S2-H Lessons Learned in Globalizing ERGs: Insights for and from Employee Resource Groups around the World
S4-H Impactful Communication: Are Your Leaders Ready for Globalization?;
S5-H Disability on a Global Scale
About Kitty Vorisek
Kitty Vorisek, Executive Vice President, DHR International, Beijing
Kitty Vorisek is responsible for opening DHR International’s Beijing office. Kitty has consulted on projects for the WHO-Healthy Cities and Road Safety China pilots, World Bank, Working Mother Media and Diversity Best Practices, Stanford ValuEd and Duke University- DukeEngage.
Prior to joining DHR International, Kitty served as the first Consumer Business Manager for JP Morgan, China. She managed the strategic plan, established a foundation for a business model and she developed and implemented corporate social responsibility models to support the JP Morgan brand.
She has a proven track record in managing cross-cultural financial services businesses in China, Hungary, Netherlands, Germany and the United States. Leveraging her in-depth knowledge of diverse markets gained working with both state-owned institutions and international corporations; she developed and implemented strategies and tactics that enable substantial increases in revenue and client satisfaction. She has introduced proven and uniquely responsive in-country methods for personnel development, diversity and retention of local talent; resulting in initiatives that enhanced business performance for numerous international organizations.
She serves as an advisor to the Dandelion Middle School, Beijing and has assisted professional women’s groups in their sustainable growth, multi-cultural approaches and relevance.