2021 Tampa Bay Women in Leadership Symposium
March 24, 2021
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM (ET)
Women In Leadership
As Moffitt Cancer Center’s Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer, Mariana Bugallo-Muros oversees a diverse workforce of more than 7,200 team members on Moffitt’s four campuses. She is responsible for leading all facets of Moffitt’s human capital, including: compensation and benefits, employee and labor relations, performance management, talent acquisition and management, and organizational and leadership development, all of which enable Moffitt to recruit, train, develop, reward and retain a high performing and motivated workforce. She was also recently named as a 2018 Tampa Bay Business Journal People First honoree, representing excellence in HR. Prior to joining Moffitt, Bugallo-Muros spent 18 years in corporate human resources leadership position with Partners HealthCare in Boston, a $15 billion academic integrated delivery system with over 60,000 employees at locations including Massachusetts General Hospital, Brigham and Women’s Hospital and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. As a Partners vice president, Bugallo-Muros drove efforts to bind that organization’s culture and raise its performance, as well as leading innovative talent acquisition initiatives. Bugallo-Muros holds a bachelor’s degree in Business from Emmanuel College in Boston and a Master of Science degree in Management from Lesley University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Since 2005, Moffitt has earned “Best Place to Work” honors from numerous publications, including Becker’s Hospital Review, Computerworld, Florida Trend, Tampa Bay Times, Science magazine, Working Mother magazine and WorkplaceDynamics. It was also ranked among DiversityInc’s Top 10 Hospitals and Healthcare Organizations for fostering diversity and inclusion, based upon a rigorous, data-driven survey gauging detailed demographics based on race/ethnicity and gender at some of the largest U.S. employers.
Sheilina Henry has served as Group Vice President of Diversity & Inclusion for Bloomin’ Brands since July 2020. She is responsible for leading the Bloomin’ Brands company journey toward furthering equality and inclusion, especially in the areas of leadership, talent, training, and education. Sheilina has over 20 years of experience in the restaurant industry. She joined Bloomin’ Brands in 2012 as an Outback Steakhouse Joint Venture Partner in the Chicago and Wisconsin markets, relocating to the Restaurant Support Center in Tampa in 2014 to lead several large-scale projects across multiple concepts. In 2016, she returned to the Outback Steakhouse team as Vice President, Training & Development, leading a team focused on providing each restaurant the tools and resources necessary to deliver memorable dining experiences. She was promoted to Regional Vice President for Outback Steakhouse in 2019. Prior to Bloomin’ Brands, Sheilina was at Yum! Brands for 12 years and held various positions within the regional operations and training areas. Sheilina holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from The Ohio State University and an MBA from DePaul University’s Kellstadt Graduate School of Business, concentrating on International Business and Marketing Strategy and Planning. She serves on the Board of Directors for Ladies of Virtue, a transformative mentoring and leadership experience for girls, ages 9 to 18, living in underserved communities in her hometown of Chicago, IL, and is a member of the Women’s Foodservice Forum. Sheilina and her husband, Cordell are parents to four daughters, Sloane (2 months), Scarlet (2 years), Sana’a (16 years), Deja (18 years).
Sali recently was Principal Security Advisor who sits in corporate and non-profit boards provides expert counsel governments in fragile economies and emerging markets. Success demonstrated in sectors ranging of Health & human services, Media & Entertainment, Industrial, Oil & Gas, and ICT. Led GRC digital transformation initiatives as a Chief Information Security Officer for Time Customer Services. Previously, Risk Officer for $110 billion Saudi Aramco, and held a Sr. VP. Of leading Security for Global Audit in General Electric (GE). With a career start in law enforcement and built security programs for 5 years in US. Government federal agencies. Sali has more than 22 years of experience in risk and security in the following competencies: Block Chain | Internet of Things (IoT) | Enterprise Risk Management | Privacy | Corporate Espionage | State-sponsored Cyber Attacks | Divestitures, Mergers & Acquisitions | e-Discovery | Incident Response & Forensics. Author AWS M&A Strategy and EUGDPR Technical guidance Reviewer for US. and global standards/framework (NIST and ISO), distinguished books and publications “Law, Policy and Technology: Cyberterrorism, Information Warfare and Internet Immobilization” and “Cyber Law.” She co-authored a publication of National Association of Corporate Directors “Cyber Risk Oversight”. Led community development efforts in the US and Africa. Was a Trainer at the U.S. Cyber Challenge Program (USCC) under the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) & mentor in the CyberLympics. She is founder of the Cyber Ninjettes, teaching middle and high school girls coding and Cyber hacking techniques. Sali co-developed award winning Alsudaneya Mentoring Program (ASM). Founder of the Nubian Village for economic empowerment of disadvantaged Nubians in villages and diaspora. Sali is an ABD PhD in Biodefense, M.Sc. Information Security Management, B.Eng. Electronics & Communications. As a Florida resident loves sailing and a mother of two grown children.
