Jade Singleton has spent more than a decade leading impactful communications, people and leadership strategies at the nation’s top non-profit and investment banking firms.
She holds a Master of Science in Business Management and a Master of Arts in Leadership & Communications from Gonzaga University. Jade is currently a doctoral candidate at George Fox University, earning her Doctorate of Education in Instructional Design. Jade’s research work, Leadership Challenges: African-American Communication in the Corporate Environment, has been leveraged by academic scholars over 75 times.
Noelle Johnson has over a decade of experience working in operations and transforming company culture to be more equitable and an overall happier work environment.
In addition to this role, Noelle is the CEO of My Interview Buddy, a career services company. In this position she manages a team to help job seekers land their dream job and works with organizations on LinkedIn, recruiting efforts and personal branding workshops for their staff.
Noelle has earned a positive reputation for her expertise and has been quoted in Forbes, Fast Company, Glassdoor, NPR and more. She has also written for Medium, Cameron Diaz' Your Body Book and professional women's websites like InHerSight and PowerToFly. She has also been interviewed and has cohosted several podcasts including the Sugar and Spikes Podcast.
Noelle has given speeches and led workshops for small and large groups, in person and digitally on topics including but not limited to; microaggressions, establishing inclusion effort at work, self-advocacy at work, developing a diverse network, allyship, and addressing internal unconscious bias.
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