Ivan is the VP, Talent Acquisition at i4cp, a research organization that focuses on next practices in human capital for world-class organizations. He co-leads the human capital TA and executive search function for the firm, partnering with clients seeking progressive HR executives.
Driven by a lifelong passion and interest in helping people and organizations grow and develop, Kevin works with current and prospective i4cp members in the Northwest region to align i4cp resources with enterprise priorities and HR strategy.
Nancie is responsible for strategically working with a team of membership directors across the country to introduce i4cp to advanced thinking HR executives. With several decades of business development experience, she works closely with the team to identify opportunities in those companies and industries that could benefit most from i4cp’s data, research, tools and peer to peer connections.
As Senior Director, Member Development at i4cp, Frank is responsible for partnering with new organizations in the Northeast U.S. He works to help members use high-performance research and data to strategically prioritize their workforce initiatives. Located in Boston, MA, he brings over 18 years of consultative-based selling into the enterprise markets.
Ryan is the Senior Director of Member Development, Midwest Region, for the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp), the fastest growing and largest corporate network focused on the practices of high-performance organizations. i4cp’s vendor-free community facilitates innovation by giving members – among the largest and most respected organizations in the world – access to Peers, Research, Tools and Technology. With more than 40 years of experience and the industry’s largest team of human capital analysts, i4cp is the definitive destination for organizations seeking innovative ways to improve workforce productivity.
Fascinated by leaders who unlock the potential of their people to accelerate performance, Keba has dedicated his career to transforming how we lead, learn, work, and ultimately win together. Keba leads i4cp’s member development in the Central U.S. region. A thought leader and strategic partner to CHROs and senior HR leaders, Keba helps current and prospective i4cp members better anticipate, prioritize, develop, and execute their talent practices. Prior to i4cp, Keba spent 20 years in human capital consulting with in-house executive experience, leading innovation and change across multiple industries around the world. His work has helped Fortune 500s like Best Buy, Comcast, Ebay, Northrop Grumman, Target, and Whirlpool develop strong talent pipelines and healthy organizations that delivered superior financial performance and growth. Inspired by Nelson Mandela’s motto “It always seems impossible until it’s done” …Keba believes that companies who make the continuous learning, development and growth of its people a core business strategy will outperform their competitors and dominate their industries. Born in Philadelphia and shaped by extensive international travel, Keba is a global citizen, lifelong-learner, devoted mentor/coach, and keynote speaker in the leadership and talent space (Highlights: ATD International Conference, CLO Symposium, and World Forum Disrupt). A champion for daring leadership, Keba has been accepted into Brene Brown’s first Dare to Lead cohort of external facilitators/coaches. Keba received his M.B.A. in Organization and Management from Emory University and B.B.A in Finance from Howard University. He is a father of two boys and resides in Chicago.
Ellie Judd joined i4cp as a Strategic Membership Partner in the Fall of 2017. She is responsible for assisting Membership Directors in researching target prospects and their companies, identify opportunities for meetings and continuing engagement with i4cp and strategically support in the sales and member services teams. After graduating from George Mason University with a Bachelor of Science in Finance, Ellie worked in the financial investment sector as a financial analyst and syndicate sales manager until she started a family. During this time working in the home, Ellie volunteered for various schools and charities, raising record numbers and millions of dollars for these not-for-profit organizations. Ellie resides in McLean, Virginia with her three teenage boys.
Adam currently leads i4cp's member development and human capital strategy implementation on the West Coast of the US. For the last several years, he has helped some of the largest and most recognizable Silicon Valley and San Francisco Bay area firms develop data-lead, next practice approaches to human capital. Before joining i4cp, Adam helped companies use research and data to develop strategic employer brands, external recruitment marketing efforts, and employer value propositions for Fortune 500 companies. Adam graduated from California State University, Sacramento with a bachelor’s degree in communications and a minor in human resources.