NEW YORK, December 19, 2016 – The Millennium Alliance is incredibly honored to introduce Lisa Shalett, Retired Partner at Goldman Sachs, as the opening keynote speaker at our Digital FSI Transformation and FSI Transformation Assembly taking place February 8-9, 2017 at The Ritz-Carlton in Amelia Island, FL. You won’t want to miss what she has to say!
The FSI Transformation Assembly will bring together North America’s most prominent technology and business leaders from all major financial services and insurance organizations. While financial services and insurance CIOs will deal with many challenges in the coming year, one particular technological challenge raises to the top-dealing with the complexity of data. The massive explosion in data is creating unprecedented manageability issues for firms around the world that can be linked to the following factors: expanding customer touch points, emerging types of structured and unstructured data, new customer engagement and social media platforms, rising data security, and controlling the overall data volume. As this takes high precedence, IT leaders need to understand the convergence of mobile, social, and cloud to stay ahead of the competition. This premier gathering will address the most important marketing/business priorities of 2016/2017 and identify new opportunities to lead a marketing transformation. Through a cutting edge program designed by the industry for the industry, we will provide the freshest and most up-to-date insight that will help move your organization to the next level. A series of executive education roundtables, keynote presentations, educational workshops and networking sessions will offer industry-specific topics and trends to ensure your company sustains its competitive advantage.
The Digital FSI Transformation Assembly will bring together North America’s most prominent most prominent digital, marketing, technology, and business leaders from the Financial Service industry. CEOs around the world are anticipating a highly complex marketing environment over the next few years; this makes the CMO and CDO more important than ever before. The digital revolution has forever changed the balance of power between individual consumers and brands. CMOs and CDOs especially know that there is an explosion of information that is creating the digital enterprise. In addition, a CMO having an understanding that social media is the key channel for engaging with customers and knowing how to measure those results is what will help their organizations stay ahead of the competition.
This premier gathering will address the most important digital marketing at IT business priorities of 2017 and identify new opportunities to lead a digital transformation. Through a cutting edge program designed by the industry, for the industry, we will provide the freshest and most up-to-date insight that will help move your organization to the next level. A series of executive education roundtables, keynote presentations, educational workshops and networking sessions will offer industry-specific topics and trends to ensure your company sustains its competitive advantage.
About Lisa Shalett
Lisa Shalett is a retired Goldman Sachs Partner, who now advises and invests in early stage companies and serves on public and private company boards. Over her 20-year Goldman career, Lisa held senior leadership roles in 5 divisions, worked in 2 regions, led revenue-producing and revenue-supporting businesses, managed global P&Ls and important client relationships, and helped transform the way Goldman communicates with its key stakeholders. Most recently, Lisa was Global Head of Brand Marketing & Digital Strategy in the Executive Office, managing Goldman’s brand during the financial crisis, as a change agent and innovator. Prior to that, she was Global COO of Compliance, Legal and Internal Audit, and before that led International Equities sales and trading, leveraging her Japan background. She currently serves on the boards of Brookfield Property Partners (NYSE: BPY) and PerformLine, the leading marketing compliance SaaS platform. For 12 months she “failed” retirement and and joined the executive team at Odyssey, an explosively-growing millennials-focused media platform, as CMO and Advisor, working for its 28-year-old CEO and getting startup experience firsthand.
Lisa focuses on using her considerable, diverse business expertise and operational experience to help startups and non-profit organizations run well, and help large organizations stay innovative. She is known for (and enjoys) connecting people, building brands, and being a sounding board and creative thought partner on issues relating to business models, strategy, digital transformation, leadership, and talent.
Lisa earned her MBA from Harvard Business School, and BA, summa cum laude, in East Asian Studies from Harvard University.
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