The Meet Him Podcast Series introduces listeners to male leaders who share what they’ve learned about the value of diverse leadership in their companies and in their own leadership journeys.
Episode 4: Kevin Voigt, Michigan Managing Partner, KPMG
In this episode we hear from Kevin Voigt who is a Partner in the Economic and Valuation Services practice of KPMG LLP (US). He is the National Leader of KPMG’s Valuation Services Practice. Kevin shares with us challenges and opportunities companies face in being intentional about gender diversity, how he's helped diversify his organization, and how his leadership style has adapted to the rapid change of pace.
Episode 3: Nate Bennett, Chief Diversity Officer and Senior Vice President, Head of Talent Acquisition, Comerica Bank
In this episode we are joined by Nate Bennett, Chief Diversity Officer and Senior Vice President, Head of Talent Acquisition, Comerica Bank. Nate discusses the differences between diversity, inclusion and equity in his organization, what it takes to be...
Season 2, Ep. 2: Bob Krestakos, Global Head of Manufacturing, Steelcase
In this episode, we hear from Bob Krestakos who is Global Head of Manufacturing at Steelcase headquartered in Grand Rapids, MI. Bob shares with us his understanding of implicit bias, how he's helped diversify his organization, and what tough leadership...
Season 2, Ep. 1: Tim Williams, VP Diversity & Inclusion, Meijer
In the first episode of season 2 of Meet Him, Terry Barclay speaks to Tim Williams who is VIce President of Diversity and Inclusion at Meijer. Tim discusses what men can do to become allies on a day-to-day basis and encourage diversity, equity and...
Episode 11: David Schoch, former Group VP and President, Asia Pacific, Ford Motor Co.
David Schoch is former group vice president and president, Asia Pacific, Ford Motor Company; and former chairman and chief executive officer, Ford China
Episode 10: Brian Kraus, Vice President, Global Manufacturing, Amway
Brian Kraus is Vice President, Global Manufacturing for Amway and a member of the Inforum Board of Directors. With 25 plants around the world and more than 2,800 people in his line of responsibility, Brian regularly faces leadership challenges across...