The Art of the Interview:Skills & drills to prepare for and un-bias the interviewing process
As an interviewer, you hold all the cards. But how do you make sure that you’re interviewing in a fair and unbiased way to discover great talent that is truly additive to your team?
As an interviewee, you update your resume and think about what questions you might get asked, but how should you best prepare? And have you ever actually practiced interviewing?
Join us for a combo event in which we focus on both sides of the interview table, and teach skills and run drills for success-no matter your role.
Come prepared with a one-minute answer to the questions
At registration, you’ll let us know if you’d prefer to be an Interviewer or an Interviewee
Cameron Hume, Senior Director, Doctor On Demand
Cameron Hume is currently a Senior Director, Account Management, with Doctor On Demand a telemedicine company based in San Francisco. At Doctor On Demand, Cameron partners with clients to drive awareness and utilization of the product through multi-channel integrated marketing strategies. Prior to Doctor On Demand, Cameron worked for BlackRock where she identified key customer segments and created strategic integrated marketing plans that included both customer acquisition and retention strategies. Cameron has spent the majority of her 15 year career working in ecommerce, fintech, digital marketing and strategic consulting. She holds a M.S. in Integrated Marketing from NYU and B.S. in Human and Organizational Development from Vanderbilt University.
Laraine McKinnon, Talent & Culture Strategist, Emtrain
Laraine is a strategist who blends behavioral science, big data and practical implementation ideas to solve problems. She focuses on diversity and inclusion, talent advocacy and employee benefits. Laraine also an Advisor to Emtrain and Betterment, Founder of LMC17, President of The CLUB Silicon Valley, and the founder of a women’s leadership talent Incubator. Laraine was previously a managing director at BlackRock where she worked with Fortune 500 firms on workforce demographics and retirement benefits. She holds a BA in political science and women's studies from Wellesley College and a certificate in Diversity and Inclusion for HR from Cornell University. Laraine was recognized among the 2018 “Women of Influence” by the Silicon Valley Business Times.
Jasmine Singh Commercial Counsel, Pinterest
Jasmine Singh is Commercial Counsel at Pinterest, managing the company’s global inbound, expense, and commercial agreements. She is also an implicit bias trainer for new hires and on the Steering Committee of Women@Pinterest. Prior to joining Pinterest, Jasmine worked as Corporate Counsel for 24 Hour Fitness, where she negotiated and drafted commercial agreements, advised on product and strategy, and was Co- Chair of 24 Hour’s internal women’s organization. Before moving in-house, Jasmine was an Associate in the SF offices of Kerr & Wagstaffe LLP, Arnold & Porter LLP (formerly Howard Rice), and Kirkland & Ellis LLP, practicing complex commercial litigation. Jasmine earned a Bachelor of Arts degree with high distinction from the University of Michigan in 2004 and graduated Order of the Coif from UCLA School of Law in 2008. Jasmine founded The Dincert Movement in 2017, hosting at-home concerts + dinner to raise money for Oakland-area nonprofits lacking institutional giving channels. Jasmine also serves on the Boards of Directors of the Young Women Social Entrepreneurs, the South Asian Bar Association, Public Advocates, and California ChangeLawyers. She has been involved in a leadership capacity in several diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives in the legal profession, ranging from Law Academy to the Judicial Intern Opportunity Program, her work in the space being informed by her background in Critical Race Studies. In the wee morning hours, Jasmine teaches indoor cycling at Ride Oakland and Bhangra Barre at Remedy Barre.
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