Kitty Vorisek

S5-A Should We All ‘Lean-In’? When Women in Leadership Is Neither Inclusive Nor Culturally Competent (so What We Can Do About It)
S6-G Globalization and the Impact on Leadership Skills

About Kitty Vorisek

Kitty Vorisek serves as Executive Vice President in the firm's Beijing office. With her experience in Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability, she also launched the nonprofit practice for DHR International in Asia Pacific.

Kitty has consulted on projects for the WHO-Healthy Cities and Road Safety China pilot, World Bank, Working Mother Media and Diversity Best Practices, International Meetings, Stanford ValuEd and Duke University for DukeEngage.

She has a track record in financial services with over 25 years in China, Hungary, Netherlands, Germany and America. She has introduced unique methods for development and retention of local talent and performance coaching of leadership teams, resulting in initiatives that improved business operations.

As Business Manager at JP Morgan, China, she worked on the strategic plan and foundation for a business as well as corporate social responsibility models to support the brand. She implemented issue-driven programs with schools and nonprofit organizations. In adherence to the Chinese government's priorities, she developed and executed programs with a provincial education bureau that introduced new teaching methods for rural teachers. She then replicated the model to use with migrant school teachers.

Kitty received her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Illinois, Urbana and did her graduate work at Arizona State University, Tempe.

University of St. Thomas - Minnesota Opus College of Business