- Widening and deepening the available talent pool while improving both talent acquisition and talent retention of a motivated workforce of non-violent offenders who have paid their debt to society is not just good business, but good for business
- What does getting started look like, and what do you need both internally and externally to get a second-chance employment program up and running?
- Discussing some of the special considerations to keep in mind that empower your new employees to do well in their new roles while also understanding some of the challenges they are dealing with as they build the next chapter of their lives
- What can other organizations take away from our experience to date?
VP HR Global Corporate Functions
Procter & Gamble
Since joining Procter & Gamble in 1987, Pat Rowan has worked in a variety of Site, Regional and Global Human Resources roles within our Product Supply organization throughout the U.S. (Mehoopany, PA, Sherman, TX, Jackson, TN, Cincinnati, OH, Boston, MA). She earned her M.S. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and a B.S. in Psychology from Syracuse University. Pat is HR Vice President of Global Product Supply Equality & Inclusion and Learning & Development. Pat has two sons and currently resides in Cincinnati, OH.