Susan Strayer LaMotte is the founder of exaqueo, a workforce consultancy based in Washington, DC specializing in brand, culture and talent strategy. In the past 15 years, she has worked inside and consulted for some of the most renowned global brands including The Ritz-Carlton, Carnival Cruise Lines, The Home Depot, Marriott International and Arthur Andersen. Susan’s spoken to hundreds of audiences and shared sound bites with media including the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, the New York Times, The Washington Post and many more. She's the author of two books including “The Right Job, Right Now” (St. Martin's Press). Susan has an MBA from Vanderbilt University, an MA in Human Resource Development from The George Washington University and a BA in Communications from Virginia Tech. Susan's also certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR). She sits on the Advisory Board for RemarkableHire and is on the Board of Directors for RecruitDC.
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Candidates are demanding more opportunities to connect with employers in an efficient and engaging way. For companies looking to meet this demand and manage costs, virtual events are the answer.
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Moderated by: Susan Strayer LaMotte, Founder, exaqueo
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