Caroline Clarke is an award-winning journalist whose experience spans print, digital and television outlets. In her 19 years at Black Enterprise, she has served in a number of key roles including senior editor and editor-at-large, Black Enterprise magazine; editorial director, Black Enterprise Books; and general manager, Interactive Media, where she helped to run blackenterprise.com as well as launch other digital platforms for Black Enterprise content delivery, including an emerging mobile platform. In addition, as editorial director of the Black Enterprise Women of Power Summit, she determined the editorial direction and theme of the nation’s largest annual conference targeting African American women executives.
Debbie Dyson leads ADP’s enterprise-wide client experience, business process innovation (BPI), global shoring, learning and performance, change communication and management. She provides governance, tools and best practices to help leverage innovation across ADP and create a sustainable competitive advantage in the marketplace.
Debbie began her ADP career in 1988 as an account manager, serving clients with more than 1,000 employees. She has since held roles of increasing responsibility in client relations, operational support and general management. Debbie served as Division Vice President and General Manager of the mid-market (50-1,000 employees) Service Center for ADP’s Northwest and South regions. She led those teams to accelerated revenue growth with above-plan performance while maintaining high levels of client retention and engagement.
Maya Harris Esq.
An accomplished attorney, public policy advocate, and philanthropic leader, Maya Harris is an innovative voice in global efforts to expand equal opportunity, strengthen democracy and protect civil and human rights. Most recently, Harris served as a Senior Policy Advisor to Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign, where she played a leading role in shaping Clinton’s domestic policy agenda.
Before joining the Clinton campaign, Harris was a Senior Fellow at the Center for American Progress, focused on promoting policies that strengthen the U.S. economy and democracy through greater inclusion of women and people of color. While there, she authored Women of Color: A Growing Force in the American Electorate, documenting the current and increasingly future prominence of women of color in influencing political outcomes.
Dr. Janet Taylor
Dr. Janet Taylor is a Community Psychiatrist in New York City. She is currently a psychiatrist with CASES, Inc. working with individuals who are criminal justice involved and have mental illness. The practice of Community Mental Health is extremely rewarding to Dr. Taylor, because "being on the frontline with individuals and their families battling the emotional and economic impact of Mental Illness is where I can make a difference."
She attended the University of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky for Undergraduate and Medical School. An internship in Internal Medicine at the Miriam Hospital-Brown University followed. Her psychiatric residency was completed at New York Medical College - Westchester Medical Center. She received a Master’s of Public Health in Health Promotion/Disease Prevention from Columbia University. She was a recipient of the 2008 Woman in Medicine Award (National Medical Association- Council of Women’s Concerns).