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Take-A-Lesson with Alexis Sermeno - Vice President

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Alexis Sermeno sits down with Annalisa Adams-Qualtiere, President of Altruistic Leadership and Monika Brooks to discuss His leadership journey on Take-A-Lesson.

Get to know Alexis

Alexis Sermeno is an innovative and results-driven global HR and Talent Management executive with over 15 years of proven talent management, organizational effectiveness, and management consulting experience driving increased profitability, cost reductions and performance improvements while shifting culture and improving employee engagement in a variety of industries and fortune 500 companies.

He is a decisive, motivational leader with expertise in strategy execution, organizational design, talent management, leadership development and change culture business transformation. Alexis has a proven record of helping companies deliver better and faster business results. He is a global trilingual leader fluent in English, Spanish, and German.

Alexis is a diverse leader holding positions in several Fortune 1000 companies, such as Vice President of Talent Management at Highmark Blue Cross / Blue Shield, a Global Director Talent Management & Organizational Effectiveness at Kennametal and an Engagement Consulting Manager at Katzenbach Partners. In addition, Alexis was Director of Organizational Development & Strategy at McDonald’s Corporation, the Director of Organizational Effectiveness at ARAMARK, and completed a Master in Manufacturing Management at GE’s The John F Welch - Crotonville Executive Leadership Development School.

Alexis earned an Executive MBA from The University of Chicago Booth School of Business, MA in Organization Design and Effectiveness from The Fielding Graduate University and BS in Mechanical Engineering from Drexel University.

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