Katy Conway

Chief People Officer

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20
Years' Experience

As CPO, I am excited to align our people strategies to our strategic vision, guide decisions that promote our unique culture as a competitive advantage and help us build and engage an exceptional team of professionals.

Katy’s Perspective

Our unique culture is helping us continue to define what the agile workplace of the future will look like.

More About Katy

Katy has always been drawn to roles that focus on the people component of the business.

She began my career working for Emory University. After two years in higher education, she pursued a path in business and held a variety of human resources roles for start-ups, public and privately held companies.

She served in talent acquisition, HR business partner and employee relations roles in the consumer goods, manufacturing and professional services industries. Before joining RGP, she worked as a Director of Recruiting for a global professional services firm. In that role, she discovered the fulfillment of working in a people-focused role for an organization where human capital is the primary asset.

3 Questions

At RGP we bring a human-first approach. What does that mean to you?

Bringing a human-first approach means leveraging very human competencies to help our clients meet their goals and drive results. We actively listen to their needs to ensure that we have a clear picture of what success looks like for them. We use this as our north star to offer solutions with a heavy emphasis on matching the right talent to the situation. We place a high value on bringing our clients results-focused, collaborative and adaptable human capital support with the right technical and functional skills, industry experience, methodologies and digitally enabled tools to drive success. For RGP team members, a human-first approach means connecting team members to work that matters. It means demonstrating the premium we place on human talent and our commitment to driving a positive impact.

What inspires you?

I’m a non-fiction and biography junkie. People’s stories of pushing past their perceived (or real) limitations to achieve a goal always inspires me. My spouse has identified this and now uses this information to keep me interested in sporting events by peppering them with “human interest” anecdotes throughout the event! I guess there is value in knowing your audience!

Name three words that describe you.

Curious, optimistic, resourceful

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