tech and Life Sciences industries. He focuses primarily on client engagements involving pay equity, strategic workforce planning, title analysis, and predictive (scenario) modeling. In addition to client work, Cameron is involved in a variety of internal facing analytics projects from job matching automation to data visualization. In his previous role as an evaluator for the Fortune 100 "Great Places to Work" list, he performed several quantitative and qualitative analyses on trust and company culture with the goal of objectively rating companies to later be ranked. Cameron holds a M.S. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from San Jose University.


Fee Structure

Members: FREE

Lunch will be sponsored for NASPP members by Fidelity Stock Plan Services.

Non-Members:

Meeting fee is $25.

Payments can be made via PayPal under account seattle@naspp.com.

We can accept checks at the meeting made payable to "Seattle Chapter of NASPP."

 

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