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Take-A-Lesson with Dennis Dowdell, CHRO at Sloan-Kettering - Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center

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Dennis Dowdell, Jr., joins Annalisa Adams-Qualtire, President of Altruistic Leadership & Ed Harris, Diversity Consultant to discuss, thriving in today's market. About our Guest: Dennis Dowdell, Jr. has a distinguished career as an attorney, senior corporate executive, and nationally recognized President/Executive Director of non-profit organizations. Mr. Dowdell is currently Vice President of Human Resources and Chief Human Resources Officer at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York City. He is a member of Memorial Sloan-Kettering’s senior leadership team with a multi-dimensional role. He is responsible for aligning Memorial Sloan-Kettering’s human resources strategies with its organizational strategy, and ensuring that all functional initiatives are consistent and properly coordinated. Prior to joining MSKCC, Mr. Dowdell was Executive Director of The Executive Leadership Council’s Institute for Leadership Development & Research. The Executive Leadership Council is the national association representing senior African-American corporate officers in Fortune 500 companies. A graduate of Central State University in Wilberforce, Ohio, he earned a B.S. in education with a concentration in history and political science, cum laude, and received a Doctorate, honoris causa, from his alma mater. He also earned a J.D. from Cleveland State University College of Law. He has been the recipient of numerous awards and commendations, and has served on national non-profit boards of directors (Vice-Chair, National Alzheimer’s Association; President Emeritus, 100 Black Men of Greater Detroit; Chair, BEEP Program, National Urban League – recipient of BEEP’s Lifetime Achievement Award), and a recipient of the National Urban League’s most prestigious recognition, The Whitney M. Young Award, for a career of distinguished service to the National Urban League. Join us as we Take-A-Lesson with Dennis Dowdell, Jr.