Join Human Capital and Strategy leaders from Deloitte Consulting as they discuss the pressing challenges of internal career mobility in higher education. The panel will explore ways to improve workplace engagement, satisfaction, and reduce attrition through structured career pathways and learning and development. They will also address considerations for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and historically excluded populations. The panel will cover the following:
• structuring career pathways to create internal, upward mobility,
• navigating internal promotion,
• developing “hot skills” through expanded credentialing and certifications,
• career coaching and personal branding, and
• investing in mentorship and sponsorship.
Caitlin Field Jacklin, Human Capital Manager at Deloitte Consulting LLP
Sophia Sodhi, Manager at Deloitte Consulting LLP
Lazeric Banks is a Human Capital Consultant at Deloitte Consulting LLP
Caitlin Field Jacklin
Caitlin Field Jacklin is a leader in Deloitte’s Human Capital Consulting practice focused on helping higher education clients drive value and impact through intentional diversity, equity, and inclusion strategy, culture transformation, organizational change management, and communications strategy for large transformation efforts. For the past seven years, Caitlin has helped clients in both higher education and the private sector achieve their people missions through intentional, transformational strategies aligned with organizational strategy, mission, and values.
Sophia Sodhi is a leader in Deloitte’s Strategy Consulting practice closely with Higher Education leaders and executives to think critically about how technology, talent, and innovative business operations can transform the future of teaching, learning, research, service and university administration to drive impact through organizational redesign and transformation.
Lazeric is a Human Capital Consultant at Deloitte who has worked across many industries including financial services, insurance, technology, media, communication, health sciences, consumer goods, and higher education. He received his Master of Industrial-Organizational Psychology from the Adler School of Professional Psychology, where he focused heavily on diversity, inclusion, equity and belonging, and employee engagement. Lazeric’s experience includes leading and driving initiatives across many human capital disciplines, such as talent acquisition, performance management, talent planning, employee experience, organizational development, learning & development, leadership development, change management, diversity, equity, and inclusion.
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