The Advent of Artificial Intelligence in Hiring Technologies

Date and Time
Tuesday, January 19, 2021
7:00pm— 8:30pm
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Join us for an interactive conversation with Rena Nigam, the Founder and CEO of Meytier, an AI and Analytics-based firm focused on eliminating unintended, unconscious bias in hiring to help enterprises achieve real diversity. Hiring technology affects all of us, whether we're looking for new career opportunities or hiring new talent for our organizations. We'll discuss how women can best represent themselves to get through hiring screening systems, as well as how companies can use technology to offset bias rather than amplify it and improve gender diversity in talent pools.

Date and Time:
Tuesday, January 19, 2021, 7:00 pm on Zoom

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Rena Nigam
is the Founder & CEO for Meytier, an AI and Analytics based firm focused on eliminating unintended, unconscious bias in hiring to help enterprises achieve real diversity. She is an entrepreneur and a specialist in building and scaling firms that focus on the re-imagination of businesses through technology. Through 2018, she was President and Board Member at Incedo, a fast-growing firm focused on Data Analytics and Emerging Technologies. In 2011, Rena co-founded a Digital Transformation focused firm called aSpark, which was sold to LiquidHub (acquired by CapGemini in 2018). She started her career at Standard Chartered Bank and then spent over a decade as one of the early employees at Mphasis, a Financial Services focused technology services firm. In her last role at Mphasis, she was on the Executive team as the global head of their largest unit, Banking & Capital Markets. Rena is a computer engineering graduate from the University of Bombay with an MBA from the Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Calcutta.


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