Dawn is the Firm's Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Partner with responsibility for oversight and implementation of the Firm's Diversity Strategic Plan. Dawn is a member of the Management Group and the Firm's seven-person Executive Committee, the Firm's highest governing body, which sets policy and compensation. Dawn is a Certified Diversity Executive through the National Institute for Diversity Certification. She became the firm’s first female African-American partner in 2001 and chairs its Diversity & Inclusion Practice Group. Dawn has spent more than two decades partnering with her clients to guide and direct their employment decisions to avoid the time and expense of litigation, and creating/executing a defense strategy through trial, when needed. She provides regular training, counsel and helpful tools, including checklists to detect and prevent potential claims. Dawn also assists employers with creating a plan for addressing their diversity goals/objectives, including written mission/vision statements, constituting diversity councils/committees, providing training on a variety of diversity-related topics and conducting pay equity analyses, including a plan to address issues. Dawn is a Best Lawyer in America, one of the 500 Leading Lawyers in America, the National Black Lawyers Top 100, the Florida Legal Elite, and Most Influential Black Lawyers, as well as a Litigation Council of America Fellow, in addition to many other accolades. She is on the Board of the National Pediatric Cancer Foundation, ABA AIDS Coordinating Committee, and Seminole Heights Baptist Church. Dawn is married with two children and is very active in her community.
As Hays Recruiting Chief People Officer, Debi Wolfe oversees all matters relating to people, culture and ED&I. Debi is a transformational and progressive leader that helps companies become best in class employers. She views her career as a mission that is driven by a deep purpose to make a positive impact. Prior to her role at Hays, Debi served as the President of a division at large publicly traded staffing company and also served as Sr. Vice President of Human Resources & Organizational Development. Debi has an entrepreneurial background and founded, built and sold two successful companies. She later leveraged her expertise as a business consultant for executives, entrepreneurs and non-profit leaders. Debi holds a Masters of Science in Organizational Development from Avila University and a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry from Clemson University. She is also SHRM-SCP certified. Debi has been a guest lecturer for the Executive MBA and Doctoral programs at the University of South Florida speaking on entrepreneurship, leadership and organizational development. Debi is a contributing writer for Forbes HR Council, has appeared on Bloomberg TV and been profiled in Entrepreneur Magazine. She has received many honors and awards over her career but most recently she was recognized as a 2019 Tampa Bay Business Woman of the Year honoree. In her personal time, Debi is deeply involved with orphan care and education in Malawi, Africa as well as other community service projects.
Dr. Luz D. Randolph is responsible for the college-wide fundraising efforts for at St. Petersburg College. Since her arrival in January 2020, she has guided the fundraising efforts surrounding the recently established Helios Titan Achievement Program (H-TAP), the Social Justice Institute Microgrant awarded by the Tampa Bay Super Bowl LV Host Committee, the SPC Emergency Fund among other initiatives. Prior to her role at SPC, she served as Assistant Director of Development, Diversity Initiatives. Her primary focus was to assist in cultivating relationships between USF constituents and the Tampa Bay community that will enhance the university’s diverse students’ experiences. Since her arrival in 2016, she has successfully fundraised over $3 million for diversity initiatives and assisted in the development and implementation of the Black Leadership Network which aims to provide financial and mentoring support to African American students at the University of South Florida. Before coming to USF, Luz served as Director of the Candidate Empowerment Center (CEC) at Florida A&M University. In this role her team increased FAMU’s College of Education’s Teacher Certification passage rate by 75%. She also served as Assistant Director of the Department of Multicultural Student Affairs at the University of Miami where she coordinated services and programs that challenged, motivated, and supported ethnically diverse students in their development at the University of Miami and seek to bring issues of diversity and multiculturalism to the foreground of campus conversation. She is a double alumna from the University of South Florida with a B.A in Interpersonal Communication and a Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction – College Student Affairs. She completed her Doctor of Education in Higher Education and Leadership Administration degree from Nova Southeastern University. Her dissertation focused on the experience of Latinas in Latina sororities at a predominantly White institution and the impact on their academic persistence. Since, she has presented on topics relating to Latinas and their college experience, philanthropy and diversity, and gender issues and sexual orientation. Currently, she serves as President of the Board of Directors for Hispanic Services Council and a member of the Board of Directors at MacDonald Training Center.
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